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Moving Yoke sensivity???

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Hii have this xml moving gauge and it's working but it's too sensitive, can some one tell me how can i have a smooth yoke animation?the code is: (A:YOKE X INIDICATOR, numbers) (A:ELEVATOR POSITION, numbers) Yoke ©2002 by Harald Scheidl [harald_scheidl@hotmail.com] thanks in advance

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Insert one inside both the Rotate and Shift sections - Using the following options. ValuePerSecond="number" DegreesPerSecond="number" RadiansPerSecond="number" PixelsPerSecond="number" (A:YOKE X INIDICATOR, numbers) <------ One of Four here (A:ELEVATOR POSITION, numbers) <----------- One of Four hereRoman

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>Insert one inside both the Rotate and Shift sections - Using>the following options.> >ValuePerSecond="number" >DegreesPerSecond="number" >RadiansPerSecond="number" >PixelsPerSecond="number">>>>>> (A:YOKE X INIDICATOR, numbers) >> <------ One of Four here>> (A:ELEVATOR POSITION, numbers) >>>>>> <----------- One of Four here>>>>>>>Roman>>Thanks Roman for your help i'll try it tonight :)

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hii tried this yesterday night (i set valueperseconde=1) but i didn't notice any change the yoke is always too sensitive.may be can some one give me a an exemple?thanks in advance

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Hi,Try something like....DegreesPerSecond="50".....PixelsPerSecond="50"Experiment with the amount of "50" until satisfactoryJan"Beatus ille qui procul negotiis..."

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Try this:<Value>(A:YOKE X INIDICATOR, numbers) 2 / </Value>regardsEd
Hi edyour pilot suit is very well ;) Thanks ed for the trick ( i'm graidia with my new nickname) it's working like a charm

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