So, I like to fly in the cockpit view… But unfortunately every so often, I blow up a crosswind landing by panning my view instead of hitting the rudder as intended. With that in mind, I respectfully submit a feature request if it’s possible for FDS to put a “deadzone” around the rudder area that won’t allow panning of the camera if the finger is within X space of the rudder controls on screen-perhaps it could be while below 500’ altitude going up/down. If pilots are focusing on their flare and go to kick out of a crab, it’d be very beneficial if they don’t pan the view down into the cockpit or off center so to speak.
Alternatively-perhaps the devs could perhaps lock the pan feature out while landing?
Either way I’ve had many a landing butchered by that and I decided to give this a shot.
I’ve attached a pic to show where it should likely go. I’m also wondering how many others have done this inadvertently during a takeoff/taxi/landing. Of course it’s most critical during the landing so you can see where you’re going of course!
Well, if you don’t know where to put your finger it’s another problem but the way the interface is made, you shouldn’t have to look at it.
But since this feature won’t come anytime soon, set it to never.