Zoom Problem with Plane Maker

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asked Feb 14 by Zoneria (13 points)

Hello guys, I hope you can help me:

If I use the Plane Maker in X-Plane 9 and go to "Standard" -> "Fuselage", then Plane Maker will automatically scale the created aircraft mesh over the entire length of the window. As seen here:

And sometimes I have to downscale the mesh or in other words simply zoom out to adapt the mesh to a background image. This also works perfectly fine in Plane Maker 9 as seen here:

The Problem now is that this zooming out does not work in the Plane Maker of X-Plane10 or even X-Plane11. Although I can enlarge the Mesh (zoom in) and zoom out again but just until the mesh fills the entire length of the window again. I can not zoom out any further, as I did in the PlaneMaker 9.

Does anyone know a solution?
Thank you

commented Feb 22 by xiphias (12 points)
edited Feb 22 by xiphias
I too have this problem. I can zoom in and then zoom out until the mesh is the length of the fuselage windows. Then I cannot zoom out any further. So I cannot make the mesh fit the length of the fuselage in the background image which includes the propeller spinner.

I have tried it in PlaneMaker in X-Plane 11.20 VR3 beta on Windows 10.

1 Answer

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answered Feb 24 by AndrewHutch (14 points)

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