|Re: [simpits-tech] Wayne - you here ??? [message #2580 is a reply to message #2570 ]
||Mon, 19 December 2011 07:22
Registered: November 2010
Location: Auburn, Wa
How are you driving the four channels? By the different resolution on the forward screen, is it safe to assume you're driving it as at least two 'logical' displays?
I also notice that you list non-square resolutions on each screen. Are you using non-square screens, or just a square portion of the image?
I haven't found a way to get rid of the borders, but if you run in full-screen mode, they're only one pixel wide, and they're black on all but the 'active' window. There is a small catch - unless one of the windows is associated with a 2d cockpit view, FSX will configure at least one window to full-screen. I usually get around this by defining a 2d cockpit view with a small window and small 2d cockpit, located somewhere unobtrusive (if you're only using the square center portion of each display, the unused space between windows is perfect for this), set to active. Once this is done, you need only to set your projector's zoom to place the borders just outside of the actual screen area, and you'll never notice them.
Conveniently, the correct zoom for a 90° window is 0.302 - close enough to the 0.30 minimum that you shouldn't have to worry about editing the .flt file directly.
Let me know if you have any more questions -