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    VC head movment in CFS2

    Wondering how to slow down (or speed up) head movement in VC. Seems way to fast for me. Any ideas? Thanks.
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    Redding Army Airfield Allen's Avatar
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    I don't think so. That is the bad part about new systems. Maybe a line in the CFS2.CFG has it but I can't find one if it is there.
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    Might be wrong, but there is a line in the [CONTROLS] section of the "main" cfg file. The name is whatever your icon for the sim is. For example, my exe file is CFS2_PTO and the cfg file is called cfs2_pto.cfg. It is located in the main CFS2 folder you have.

    Here is an excerpt from my cfg file:

    ...
    [APL]
    CACHE_WAV_FILES=1
    [CONTROLS]
    force_master_gain=10000
    force_stick_force_enabled=1
    force_stick_shaker_enabled=1
    force_gear_bump_enabled=1
    force_crash_enabled=1
    force_ground_bumps_enabled=1
    force_machinegun_enabled=1
    force_bulletdamage_enabled=1
    force_rocket_enabled=1
    force_bomb_enabled=1
    force_flak_enabled=1
    PAN_RATE=400
    [MULTIPLAYER]
    TICKS_PER_SYNC=90
    ...

    Your PAN_RATE=400 won't be in bold, I just did that to help you see what you are looking for. Best way is to Ctrl+F and type PAN_RATE and you should be good to go.

    If you want it slower decrease it and faster just vice-versa. Be aware I've never messed with this, so just be careful how much you change it either way.

    I compared the cfs2_pto.cfg file to my fs9_classic.cfg file and the pan rate control line was the same, so you can use this pan rate entry for FS9 if you have that sim set up.

    Good luck!

    Jorge
    Miami, FL

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    Hi Stoney,
    Jorge is correct. Just changed mine from 400 to 100 as a test. Slowed it down a lot.
    You will have to exit and restart CFS2 for the change to take effect.

    Regards,
    B24Guy

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    It was listed with the force feedback keys? No wonder I missed it.
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    Great! Thanks fella's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen View Post
    It was listed with the force feedback keys? No wonder I missed it.
    No kidding! I thought the same thing. I thought it was rather strange, but it's where it was in FS9 so I figured it was worth a try. Go figure.

    Glad you got it working, Stoney!

    Jorge
    Miami, FL

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