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    It seem that when I am in Virtual Cockpit and adjust the view with my mouse (active camera), the sim wants to snap back to a default view. Any ideas?

    Don Bowler

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    bump

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    I understand,same by me,no idea why...in the previous version I didn't noticed this...

    Hans

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    Default RE: How do you keep the VR cockpit view from snapping back from what you have se

    In FS2002 the mouse scroll wheel let you set the view(fore and aft) and it would keep it. Perhaps this was changed in FS2004 version.

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    Default RE: How do you keep the VR cockpit view from snapping back from what you have se

    Are you referring to the add-on Active Camera? If you've the latest version, by any chance have you the traffic tracking feature selected?
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    No I know about the traffic tracking feature and how it works. This is a seperate issue where when in vc the view will switch back to a default view after a few minutes.

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