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Thread: Fish Tales motion on Cabinet

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    Default Fish Tales motion on Cabinet

    Is there any way to disable the constant zooming motion on this table while in cabinet mode?
    I have never experienced motion sickness in my life before but honestly got a headache and felt sick to my stomach from all the zooming in and out and around. Especially when there was no reason because everything was already on the screen....

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    Try a different camera view.

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    They all have it. Some more than others but none of them are like the original Zen Tables.
    WAY to much table movement. I can't play the table any more. Literally made me ill. That's never happened to me before and I have every table they make for both Pinball FX2 and Pinball FX3. Thing is the table is moving for no reason. I can see the entire table but it is still jumping around...

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    i use it in a cabinet , view 2 is better for me , and no movement. with the B button you can disable the animations , and no zoom for lock for example in fish tale etc

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    I think you need to be a bit more descriptive with the issue you are having if you are expecting any assistance.

    What view are you using? (1, 1w, 2 and 8 has no camera movement)

    Are you referring to the action/dynamic camera that focuses on events on the table? For example on Fish Tales, when you lock a ball, the game zooms in on the lock/reel. (I really think that is the only action event on the table I can think of, and maybe when you need to 'launch ball', though I believe Classic Mode disables movement)

    Or are you talking about some kind of other "constant zooming motion", possibly get a video of it happening so we can see.
    Is the screen just moving up to look at the backglass? This is done with the right thumb stick, which you might be using for your analog ball launcher. But you haven't described your setup in detail so it's hard to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefb View Post
    i use it in a cabinet , view 2 is better for me , and no movement. with the B button you can disable the animations , and no zoom for lock for example in fish tale etc
    Thanks. I don’t know how I missed view 2 but that works for me

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