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View jittering in WASD walk-around mode, but only within aircraft


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Hi,

I  use the walkaround simulation using WASD keys. That works fine, until I set foot into the aircraft itself. As soon as I step onto the stairs, the screen starts randomly jittering and jerking around slightly, as if wind was constantly rattling the aircraft.

As soon as I take the seat in the cockpit, or when I get outside the aircraft again, everything returns to normal.

So, basically, walking around inside the Challenger without taking a seat shows this jittering view effect. Walking around *outside* of the aircraft does not show this behavior.

Interestingly, the jittering immediately stops when I turn off the walk-around simulation in the Challenger's user settings.

 

I have already tried without success:

- remove all plugins except AviTab and Gizmo

- use a new airframe

- made sure that no controller axis or buttons are inadvertently assigned to X-Plane view/camera functions

 

Any idea what could be the reason for this view jittering when inside the Challenger, but not when walking around the aircraft on the outside?

 

Thanks

 

X-Plane 12.09, Windows 11, latest nVidia driver on RTX4090

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On 4/2/2024 at 5:04 AM, bpcw0001 said:

I  use the walkaround simulation using WASD keys. That works fine, until I set foot into the aircraft itself. As soon as I step onto the stairs, the screen starts randomly jittering and jerking around slightly, as if wind was constantly rattling the aircraft.

 

It's not the wind, it's X-Plane 12 itself. Austin introduced a bug that causes the whole aircraft to jiggle around every so slightly on the wheels and this perturbs the camera. We are still waiting for a permanent fix, however it's worked around in the V1.8 beta.

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