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issueid=1236 04-12-2016 08:33 PM
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DG HUD resizing/zooming
Orbiter 2016 rev. 55

Watch these screenshots.
The HUD text and symbology shifts towards a right-down direction, getting garbled, getting bigger and bigger, until completely disappearing.

I'm clicking the 2D cockpit button at the very left, the one in the yellow circle:



2D cockpit scrolled down for visibility





Issue Details
Project ORBITER: 2010-P1 and newer
Status Fixed
Priority 5 - Medium
Affected Version Revision denoted in description
Fixed Version (none)
Users able to reproduce bug 0
Users unable to reproduce bug 0
Assigned Users (none)
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08-23-2016 09:31 PM
Orbiter Founder
 
I can't reproduce this problem. Those buttons should just increase/decrease the HUD intensity.

I'm assuming this is the inline graphics client, correct?
Do you see this behaviour every time you click the buttons, or is it intermittent, and if so, is there a pattern?
Can you check if your orbiter.cfg has a line "HUDColIdx", and if so, which value it has?
Does the HUD intensity dial in the DG virtual cockpit work?

Does anybody else see this issue?
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08-30-2016 07:45 PM
Orbiter Founder
 
I have cleaned up the code a bit in SVN r.62 (Orbiter 2016). Since I can't reproduce the problem I have no idea if this would make any difference. Can you try please?
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08-31-2016 03:01 PM
Tutorial translator
 
The problem appears solved in Orbiter2016, both inline and with D3D9 R1.
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08-31-2016 03:38 PM
Orbiter Founder
 
Excellent.
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