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    I played with the axis curve without success as it didn't give me good results (like limiting the max out zoom or changing the center point). I'll try editing the lua file directly and let you know.

    I also don't have the little zoom jumps you mentioned, but I noticed the slider's center point is sensible and the zoom level doesn't always stick to the same value. Moving the slider a bit in the center zone re-centers the view correctly.

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    Basically have mine set up where all the way down is normal flying zoom, mid detent is slightly zoomed in for gun runs etc, full up is full zoom for spotting targets. You can set the zoom max and min in the lua and the mid through the curves in DCS.

    As for the micro twitches, if you go in to TARGET and turn the led back lighting on the throttle full on or full off (0% or 100%) it should eliminate that. I only had them when not in the full down, mid detent, or full up. Anywhere inbetween I had them.

    Edit:
    Screenshots below of my centered view at the three zoom levels. I'm running a 2560x1440 27" monitor so if you have a different setup, your settings may vary. When I run a triple head, my lua zoom is 40, 140 I think.

    Server.lua settings:
    Line 21: CameraViewAngleLimits = {20.000000, 102.000000},

    Slider Curve:
    0 deadzone
    100 x and y saturation
    -21 curvature

    zoom.PNG
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    Thank you very much for the info. I'll see if I can set it up in a similar way!

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