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Vibration Animations?

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I now this sounds crazy, but is it possible to have "vibration effects" inside the VC by having the entire interior moving a little the whole flight as an animation? If so, how would you do it? It might sound stupid for airplanes but for helicopters it would be nice!

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Er, that's exactly what Active Camera does when the "Pilot's View" is enabled.I don't believe that it's possible to create such an effect from a gauge however.

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Bill Lyons does this in his Challenger Microlight project--it's very nice--the windows vibrate during flight. I don't know how he did it--well, I should say I do know the general concept, but not the fine details in FSDS.-John

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Goto my site and download the head latency gauge from the nighthawk screenshots page. Instructions for installation are provided. This does 2 things. It gives ground vibrations, and head latency in flight. If you are familiar with XML programming, you can change the vibration effect to occur in flight (off ground) as well. The magnitude of movements are adjustable on the gauge itself.nick

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Great. Thanks guys, no need for 60 XML gauges as I thought. I'm not familiar with XML, can someone mod it for air too?

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>Goto my site and download the head latency gauge from the>nighthawk screenshots page. Instructions for installation are>provided. This does 2 things. It gives ground vibrations, and>head latency in flight. If you are familiar with XML>programming, you can change the vibration effect to occur in>flight (off ground) as well. The magnitude of movements are>adjustable on the gauge itself.>nickNice, thanks!CheersShad

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