Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

Bert Pieke

Using the mouse wheel?

Recommended Posts

Is it possible in FSX to use the mouse wheel in virtual ####-pit to adjust the eye point up-down, left-right? If so how do I do it?Thanks

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Help AVSIM continue to serve you!
Please donate today!

You would need a custom gauge... some add-on aircraft do feature this.Failing that, use shift-enter to raise the eyepoint and shift-up/downto change the angle.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

six months later o0owheelcam_1_setup.zipFile Description:This program is a very basic tool that implements mouse-based panning and eyepoint adjustments, including the ability to move your eyepoint beyond the limits imposed by Flight Simulator X (this feature is good to stroll about virtual cabins of larger aircraft). The program is started with the FSX automatically. It runs in the background. When ending the FSX the program is also autoexited. It works like the known program F1-View for the FS2004. The sensitivity of the mouse wheel can be adjusted (with +/- on the Numpad, 0.05-100 m/Wheelunit). In the outer views one can move around the airplane freely in a radius of 1000 m. The view can be banking. The standard view can be restored with a key.Filename: wheelcam_1_setup.zipLicense: FreewareAdded: 11th March 2007Downloads: 4644Author: Gunnar DaehlingSize: 1293kb

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites