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bawns First Officer

i can look back from my cockppit and see the cabin but i cannot walk around in it. help me guys. i hav e f1 view.

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RadarMan Chief Captain

I don't have it but it has it's limitations, after all it's free.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

Radar

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liam (Liono) Chief Captain

You use the scorll wheel on your mouse to go back and forward. Click the scroll and turn yout mouse left or right to look left or right.
Press Ctrl & use the scroll wheel to move left or right
Press shift & use the scroll wheel to move up or down

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hinch Chief Captain

you must be in virtual cockpit view

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Greekman72 Chief Captain

The installation file comes with an HTML document with the following instructions ➡

Modes of Operation:

Rolling the mouse wheel forward means rolling the wheel away from the user.
Rolling the mouse wheel backward means rolling the wheel towards the user.

Virtual-cockpit:

Wheel forward moves you forward and wheel backward moves you back.
CTRL+forward moves right and CTRL+backward moves left.
SHIFT+forward moves up and SHIFT+backward moves down.
CTRL+SHIFT+forward zooms out and CTRL+SHIFT+backward zooms in.
While in Pan Mode (when mouse wheel is pressed and held down) inside the Virtual Cockpit:

Moving the mouse to the left rotates the view to the left.
Moving the mouse to the right rotates the view to the right.
Moving the mouse forward, away from the user, rotates the view up.
Moving the mouse backward, towards the user, rotates the view down.
Cockpit view:

CTRL+SHIFT+forward zooms the exterior view out and CTRL+SHIFT+backward zooms it in.
Tower view:

CTRL+SHIFT+forward zooms the view out and CTRL+SHIFT+backward zooms it in.
Spot view:

Wheel forward moves the view distance forward, and wheel backward moves the distance back.
CTRL+forward rotates the eyepoint right, and CTRL+backward rotates the eyepoint left.
SHIFT+forward moves the eyepoint down, and SHIFT+backward moves the eyepoint up.
CTRL+SHIFT+forward zooms out and CTRL+SHIFT+backward zooms in.
Note: View distance is different from view zoom.

While in Pan Mode (when mouse wheel is pressed and held down) in spot view:

Mouse left/right rotates the eyepoint right/left.
Mouse up/down moves the eyepoint up/down.
Top-down view:

CTRL+SHIFT+forward moves the view distance out and CTRL+SHIFT+backward moves it in.
Note: In this mode you can move your view all the way to outer space and back in.

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