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Thread: Lock Playfield View in Cabinet Mode

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    Default Lock Playfield View in Cabinet Mode

    Hi,

    I have Pinball FX2 running on my threescreen cabinet. While playing a game, the screen will zoom to a special feature on the table. It also zooms to the pinball launch trough at the beginning of a shot.
    Is there a way to toggle this feature off and have just static playfield?
    Thanks.

    John

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarpenner View Post
    Hi,

    I have Pinball FX2 running on my threescreen cabinet. While playing a game, the screen will zoom to a special feature on the table. It also zooms to the pinball launch trough at the beginning of a shot.
    Is there a way to toggle this feature off and have just static playfield?
    Thanks.

    John
    There isn't but thanks for the feedback

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarpenner View Post
    Is there a way to toggle this feature off and have just static playfield?
    I know this is a pretty old thread but the ball launcher-zoom in cabinet mode is driving me nuts too. The special event-zoom is fine, but I wish I could turn off the ball launch-zoom!

    Thx in advance
    Nupsi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nupsi View Post
    I know this is a pretty old thread but the ball launcher-zoom in cabinet mode is driving me nuts too. The special event-zoom is fine, but I wish I could turn off the ball launch-zoom!

    Thx in advance
    Nupsi
    March 11, 2019
    Agreed. I have a cabinet built and this ball launcher zoom behavior just ruins the cabinet experience. I know the potential is there to disable that because on ball save it simply launches the ball onto the playfield. Is there any plans at all to address this? I have spent $200+ on all the tables.

    Thx.

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