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  1. Very, very handy indeed! This is now part of my flight set up for the Q400. Thanks for your efforts. @christian what you need to do is open FSUIPC -> Buttons + Switches tab and press the button you want (stick / throttle). To the right, you will see Select for FS Control. Tick that and you will see the script in the drop down. I wouldnt use the V button as that is already assigned in FSX to take a screenshot.
  2. There definately is a problem, im not disputing that. Lets assume im in the VC, and i pull a hard turn. The cockpit would kind of 'drift' the view, right? All i know is, that since changing the momentumEffects thing for all cameras in all necessary files, i dont get that effect - simple as. I can turn hard, pull up hard, the VC doesnt shift the view position at all. Maybe try dumbing down the effects in EZCA? Dont forget that that during installation, EZCA creates its own camera, and does so everytime you run the config tool. But every FSX installation is different! :)
  3. Open cameras.cfg (same location as fsx.cfg) , and change ALL momentumEffect=yes (or true) to no or false. These lines are also (not always, but sometimes) present in the aircraft.cfg file. Know that an entry in the aircraft.cfg will overide what is in the cameras.cfg I have zero movement effect in all installed planes.
  4. Outstanging! Iv done a couple now!Any news of the pdf document? If its ok, id like to print it out and put in in my PMDG documentation folder, as well as be able to follow your guide from paper.Thanks again for your efforts!!!!
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