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  1. Hi there Im David Kings, and to all of you are saying that my cancun scenery its ugly, why dont you make your own and shut your mouth up, in the first place I not a scenery developer company I am just an FSX user that learned how to make sceneries just for fun, I have about 2 years learning how to make this sceneries from scratch, i did not study for this, everything I know about making sceneries I learned from test and error, forums and youtube videos and I make them as a hobby then i decided to post them to sim market for a very low price because you can not imagine the time this sceneries take to develop plus the learning curve so if you dont like it dont dowload it an stick to default scenery. I made this scenery because there is non all over the internet and yes the pictures shown on sim market are taken from FSX and not from Prepar3D, if you are to corncern about this scenery, maybe you would like to help me test it and maybe develop it also, let me know, you can write me an email to davidkingsgaming@yahoo.com , I'll leave a link below for you to download the scenery, about the FPS performance I get 60 to 75 all over the scenery, my system its: CPU: Intel Core i7 6700K @ 4.00GHz Skylake, RAM: 16.0GB Dual-Channel, Motherboard: Gigabyte Technology Co. Ltd. Z170MX-Gaming 5, Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB, Operating System: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1 Download link: https://1drv.ms/u/s!ApxdzHCn2QXZhgVl7ZNG-dw_jpG8
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    FSX eyepoint (virtual cockpit)

    I used FSX opus cameras 1.- in the aircraft.cfg put the eyepoint values to 0 like this: eyepoint=0.00, 0.00, 0.00 then save it and open fsx 2.-once in FSX open FSX Opus and go to camera, once open go to virtual and move the camera to the desire view point with the arrows of the Z, X, and Y axis (Z=Longitudinal position X=Lateral Position Y=Vertical position) 3.- copy the values on the bottom of each axis and covert them to foots (Ft.) Because FSX Opus values are in meters 4.- put these values in your aircraft.cfg file eyepoint section and save it!! vuala!!! that's it!!! next time you open your FSX the eyepoint will be exactly where you want, it is ok to put just the number and 3 decimals in your aircraft.cfg, you don't need to put all of the 6 decimals that FSX Opus Camera gives you, Example: Eyepoint=47.254, 2.354, 3.568