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Hi

I would be really grateful if someone can be kind to help me out?  I cannot understand my some of my displays are slightly displaced, please see image of FMS how the orange box seems squashed a bit, I ha e tried resizing the FMS but no luck.

 

Many thanks


 

FSX SP2
Win 7 Home 64 Bits
Intel Core 1 5 3450CPU@ 3.10GHZ 4 CPU
8192 RAM
Direct X 11
 
AMD Radeon HD6800 (4095MB Memory)

 

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I use imgur for my image hosting adn all I do is hit the copy button on the imgur image, then use the "insert image from URL box present at the bottom of the box you type your post in. Then I add .jpg to the end of the file.

I'm not sure what photobucket does these days...

This might be worth a read.

 


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Thank you very much, I just signed up to Flickr and tried to post a link to the image using that guidance not sure if it is displaying in this thread.

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Your pic is fine!  Looks like a font may be corrupt?  Was that from a default, 3rd party addon,payware or freeware?


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Hi thanks 

That is Airbus FSLABS, but the problem also occurs with LVLD 767 and PMDG 777, is there a way to correct the fonts without having to do a full reinstall etc

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I wouldn't do much fiddling around until I checked with the developers, since you payed good money for those aircraft. Doing a Google search, I found this old, archived topic that sounds something like your problem,

 


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7 minutes ago, charliearon said:

I wouldn't do much fiddling around until I checked with the developers, since you payed good money for those aircraft. Doing a Google search, I found this old, archived topic that sounds something like your problem,

 

Thank you, I will have a look at that, I did raise it with the respective developers and they asked me if it was just their aircraft that did it, I said I had it with others and unfortunately they all said it was clearly a problem with my system as it is effecting all add on

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Is this view from VC or a 2D popup? It might be a tearing issue (easily solved with V-sync or RTSS Scanline) or something wrong with your display. Let's hope it's not the latter.


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19 minutes ago, Luis Hernandez said:

Is this view from VC or a 2D popup? It might be a tearing issue (easily solved with V-sync or RTSS Scanline) or something wrong with your display. Let's hope it's not the latter.


 

2D pop up of the MCDU.  I am not familiar with V-sync or RTSS 🙂

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Ok, It depends on the rendering mode you're using, if full-screen or windowed (including borderless). In your fsx.cfg file, enter one of these lines in the [GRAPHICS] section:

ForceFullScreenVSync=1
ForceWindowedVSync=1

Restart FSX and check if the issue persists.

 


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Luis Hernández 20px-Flag_of_Colombia.svg.png20px-Flag_of_Argentina.svg.png

My rig: ASUS TUF FX504GD (Intel i5 8300H @ 2.8-4.0 GHz, 8 GB DDR4-2666 RAM, Nvidia GTX 1050, 256 GB M.2 SSD+256 GB 1 TB SATA III SSD as storage, Windows 10 Home)

Saitek X-52 as primary controller. Xbox 360 wired and eDimensional G-Pad Pro wired controllers as standby/travel.

Running FSX-SE as my primary sim, finally, 13 years after FSX's release. Also running FS9 and XP11 Vulkan. Tried MSFS2020, but my rig isn't up to the task. What do I do with 3 sims now?

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Thank you for your suggestion, unfortunately the problem still exists, I don’t use full screen mode.

 

Thank you

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Maybe it’s a simple font problem but not knowing which one, plus if you look on the MCDU buttons, on the INIT look how that slants too, just lost what to do.

I mean it’s not the end of the world, but I’m open to further guidance if anybody can be kind enough to post.

 

Thanks in advance.

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