Just uncheck the box, from where you installed it
Otherwise you can move your head with holding your mouse wheel and move your mouse and also hold and rotate your mouse wheel
You are not flying towards the steerpoint so if you want to be 100% correct it shouldn’t even tell a time since you will never arrive over the steerpoint. The system also doesn’t know what kind of deviation you are taking from the route, so it cannot give you a correct time.
It should however correct itself once you fly towards the point and pass it within a reasonable amount of distance and then the system can give you a correct time if you will actually pass the steerpoint.
It might be possible that the system deconstructs the velocity vector and uses the component that points to the steerpoint to calculate the time. So the higher the offset, the slower the velocity towards the steerpoint the higher the time (but this is my theory, though by looking at your pics this does not seem to be the case)
@ramahan It depends on the block version you fly if you get the old HSI or newer EHSI.
Also worth noting is that in the picture you posted, that’s BMS 4.32? But it’s basically a really old version of BMS that might not had the EHSI implemented.
But if you want to change the mode on the EHSI, simply press the “M” button below the EHSI.