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Help, FGCamera, how?

Postby Buzz » Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:31 pm

Hi everyone, I'm new to the Flightgear forum but am definitely an old hand at Flightgear. I run flightgear on a MacBook pro 2.2gz intel core i7, 16gb memory with awn intel iris pro 1536mb graphics card running macOS sierra 10.12.

I have recently upgraded to flightgear 2017.3.1 and have been trying to install FGcamera. Everything goes okay until I get to the the 6th step which says "Use FG ROOT/Nasal/fgcamera/fgcamera_cfg as config. If you use fgrun, open advanced settings, go to "General" and select config path (point to fgcamera_cfg.xml)"

I have no idea what this means or how to implement it on a mac, and would appreciate a more detailed explanation. Thanks
Buzz
 
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