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Anyone know how to adjust clipping on views such as cockpit F1 view....when panning ,it seems to clip outside of canopy glass even though much lower than top of glass...?

looked at viewclass settings and not sure what controls it...

TIA.

[ViewClass002]
ViewClassName=CockpitViewClass
ViewType=FIXED_VIEW
ViewGroupID=1
DefaultView=CockpitFront
AllowFromDiffGroup=TRUE
SnapView=FALSE
InsideView=TRUE
FocusObjectOnly=TRUE
FOV=60.0
PitchControl=CAMERA_PITCH_AXIS
YawControl=CAMERA_YAW_AXIS
RollControl=
ZoomControl=CAMERA_ZOOM_CONTROL
JumpToViewSameGroup=FALSE
JumpToViewDiffGroup=TRUE
SmoothAngleTransition=TRUE
SmoothPositionTransition=FALSE
SmoothFOVTransition=TRUE
RememberAngle=FALSE
RememberFOV=TRUE
LimitPitch=TRUE
LimitYaw=TRUE
LimitRoll=FALSE
ZoomFOV=TRUE
ZoomScale=0.01   <  possibly this ?
PanScale=0.00160  or ?
MinSpeed=100.0
MaxSpeed=10000.0
Acceleration=2000.0
AngleRates=480.0,360.0,360.0
FOVRate=60.0
MinAngles=-135.0,-20.0,0.0
MaxAngles=135.0,110.0,0.0
MinFOV=15.0
MaxFOV=120.0
OffsetDistance=0.06
TrackIRUseAbsolutePos=TRUE

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Did you check the SceneClip settings in the Flightengine.ini file? Also did you check multiple aircraft? It might be an issue with the Cockpit.ini settings.

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no m8 its deffo cockpit glass not external model glass...I will try sceneclip settings...if not I might be able just to lower pilot.

ty

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In the cockpit.ini file pay attention to two sections

Offset = 0.0, -0.03,0.0

OpenCockpit = TRUE

Edited by jack33

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3 hours ago, jack33 said:

 

In the cockpit.ini file pay attention to two sections

Offset = 0.0, -0.03,0.0

What does this parameter exactly do? What does mean "offset". I always had trouble with this word. I don't know what it means.

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2 hours ago, Wilches said:

OFFSET is the pilot POV.

yeah I realised after...when cockpits are exported they are done so by setting the pivot at eye level and centre on a centred cockpit seat etc....so when you adjust a setting in seat position it just lowers and hightens the whol pit ...this setting allows pilot to move independent of cpit etc...at least his eyeline...lowering the Z axis worked...so his "head " isnt so high up...

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