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How do you set your view back farther from your plane in Chase View?

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XP11.....

 

Can someone advise me how to be further back from my plane when going to Outside View(  Chase Mode)?   I seem to sit right on top of the plane up close at default.  In XP10, I could easily set myself back..but not sure of what setting (where in the Graphics Section) in XP11, that you can do this..or can you even?

 

Thanks

 

Ses

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I typically use the comma and period keys to zoom, which changes the zoom level of the aircraft.  If you need other zoom and pan commands, I highly recommend downloading this:

 

http://forums.x-plane.org/index.php?/files/file/21972-x-plane-10-pc-keyboard-cheat-sheet/

 

Hope that helps.

THANK YOU!  the period and comma keys works like a charm.  Thanks again!

 

Ses

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THANK YOU!  the period and comma keys works like a charm.  Thanks again!

 

Ses

YOU'RE WELCOME!!!  :Big Grin:

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THANK YOU!  the period and comma keys works like a charm.  Thanks again!

 

Ses

 

if you use/hold shift + period or comma you perform a fast camera forward/backward.

 

this also apply for shift + directional arrows for lateral, vertical movement.

 

 

There are other pretty cool keyb combinations for the camera, double check them under xplane joystick & assignment, keys tab

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if you use/hold shift + period or comma you perform a fast camera forward/backward.

 

this also apply for shift + directional arrows for lateral, vertical movement.

 

 

There are other pretty cool keyb combinations for the camera, double check them under xplane joystick & assignment, keys tab

Yes, and they are all contained in the link I placed in my previous comment. :)

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Yes, and they are all contained in the link I placed in my previous comment. :)

 

ohh sorry a bit lazy on mi side :smile:  didn't open the link. I see now

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