N1125Y

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Hello all 

Got the Sim running at 40FPS but moving the hat button and it is jerky mean not smooth at all ...kind of annoying (-:

 

Any ideas / thoughts

 

Cheers

 

Yair      

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Lock your frames to 1/2 of refresh rate (30fps assuming you have a 60hz monitor), this will make a big difference in smoothness.

 

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.. done, but no improvement, still not smooth, has kind of hesitation   ...(-:

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Mines the same, not smooth,  locked at 1/2 refresh or not. This is something new. Panning with the right mouse button is very smooth though, so I'm using it instead of the hat switch. 

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have you tried enabling "use vsync" checkbox on the graphics page (bottom left corner)?

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8 minutes ago, mmerelles said:

have you tried enabling "use vsync" checkbox on the graphics page (bottom left corner)?

I have, didn't make a difference to the hat switch panning,  but does get rid of the terrible screen tearing. 

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On 7/31/2017 at 9:08 PM, N1125Y said:

Hello all 

Got the Sim running at 40FPS but moving the hat button and it is jerky mean not smooth at all ...kind of annoying (-:

 

Any ideas / thoughts

 

Cheers

 

Yair      

Are you using ortho4xp ?

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Your problem is familiar to me.

If you're using nvidia inspector, you can lock the frames to 30.5 fps.

This is the only tweak I found to give you smooth fps...... provided your settings in the graphics section allow for at least 30 fps to be achieved!

I found that adaptive vsync and 1/2 refresh rate do not seem to make any difference. Locking frames to 30.5 externally is the only fx I've found.

 

Hope this helps

 

Stu

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yeah, the mouse does the trick, however, I think there is something more fundamental here, still the Sim is not smooth taxing for example is with hesitations  ... not enough experience with XP but I don't think it suppose to be like this 

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i could be wrong, but i think the hat switch is changing your view based on a cetrain degree increment like 2-3 degrees. If you do that in quick succession you will get the "stutter" effect you notice.  I think someone has to ask Ben though for more detail. 

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