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Hello guys, in the pic attached the bottom half of the display is a normal FS view with a moved eyepoint. The top half of the display is:CustomDraw Name="fs9view:view" X="591" Y="166" Zoom="1.2" OffsetUp="-4.8" OffsetForward="-25"I can move this view forward and back, up and down, but I would like to change its direction . I have seen the line: heading=" " but it does not appear to work. :( ....any ideas :-hmmm

http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/145043.jpgregardsEdhttp://img.photobucket.com/albums/v640/edetroit100/holy.gifAMD Athlon 64 3500+, 1024Mb PC3200 DDR, 300Gb HD 128Mb DDR Nvidia 6600GT PCI Express, Audigy 2 ZSCH Products Yoke, Pedals and Throttle Quadrant

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Ok ...by trial and error I found something out OffsetRight=" "is the actual direction (what heading= was supposed to do)But what i need is the code that moves the eyepoint in fs9view:view left or right.In the attached there are two fs9view:views in the bottom half of the display using OffsetRight=" " they are looking in different directions but I need to move the eyepoint out. :-hmmmhttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/145051.jpg

regardsEd

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EDHere is some code I made to control the views using this system: Mouse clicks and macros seem to work fine.(L:scopezoom,enum)(L:upscope,enum)(L:forscope,enum) (L:dmovescope,enum)%((L:scopezoom,enum) d 0 == ? )%!3d!%((L:upscope,enum) d 0 == ? )%!3d!%((L:forscope,enum) d 0 == ? )%!4d!MOVE LEFT (L:dmovescope,enum) 1 - -100 max (>L:dmovescope,enum)MOVE RIGHT (L:dmovescope,enum) 1 + 100 min (>L:dmovescope,enum)ZOOM OUT (L:scopezoom,enum) 1 - 0 max (>L:scopezoom,enum)ZOOM IN (L:scopezoom,enum) 1 + 50 min (>L:scopezoom,enum)DOWN (L:upscope,enum) 1 - 0 max (>L:upscope,enum)UP (L:upscope,enum) 1 + 100 min (>L:upscope,enum)BACK (L:forscope,enum) 1 - -100 max (>L:forscope,enum)FORWARD (L:forscope,enum) 1 + 100 min (>L:forscope,enum)Steve

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Thankyou Steve, but I'm realising I should forget the 777 display as two fs9views is one too many. :-lol The only way to move the eye point (as I want to) is in the panel cfg but that affects both fs9views so I'll stick with the bus. :)

regardsEd

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>Looks great and a nice idea! what Bus is this?>Hello Jean Luc, it is my own addition for the CLS A346 model.http://forums.avsim.net/dcboard.php?az=sho...id=228818&page=http://www.commerciallevel.com/?/home/

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Ed,where can I get this file or instructions on how to do this for my PSS 777 panel?

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>Hello Chris, email me at edetroit(at)gmail.com>regards>>EdEmail sent ;)

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Hmmm, why does this look familiar :-hah BTW, Ed, I couldn't adjust the heading either (as well as some other params)

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Steve,Wondering whether I could get some help with this gauge, if you are still around and willing.ThanksSean

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