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I have assigned my CH POV to Pan View using the axis assigmnet in FSUIPC. The problem is that the veiw move extremly slowly. Perhaps 1 cm/minute. I have tried to use the the P3DV4.1 controll to assign the POV and it moves the same slow way there. I cant find where I should change this.

Could I please get som advise. 

 

/Thomas

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3 hours ago, Thomas Börjesson said:

I have assigned my CH POV to Pan View using the axis assigmnet in FSUIPC. The problem is that the veiw move extremly slowly. Perhaps 1 cm/minute.

Well, that's astonishing! You have something very wrong somewhere. Here, on several different systems, it is not possible to see any difference between the speed at which the FSUIPC assignment operates and the direct assignment in FS. And after all, the exact same control, "PAN VIEW" is used in both cases.

Have you checked that it isn't a problem with the device? Does it work fast if you assign in FS instead? Are you checking it on a default aircraft, in case it is a problem with an add-on aircraft?

In case it is a problem with your assignment in FSUIPC, please show me your FSUIPC4.INI file (or are you using P3D4? If so it's the FSUIPC5.INI). From the Modules folder.

There's no real inoformation in your post.  Please ALWAYS state both the version of FS and the version of FSUIPC. In fact, if it isn't the latest supported version, please update first and re-check.

Pete

 

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