Re: [Flightgear-devel] Changes in sound positioning and orientation

2008-08-24 Thread Erik Hofman
Erik Hofman wrote: Erik Hofman wrote: +X = down, -X = up Shoot, this should be: -X = down, +X = up This is getting embarrassing .. forget about it, it was described properly (just like in the README file). It's getting worse, there were local changes in my SimGear tree that

[Flightgear-devel] Changes in sound positioning and orientation

2008-08-22 Thread Erik Hofman
Hi, There turned out to be a problem in the documentation about sound positioning and orientation that is fixed now. This affects probably most aircraft that are available (which is very unfortunate) but the sound must have been wrong all along. One thing was that inner-cone and outer-cone

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Changes in sound positioning and orientation

2008-08-22 Thread gerard robin
On ven 22 août 2008, Erik Hofman wrote: Hi, There turned out to be a problem in the documentation about sound positioning and orientation that is fixed now. This affects probably most aircraft that are available (which is very unfortunate) but the sound must have been wrong all along. One

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Changes in sound positioning and orientation

2008-08-22 Thread Erik Hofman
Erik Hofman wrote: Hi, There turned out to be a problem in the documentation about sound positioning and orientation that is fixed now. This affects probably most aircraft that are available (which is very unfortunate) but the sound must have been wrong all along. One thing was that

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Changes in sound positioning and orientation

2008-08-22 Thread Erik Hofman
Erik Hofman wrote: +X = down, -X = up Shoot, this should be: -X = down, +X = up This is getting embarrassing .. forget about it, it was described properly (just like in the README file). - This SF.Net email

Re: [Flightgear-devel] Changes in sound positioning and orientation

2008-08-22 Thread Erik Hofman
Another update: the inner-angle and outer-angle range from 0-180 degrees instead of 0-360 degrees. Erik - This SF.Net email is sponsored by the Moblin Your Move Developer's challenge Build the coolest Linux based