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Cloud9

Freeware Beechcraft Debonair Cockpit View

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Hello all,This is my very first post on Avsim. I have been downloading a lot of goodies and ready reviews and news from this site. Could anyone out there who designs aircrafts for FS2002 help me with this issue:FS2002 offers four views: Cockpit, Virtual Cockpit, Tower, and Spot. Within cockpit view, you can press W to have: (A) a view showing the 2-D instrument panel, (:( a view showing six instruments, and © a view showing no instruments at all. I am referring to the cockpit view (with six instruments showing/or no instruments showing. Press the W key to see these cockpit view modes). Anyways, with the pilot looking straight ahead, the view that is parallel to the longitudinal axis of the plane should be at 0 (zero) angle. It appears that with the Beechcraft Debonair, in cockpit view looking straight ahead, the angle is not anywhere close to zero, but more like 30 degrees downward with respect to the longitudinal axis of the plane. In other words, I am looking toward the ground (cockpit view, mode (:( or ©) instead of straight ahead. My zoom is set at 1.0. I note that looking right or left, the zoom is 0.68 wide angle.Thanks for any help with this issue!David/Cloud9

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