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Default Robinson R22 Reworked and added views. Reworked and additional views (defined by camera definitions in the sim cfg file in this particular case) for the default) Robinson R22 helicopter. Includes ten cameras pointing at the aircraft and three additional cameras inside.
Reworked and additional views ( defined by camera definitions in the sim.cfg file in this particular case ) for the beautiful default ( Microsoft ) Robinson R22.
10 cameras pointing at the aircraft and 3 additional cameras inside.
See Read me.txt file for very easy installation procedures.
Also included is a text file that contains the new camera definitions. Enjoy !
0 - Make sure FSX is not running.
1 - Make a copy of your sim.cfg file.
2 - Open the sim.cfg file.
3 - Select all existing camera definitions and deleted them. <------------------ IMPORTANT !!
4 - Open the camera definitions.txt file provided by me.
5 - Select and copy all the camera definitions.
6 - Paste the new camera definitions into the sim.cfg file. ( I suggest the bottom of the file ).
7 - Save the sim.cfg file.
8 - Start FSX, select the Robinson R22 and enjoy !
A FEW TIPS
1 - I strongly recommend the use of the mouse for "swinging" around ( panning ) most cameras.
Activation : SHIFT + O ( the letter O ).
Temporary fixation of the camera on something specific : SPACE BAR.
Deactivation : CRTL + SPACE BAR : brings the camera to its original position.
NOTE : the mouse is much more sensitive than a joystick's hat switch. So move it slowly.
2 - Instructions on how-to removed a view you don't like are now in camera definitions.txt file.
Microsoft aircrafts and helicopters don't come with the required parameter in their cam def.
I added it for obvious reason. But if you start doing your own cam views by copiying a original ( Microsoft ) cam def, remember to add the said parameter.
- Please take note that I assume no responsability for any ( extremely improbable ) damages to your FSX installation or your computer. As always with donwloaded files, you use them at your own risks.
Thanks to Microsoft for providing such a wonderful software as Flight Simulator for 25 years.
The archive default_robinson_r22_views.zip has 6 files and directories contained within it. View them...
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|Default Robinson R22.gif||12.16.10||8.87 kB|
|Camera definitions.txt||12.23.10||6.57 kB|
|Read me.txt||12.23.10||3.28 kB|
|Default Robinson R22 2.gif||12.23.10||10.88 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
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