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I ran FS2020 for a day without any issues. When I started FS2020 the other day, the camera view window had partly moved out of the main window. Any attempts to move the camera window failed. Also scanned for a setting file containing the window positions without success.

Does anybody have an idea how to solve the issue ?



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  • 3 weeks later...

This sometimes happens to me in a program I use regularly for work.

Click and drag the left edge of the window to the left until the whole window pops down onto the screen.

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Try going into windowed mode (press Alt+Enter)

Maybe that’ll sort it, or else it should be easier to drag the window if not




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Meanwhile I found a solution which is like a reset of MSFS settings:

- delete content of folder SystemAppData in C:\Users\\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.FlightSimulator_8wekyb3d8bbwe

- disconnect from Internet

- Start MSFS offlline and confirm dialogues. This will populate SystemAppData with default settings

- re-connect to Internet

- Start MSFS. In pop-up window select local data as data source.


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