That all makes sense because if
FSX is predominantly a VC operation you need to have an easier way of
looking at sections of the panel than trying to pan and zoom from the
pilot's eyepoint view.
I wonder why they dropped chase
plane mode? I used it a lot as it was the best view for grabbing
In a message dated
22/10/2006 15:29:40 GMT Daylight Time, bones@xxxxxxx writes:
So, for the S key, FSX
defaults to the views that FS9 provided (panel, spot and tower as
before) but no chase plane mode? Should you add one or more Camera
Definition sections you then get a fourth, variable view selectable
from the drop down menu.
The new internal view
option can be cycled with the A key and just jumps between 2D and VC.
Should further camera definition positions be defined are these ALL
available with further presses of the A key?
(a) Yes, no chase plane
(b) Pressing the A key
on the C172 cyles around -
I guess if .004 was
added we would expect it next, but as that's a guess we'd need to add
one to try it.