I am not entirely sure if the exact Problem wich is described above has been fixed or if there was a major change in the software wich now enables me to fix this problem but here is a fix for anybody intrested in using Easy View 2 with Movingheads, Scanners or anything really that has a PAN TILT functionality.
The Mistake wich causes the problem is truly present in the SSL files. As discovered above many SSL files contain wrong information about the PAN TILT function.
When testing my own 3D Simulation of the Stage I am currently working on I had the exact same Issue as described above. The SSL file contains a PAN value of 360° and a TILT value of 220°.Wich is simply wrong. For most users this does not matter at all. This does in no way interfere with the functionality of a moving head. Just when loading it into Easy View the Problem really shows its Face.
Easy View thinks that my Moving Head will be at a certain position when I Input the Max Value while it actually moves further. I will add an Ilustration wich explains it.
The Solution is quite easy. Changing the SSL file should obviously fix it but if you want to fix it without even leaving Easy View 2 simply edit the Settings of the affected Fixture and you will see the correct input immiediatly. Just input the correct values in Easy View or the SSL file and the problem is gone.
If Easy View thinks the Moving Head turned for x amount of degrees but it actually turns for y amount of degrees, the simulation cannot match.
Have a nice day. Oh and Dashlight. It would be nice if somebody took a look at the SSL files for everything that PAN´s and TILT´s. It seems like there are a few mistakes there.