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    [INVESTIGATING]FLIR offset cursor not constrained

    The FLIR offset cursor is not constrained to the boundaries of the FOV, making it rather easy to lose.

    In the track/video you can see the altitude of the TGT also increasing as the cursor is moved further and further above the FOV of the pod.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC0z...ature=youtu.be
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    #2
    Hi Swift,

    we have no information that it should be.

    thanks


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      #3
      Ah ok, I just assumed it was a bit of a funky behaviour. But it may well be that way, thanks.
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        #4
        it would be very surprising if this was correct behaviour...

        how could you be expected to be able to designate something outside the screen, where you cant see it?

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          #5
          We have no information to say one way or another currently. However I don't think it should be contained, if you are using it with HMCS it might be useful to be able to offset outside of the TGP field of view? I'm guessing now, but until we have some clear evidence we consider this correct as is.

          thank you


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            #6
            Is there a way to home it or at least see where it went off to when driven outside FOV?
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              #7
              Originally posted by Svend_Dellepude View Post
              Is there a way to home it or at least see where it went off to when driven outside FOV?
              That's the problem... I don't think you can. I can't figure out why it is even possible for the offset cursor to leave the DDI display without an indication of where it's at. The more I read about it the more I'm convinced that the ATFLIR offset video shows how it should work for all pods that have the offset function.

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