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Possible to change resolution, scenery... settings on the fly ?

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Hello all,

I'm not used to fsuipc but it seems to be able to do a lot of interesting things. After some unsuccessful researches, I would like to know if fsuipc would be able to change some settings one the fly, say resolution, upper frame limit, water reflections, etc... for example. This could serve, say, if you are on a flight where things begin to become tense at higher resolution but could be smoother at lower resolution that could be achieved with just a click on a joystick without passing by the menu. Same thing for frame limit or water reflection level. Thank you.

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I would like to know if fsuipc would be able to change some settings one the fly, say resolution, upper frame limit, water reflections, etc... for example. This could serve, say, if you are on a flight where things begin to become tense at higher resolution but could be smoother at lower resolution that could be achieved with just a click on a joystick without passing by the menu. Same thing for frame limit or water reflection level. Thank you.

 

No, FSUIPC has no facilities like that, excepting perhaps the ability to reduce the amount of AI traffic. Doing things like changing resolution doesn't usually help, at least with more recent video cards.

 

You may find that FSPS Fiber Accelerator achieves pretty much what you want, even if not in ways ytou were thinking of.

 

http://www.thefsps.com/fsx/54-fsps-fsx-fiber-accelerator.html

 

Pete

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