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So do I need to set the numbers…save them…then restart for the changes to take effect?
Maybe that was the problem. I did not restart the computer after I made the changes. I saved them. Closed the room config and then opened FSX.
Search "roomconfig" from your desktop and it should pull up the Room Configuration Tool. Make sure the inputs are same for the GC2, GC3, and GCQuad. I was having an issue where the numbers weren't updating after inputting them in the GC3/Launch Pro dropdown and a Foresight Rep told me that the software was pulling the numbers from the GCQuad settings even though I am using a Launch Pro and not a Quad.
I think there is a bug in the latest version of FSX and the Room Config tool. My hitting location is offset from center and the latest version reset it. In order to get it back offset, I had to use much larger values than reality in the "DX" box in order to get it back to where I needed it. You do not need to restart, but you need to shut down FSX, open room config tool in admin mode, save, re open fsx, check, and tweak from there until you get it where you want..
Appreciate the info. Not sure why FS could not add the config tool to FSX making it easier to adjust on the fly instead of all the steps that are currently needed plus just trying locate the dang thing in your PC files.