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Under consideration Auto-zoom on approach to destination or waypoint

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Tittle explains it all. 

 

This topic was modified 12 months ago 3 times by Tim Peter
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Would be good on approach to destination but unnecessary on approach to waypoint - can't vote for one without the other - I'd personally rather not have it at all than have both.

@fmsrussp-co-uk

Agree zoom on approach to destination would be the useful to me. Approach to waypoint not necessarily.

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User configurable, please: YES (zoom) or NO (DON'T ZOOM) - per category: WP, airport ... or whatsoever.

Even better (yes, user are greedy): User-configurable zoom-levels dependant of distance (to wp) and/or speed and/or altitude.

This post was modified 2 years ago by Edgar Hermanns
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Automatic zoom on approach would be great, on WP not necessarily. On a ferry flight today I experienced when zooming manually a EDR disappeared all of a sudden. When zooming back showed up again after a while! ?

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Hmm, can you somehow reproduce it? It would be great to get an example; I suspect the pre-render filtering filters out that airspace because it thinks is not visible using the current camera settings ? 

 

 

 

 

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I'll try Rob, but have to wait a while because our ac is in overhaul  right now!

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Another definite yes for this at the destination airfield.  Probably best if you can select it as there will be mixed feelings about this I suspect.  A definite pain trying to do this manually in bumpy air in a flexwing with gloves on.  ? 

I must have missed this when it first appeared as I see it is quite old, but hopefully not forgotten.

I'm sure EV3 did this but then it could be my old brain playing tricks on me. ? 

 

Alan

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Agreed; auto-zoom on approach to destination. Auto-zoom on approaching a WP is not what I need.

This post was modified 1 year ago 2 times by Chris Couenberg
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