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  1. There seems to be a limit to what numbers I can set in DView and it can't adjust the curve. It got the FOV a bit wider, but not enough and the curve was so sensitive it was pretty much 100% or nothing.
  2. Thanks for the tips. DView can't really do that and I can't seem to get JoystickGremlin to work properly, I don't really have much time to fly anyway , let alone to fight with getting the controls to work, I guess I will just stick to sims that work for now, but thanks again for your help anyway.
  3. That's exactly what I did, however 50% of zoom is way too much, I just can't find a way to make the center less zoomed in like in DCS. There you have complete control of the curve and I was able to set 50% of physical axis = 30% of logical axis so the default, center position was where I wanted.
  4. The way I used the curve in DCS was to make the center desired FOV and than I could both zoom in and out momentarily, it's very easy to use as the axis was originally designed to be used as rudder, it's way too handy and I got way too used to it, it's a second nature to me by now. IL-2 could use more detailed axis curve settings.
  5. In DCS I have assigned my zoom axis to the rudder thingy on my throttle and I wanted to do the same here, however there are no detailed curve settings so I cannot set the center position, which by default has way too low FOV. Is there a way to adjust the FOV so it is wider in the middle position of the zoom axis?
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