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Started by Bluestar, Wed, 22 Jun 2022 16:11
Quote from: Bluestar on Wed, 22 Jun 2022 16:11... the right throttle lever also moves the FLAPS assigned earlier ...
Quote... unable to find Reverser 1 & 2 and Reverser 3 & 4 ...
QuoteI was unable to locate an assignment for the Parking Brake in the USB drop down menu.
QuoteI was unable to get the Gear Cycle to work correctly with the Gear Lever on the PFC.
Quote from: Hardy Heinlin on Wed, 22 Jun 2022 23:01I'm not sure what you mean by the word "position" ("position 5 and position 6") in the context of the word "line" (line 140). In your comment, do they have the same meaning -- "position" and "line"?So do you have at least 140 USB items on the USB list?Does it look like this?...Item #5 = Left throttle?Item #6 = Right throttle?...etc....Item #140 = Flap lever?...Or, by "position 5 and 6", do you mean flap lever positions? (Flaps 20 and 25?)The flap calibration feature is only available for the slider which is assigned to "Flaps" on the axis pop-up menu.The axis pop-up menu I mean is the one that provides these functions:------------------OffElevatorAileronetc.etc.FlapsThrottles 1 & 2Throttles 3 & 4------------------Are we on the same page?An axis item is an item that provides a "Calibrate" button, followed by a USB signal indicator, followed by a pop-up menu. On this menu you may select "Flaps".All other items are button items. Those have no "Calibrate" button.|-|ardy
Quote from: Hardy Heinlin on Thu, 23 Jun 2022 16:24Bizarre.You are not running more than one PSX instance at a time, are you? I mean, you're not running two or more networked PSX instances on the computer where your USB stuff is plugged in?Could you please post the text stored in the following files?Aerowinx/Developers/USB-Detect.txtAerowinx/Logs/errors.txtThank you.|-|ardy(The term "slider" is used for all axes that have no centering function. E.g. aileron, rudder, elevator are axes. Throttles, speedbrake, flaps, toe brakes are sliders.)
Quote from: Will on Thu, 23 Jun 2022 22:04Here is a way to post images to the forum:https://aerowinx.com/board/index.php?topic=1744.0
Quote from: Hardy Heinlin on Thu, 23 Jun 2022 22:33The problem is that this erroneous flap lever signal is coming from a third-party Java interface which lies outside my coding scope. I might fix the problem if it were on the PSX assignment side of the system. But it's on the input signal side which I can't monitor nor analyse.PSX obviously detects the "existence" of all hardware parts correctly; each part becomes an individual list item in the sim's detection text and on the sim's USB page. The only unusual effect being the flap lever's live signal coming in on an already occupied throttle channel.Sherlock Holmes mode: I'm asking myself, what's so special in room #141 compared to the others? #141 is the only case where the function name and the part name are identical: They both read "slider". (Not, for example, "rz" and "Z Rotation", but "slider" and "Slider"; aside from the second name starting with a capital.)If that could be a problem in the Java USB interface, let's see if there's a similar problem on your Saitek device. There you have another "slider" double name on the 4th Saitek part:Saitek X52 Flight Control System | Stick | 0 | Unknown | y; Y Axis; (analog)Saitek X52 Flight Control System | Stick | 0 | Unknown | x; X Axis; (analog)Saitek X52 Flight Control System | Stick | 0 | Unknown | rz; Z Rotation; (analog)Saitek X52 Flight Control System | Stick | 0 | Unknown | slider; Slider; (analog)Just for a test: Have you assigned anything there and does it work correctly?|-|ardy
Quote from: Bluestar on Fri, 24 Jun 2022 02:47It appears the coder added the USB value for Flaps and Right Throttle to Line 140. The Right Throttle was coded correctly to Line 140. Flaps should have been coded to Line 141 but it wasn't, it was coded to Line 140 in error.