cre
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Setting Spot Plane For FS2004

Sat May 21, 2005 9:17 pm

With my FS2004 I was trying to set the spot plane for an altitude of 50 feet. It does that, but when I rotate to a different angle it automatically goes back to the default setting of zero altitude.

Is there a way to set the altitude view of the spot plane at a desired foot level and keep it there when rotating at different views?

Thanks,

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David L
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RE: Setting Spot Plane For FS2004

Sun May 22, 2005 5:21 am

How are you changing the angle? If you use the numeric keypad to move to specific angles (e.g. head-on, left side, etc.), the view will switch to the same level as the aircraft. If you use the hat switch or left/right/up/down cursor keys, the view should rotate smoothly in the chosen direction.
 
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RE: Setting Spot Plane For FS2004

Sun May 22, 2005 5:31 am

When in flight sim, press "alt" to reveal the menu, then click on views, then view options. Should find some settings to play with there.
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cre
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RE: Setting Spot Plane For FS2004

Mon May 23, 2005 3:44 am

great - thanks for the help!

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