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    Lightbulb Fixed Camera Height

    View from cab..... While you can place the virtual camera at that height it is very easy to alter it while "looking around". I guess that the cab height is about 15feet. If there was a keystroke to set the camera, and lock it, at that height we could pan around and see what the driver sees which is, after all, one of the primary objectives of the program. Note: ALT-U does not lock height but does allow a view that is not based on a downward camera angle.

    We have ALT-Y which is good to see what the average "train watcher" sees.
    Dick near Pittsburgh, Pa. i5-2500K 4.3ghz, 8gb memory, GTX1060 4gb video card

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    Quote Originally Posted by boleyd View Post
    View from cab..... While you can place the virtual camera at that height it is very easy to alter it while "looking around". I guess that the cab height is about 15feet. If there was a keystroke to set the camera, and lock it, at that height we could pan around and see what the driver sees which is, after all, one of the primary objectives of the program. Note: ALT-U does not lock height but does allow a view that is not based on a downward camera angle.

    We have ALT-Y which is good to see what the average "train watcher" sees.
    You can also use the [ and ] keys to move through in cab views and pan in each view too.
    cheers
    Graeme

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