(Updated Oct 2019) How to assign a button to the MCG brake lever (and an extra button to the MCG PRO trigger)

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Re: How to assign a button to the MCG brake lever

Postby Radsoc » Sun Aug 18, 2019 12:22

For the Fat Mamba it worked by setting Reg N to 5 from 4, and doing nothing more. 33-34 is already assigned by rdr trim anyway. Then it regs as 57-58. However, 57 is already foldable trigger up. So, disabling 57 in the physical layer profile #Reg8 Line 1: NoF makes sense.

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Re: (Updated Oct 2019) How to assign a button to the MCG brake lever (and an extra button to the MCG PRO trigger)

Postby pablete » Sun Sep 13, 2020 18:38

When setting 3 positions on the trigger I see strange behavior. It is normal? I attach an image
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Re: (Updated Oct 2019) How to assign a button to the MCG brake lever (and an extra button to the MCG PRO trigger)

Postby fallout9 » Sun Sep 13, 2020 19:23

First of all, the secondary trigger is also an axis and has to get calibrated - yours show that it haven't been calibrated; please see the guide on how to calibrate the MCG Pro and follow it without skipping any steps.
Second, there are some options to configure the secondary trigger:
- Enable MCG Pro Trigger: has to be checked in order for the secondary trigger to work;
- Safe: if checked the logical button 25 will be activated when the trigger is in position;
- Armed: if checked the logical button 28 will be activated when the trigger is in position;
- Fire 1: if checked the logical button 26 will be activated when the trigger is in position; it also has a slider which could be adjusted to set up the button position the trigger axis;
- Fire 2: if checked the logical button 27 will be activated when the trigger is in position; it also has a slider which could be adjusted to set up the button position on the trigger axis;
There's also a Pulse check box - if checked then the inputs will just flash instead of staying on when trigger is in assigned position.
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Re: (Updated Oct 2019) How to assign a button to the MCG brake lever (and an extra button to the MCG PRO trigger)

Postby pablete » Mon Sep 14, 2020 0:59

Sorry, Where does it say that it is not calibrated?

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Re: (Updated Oct 2019) How to assign a button to the MCG brake lever (and an extra button to the MCG PRO trigger)

Postby Ron61 » Mon Sep 14, 2020 9:08

These identical numbers (255) indicate that the axis is not calibrated.

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Re: (Updated Oct 2019) How to assign a button to the MCG brake lever (and an extra button to the MCG PRO trigger)

Postby pablete » Mon Sep 14, 2020 15:49

Ook, thanks for the information, it has been really very useful!


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