View Full Version : how do u get dynamic wing views? help me out pls!
10-12-2003, 11:21 PM
Hey look theres 2 of my shots! :D the first one i had to go to the virtual cockpit and move there, the second one i just pressed 3 (the back right view) and it showed the wing. but the second one you can see that the wing isnt connected
10-12-2003, 11:31 PM
hey my shot aswell :) ok heres what u have to do.......some airplanes, like the meljet 747 have it prebuilt in...go to virtual cockpit..press 1 or 3 on the numpad....for other aircraft you need active cam.....go to the VC (make sure internal pilot view is on) and use the numpads to move around. hope this helps
10-13-2003, 01:00 AM
Dynamic wing views are built in the model.cfg, so don't expect every plane you download to have them :-) You'll need a program named "Active Camera 2002" to move around freely within the "virtual cockpit" view; move around, zoom in or out until you get to the desired position and enjoy!
03-18-2005, 08:26 AM
i was browsing around the screen shot forum, and i noticed that there were pics from flight simulator (2002 or 2004?) that showed the correct wing views of the plane. i can't really explain it, so i added some pics to this post. i really need to know how to do this, does it involve the aircraft cfg file? some program? i currently have fs2004 installed, plus i have fs2002 pro. pls tell me how to do this, i remember that there were dynamic wing views when i used to fly a qantas 747 in fs98, but i can't remember, somthing to do with the aircraft model. anyways, please help!!!
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