PAN_IN_COCKPIT_MODE=1 is set.
I was only guessing when I wrote that but I think Frank is right with the FS9.cfg file line.
However, if you do have PAN_IN_COCKPIT_MODE=1 set then this would be a universal setting for all aircraft.
I might turn mine off now as I don't really need it any more - the TrackIR Pro is so good that I'm mostly operating in VC mode since installing it.(shock, horror) It just makes life so much easier.
-----Original Message----- From: jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:jhb_airlines-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Mike Lucas Sent: 05 September 2006 16:48 To: jhb_airlines@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [jhb_airlines] Re: FS2004 pan view problem
There may indeed be a misunderstanding, John, but it's probably my inadequate description of the problem!
Using the RealAir C172 in FS2004, 2D mode, I tried using the hat switch to snatch a glance to left and right - as is my practice with FS2002. Instead of getting a quick view through the side windows, no instrument panel, which reverts to normal forward view with instruments when I released the hat switch, the whole 'windshield' 2D view complete with instruments 'scrolled' to the side - so that I ended up seeing lateral scenery as if through the windshield. This view sticks when I release the hat switch, and I either have to scroll back to the proper position for forward view or try to remember what the keyboard command is to achieve this. Now whether I should start tinkering with the FS9 panel.cfg for the RealAir C172 is debatable ...