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22 minutes ago, Frederik Kaltoft said:

Has anyone figured out how to not slide all over the cockpit, when you´re taxing at places like Dubai?

Nope. This is a sim issue.

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48 minutes ago, Frederik Kaltoft said:

Ahh, alright thanks for fast answer.

Welcome!

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7 minutes ago, mcbellette said:

What issue?

Eyepoint movement. It's addressed in the intro manual (non-P3D).

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Got me curious now. Stand by while I start FSX and go to Dubai in the 777 and try taxiing.

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14 hours ago, mcbellette said:

I don't think I experienced more than the usual head movement.

It is more pronounced in the -300ER.  Getting rid of it was one of the many worthwhile advancements that LM has made with P3D.

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20 hours ago, Frederik Kaltoft said:

Has anyone figured out how to not slide all over the cockpit, when you´re taxing at places like Dubai?

Slow down and strap in??? :biggrin:

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On 8/7/2017 at 4:26 PM, Frederik Kaltoft said:

Has anyone figured out how to not slide all over the cockpit, when you´re taxing at places like Dubai?

Hi Frederik,

Try this:

Go to C:\Users\[YOUR NAME]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\FSX

Find the fsx.cfg file.  Back it up.  Then open it in Notepad.  Find the entry "[DynamicHeadMovement]".

Change the settings as follows:

[DynamicHeadMovement]
LonAccelOnHeadLon=-0 //-0.020000
LonAccelOnHeadPitch=-0 //-0.010000
RollAccelOnHeadLat=0 //0.010000
YawAccelOnHeadLat=-0 //-0.100000
RollAccelOnHeadRoll=0 //0.100000
MaxHeadAngle=0 //5.000000
MaxHeadOffset=0 //0.300000
HeadMoveTimeConstant=0 /1.000000

Mike

 

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1 hour ago, Mike777 said:

 

Hi Frederik,

Try this:

Go to C:\Users\[YOUR NAME]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\FSX

Find the fsx.cfg file.  Back it up.  Then open it in Notepad.  Find the entry "[DynamicHeadMovement]".

Change the settings as follows:

[DynamicHeadMovement]
LonAccelOnHeadLon=-0 //-0.020000
LonAccelOnHeadPitch=-0 //-0.010000
RollAccelOnHeadLat=0 //0.010000
YawAccelOnHeadLat=-0 //-0.100000
RollAccelOnHeadRoll=0 //0.100000
MaxHeadAngle=0 //5.000000
MaxHeadOffset=0 //0.300000
HeadMoveTimeConstant=0 /1.000000

Mike

 

I tried those tweaks once and didn't seem to make any difference in my sim. 

 

Sean Campbell 

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16 minutes ago, cmpbellsjc said:

I tried those tweaks once and didn't seem to make any difference in my sim. 

Hi Sean,

Not sure if I found them somewhere or came up with them looking through the fsx.cfg file.  But I only have a little of that being-on-a-boat-in-a-storm effect in the cockpit. I use the Steam version with DX-10 preview, but I doubt that matters.  I'll remove the changes and check again.

Mike

 

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1 hour ago, cmpbellsjc said:

I tried those tweaks once and didn't seem to make any difference in my sim. 

 

I just tried at Dubai using a 777-300ER.  Started on Runway 30L but mostly on taxiways.  A very dramatic difference with and without the FSX.cfg modifications. With the modifications no nose down on rapid acceleration or swaying of the cockpit on fairly sharp taxiway turns. 

Here is what entry should look like (inadvertently left out a "/" in above post).  This just zeroes out all the entries.  Again, backup fsx.cfg before trying.

[DynamicHeadMovement]
LonAccelOnHeadLon=-0 //-0.020000
LonAccelOnHeadPitch=-0 //-0.010000
RollAccelOnHeadLat=0 //0.010000
YawAccelOnHeadLat=-0 //-0.100000
RollAccelOnHeadRoll=0 //0.100000
MaxHeadAngle=0 //5.000000
MaxHeadOffset=0 //0.300000
HeadMoveTimeConstant=0 //1.000000

Mike

 

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