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Si votre caméra point subitement ers le haut ou vers le bas ou dans une direction bizarre, essayez ceci :

  • Pressez Maj Echap, une ou deux fois (uniquement pour Firestorm 4.1.1 et versions suivantes)
  • Pressez la touche Echap plusieurs fois. Presser la touche Echap vous fera quitter toute fenêtre active dans le viewer, et finallement réinitialisera la positionde la caméra. Maj Echap réinitialise l'angle de vue.
  • Pressez Ctrl-9 - plusieurs fois si nécessaire. Ctrl 9 réinitialise le zoom.
  • Allez au menu Avancé (Ctrl Akt D si le menu Avancé n'est pas visible en haut de l'écran) → Afficher les paramètres de débogage, puis dans la barre de recherche de la fenêtre qui vient de s'ouvrir tapez “FocusOffsetRearView” 1). Cochez “Reset to default” en bas et refermez cette fenêtre.
  • Si ça n'a pas fonctionné, maintenez al touche Maj tout en utilisant la molette de la souris poru changer d'angle de vue.
  • Cliquez droi sur vous-même et choisissez Enlever > Tout détacher pour détacher toutes les huds et tous les attachements. Parfois certains attachements peuvent contrôler votre angle de vue. Si le problème est réglé, ajoutez vos attachements un par un jusqu'à de que vous trouviez lequel pose problème.

Camera View Spinning In Mouselook Or When ALT Clicking On An Object

This can happen when you have a non default value set for Font DPI within Windows operating system settings.
Right click your desktop → Personalise → Adjust font size (DPI) → Make sure this is set to the default value of 96.

A More Detailed Workaround Allowing You To Keep A Non-Default DPI Setting

Many thanks to Crypticzynergy for this information

  • Right-click on desktop and select “Personalize → Adjust Font Size (DPI)”. Click “Continue” to verify making changes to the settings.
  • In the “DPI Scaling” window that popped up, clicked on the “Custom DPI…” button.
  • A “Custom DPI Setting” window is displayed. Set your DPI as you would like it and ensure that the “Use Windows XP Style DPI scaling” is CHECKED.
  • Click on the “OK” button to close the “Custom DPI Setting” window.
  • OK the request to Restart computer.
  • Right-click on the viewer's shortcut/icon/executable on your desktop (or in Windows Explorer) and select “Properties.”
  • Go to the “Compatibility” tab. Place a check in the box that says, “Disable display scaling on high DPI settings.”
  • Click “OK” to save the changes and close the popup window.
  • Log into SL and verify that Mouselook View now works as intended. You're done!

DPI Scaling Explanation

“Windows XP style DPI scaling” does not actually scale a program's GUI; it only scales/enlarges the system fonts and other system UI elements at higher DPI settings. Basically any text drawn using system fonts is suddenly bigger.

Windows Vista's method is ambiguously called “display scaling”, or better known as “DPI virtualization”. Windows still performs “XP style scaling” when this option is enabled, but programs/software that can handle high DPI settings are now expected to tell Windows they can handle it by setting a “DPI-aware” flag. If that flag is missing, Windows first renders the entire program window to an internal bitmap using 96 DPI (the default setting), and then scales up that bitmap to the current DPI setting before finally displaying it on your screen.

Apparently, having the checkbox marked ENSURES the EXCLUSIVE use of the legacy “Windows XP style DPI scaling” method and DISABLES the additional use of “DPI Virtualization” for programs that lack the DPI-aware flag. Microsoft/Windows dislikes non-conformity by 3rd party programs to the point where it won't play nice with said software/programs, like SL! This is where the tantrum comes – in the form of Mouselook view issues. (Basically when the checkbox is unchecked, you're actually enabling the newer method – DPI virtualization.)


1)
Ce paramètre est celui qu'on peut ausi changer en maintenant la touche Maj enfoncée tout en utilisant la molette de la souris
  • fs_camera_fr.txt
  • Last modified: 2013/02/21 11:49
  • by sunset_faulkes