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Wondering if anyone has this issue, In full screen at 3840x2160 resolution I cannot pan my view with the mouse.  Sometimes it will work and I can pan a few degrees but it will stop on its own regardless if I am still moving the mouse.

If I switch to windowed mode mouse panning works just fine.

If I switch to 1080p full screen mouse panning works fine.

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I've this issue also. 
In addition I've another issue - I can't click on MCP and overhead panel with the mouse in 4K. :huh:

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21 hours ago, Dolev Ravid said:

I've this issue also. 
In addition I've another issue - I can't click on MCP and overhead panel with the mouse in 4K. :huh:

Either we are the only 2 with this issue or we are the only 2 running 4K(doubt that).

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On 07/10/2017 at 8:43 PM, sultanofswing said:

Wondering if anyone has this issue, In full screen at 3840x2160 resolution I cannot pan my view with the mouse.  Sometimes it will work and I can pan a few degrees but it will stop on its own regardless if I am still moving the mouse.

If I switch to windowed mode mouse panning works just fine.

If I switch to 1080p full screen mouse panning works fine.

I have exactly the same issue and I am using the latest X-Plane version 11.10.

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2 hours ago, cpanazio said:

I have exactly the same issue and I am using the latest X-Plane version 11.10.

I sent a bug to the developers about it but never got a response.

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Change your resolution to custom resolution INSIDE Xplane. Set the resolution to minus one pixel for vertical. Example, if your resolution is 4096x2160, set it to 4096x2159. Or 3840x2160.....set it to 3840x2159. This will fix that and also give you the benefit of accessing your task bar at bottom as if you were in windows mode. Very handy

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