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Precision Simulator update 10.126 (12 September 2020) is now available.
Aerowinx NG FMC and More is now released.

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Hi again,

Yes I will redo the voice video, removed for now.

But I have just recorded a 20 min demo video around EGCC displaying a fly around in different weather too etc.
Near the end, the icing on the windshield looks awesome
Really shows what can be achieved using MSFS as a scenery generator.

ps
I just need to learn how to fly this bird now ...lol
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Hi Steve,

Love your videos, thanks for sharing. Unfortunately #3 with voice has a lot of background noise and your explanations are very difficult to understand.

I wonder how you figure out to avoid the MSFS window to go on top of PSX when clicking in the MSFS window ?

Edit : sorry, got it now. You stopped the MSFS window just above the PSX one. Well done ;-)

PSX and MSFS are just the perfect mix !

Kind regards,
Jean-Philippe
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Hi all,

Further testing to show the menu from PSX and how it affects MSFS.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsJZz21Emng

The next video being uploaded now is with me talking, showing what I have learnt so far...
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Fudge,

I like your pic. I take it that is MSFS? It looks like it.
If so, how have you managed to get the wrap-round view?
It looks amazing. At the moment I have a 3-screen projector setup but I’m only using the Centre projector as MSFS doesn’t do different view windows?
Peter
25
Hi again,

No framerate drop as far as I can see, all very smooth indeed.
One new setting in MSFS under graphics is, low, medium high, refresh rate on glass cockpits ... I set this to low as I dont want to see the glass screens in cockpit.

Next to get the view, they are just general settings in the sim itself...arrows etc and one that moves up.. I am at work at this time but will look later and let you know the keystrokes etc.



Many thanks Steve for the explanation. When looking at the video you don’t seem to have performance drop when running MSFS in windowed mode, this is good new. Also one last question how do you move the eyepoint in order to display only the windshield view in the default 747-8 ? Is it a camera.cfg tweak ? This information may be very useful for the WidePSX community in order to set a nice windshield view and it would be very kind of you to share this explanation. Yeah the rear of the airplane drops under the runway during rotation. I will try to fix it but I already had a look and it is not something easy. However you should not notice when in cockpit view, which is the most important, WidePSX wise.
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Create an autohotkey file: AllWaysOntop.ahk

#NoEnv  ; Recommended for performance and compatibility with future AutoHotkey releases.
; #Warn  ; Enable warnings to assist with detecting common errors.
SendMode Input  ; Recommended for new scripts due to its superior speed and reliability.
SetWorkingDir %A_ScriptDir%  ; Ensures a consistent starting directory.

^SPACE::  Winset, Alwaysontop, , A

This creates a process where any window in focus can be rendered always on top by hitting ctrl - spacebar.
Once the MSFS window is in place making it "alwaysontop" lets you move PSX into place under it. It remains under MSFS when you manipulate items with your mouse.

Still a work in progress but this is what I mean.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ySM-54enQA9qXoepnhXzvFdZv5GNUVdt/view?usp=sharing

Hope this helps.
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Many thanks Steve for the explanation. When looking at the video you don’t seem to have performance drop when running MSFS in windowed mode, this is good new. Also one last question how do you move the eyepoint in order to display only the windshield view in the default 747-8 ? Is it a camera.cfg tweak ? This information may be very useful for the WidePSX community in order to set a nice windshield view and it would be very kind of you to share this explanation. Yeah the rear of the airplane drops under the runway during rotation. I will try to fix it but I already had a look and it is not something easy. However you should not notice when in cockpit view, which is the most important, WidePSX wise.

Kind regards
Jean-Philippe
28

I then set up a new view in Aerowinx with borderless frames etc across the bottom on the MSFS window and saved it as a new 9 pack.


Sorry, but can't find "borderless frames" in the Manual. Help please!
Thanks.
29
What I forgot to add was:

As I have Aerowinx and MSFS on the same PC, I have unassigned all my Joysticks in MSFS.
I have assigned my joysticks etc to Aerowinx.

This is to avoid ANY conflicts between the two separate programmes.

Hope this helps.


30

Try to email now and I will willing send you my setting for the screen layout etc.

Kind regards
18Hazelwood


For @Hazelwood
Hi Steve:
Great video. Wanted to PM you on the Aerowinx site but cannot.
I've got the trial version of WidePSX and got it working great but am having a real problem setting up to look good. I run a 3440x1440 monitor. I've got the trial set for MSFS on the 3440x1440 and PSX on another 25" monitor but want to try to get them both on the big monitor before contacting J-P again to by the registered version of Wide PSX.
I'd be really grateful if you could share the 9 Pack and how you set up MSFS to do this.
You can PM me here.
Many Thanks.
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