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Re: Questions and Answers

Postby rtrski » Thu Jun 07, 2018 18:39

I think the reference to a swappable button means that they provide different color hat options.

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Re: Questions and Answers

Postby Ishtaru » Fri Jun 08, 2018 0:00

Not how i read it. But there is a solution on the horizon. If you replace the thumb hat with the index finger hat, you will achieve what i want. The only problem is, that the index finger hat is kind of sharp or pointy. But it should be no problem to sand it flat like a normal button. And it will be easy to switch back to a 4 way hat + push. Exactly how i wanted. ;)

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Re: Questions and Answers

Postby TheAlchemist » Tue Jun 12, 2018 3:48

Ron61 wrote:
TheAlchemist wrote:I have several config files that I use for different games and to try out different things. Would it be possible to have the current cfg file in view, perhaps next to the device being used.


On page 18 of the manual, this is written if I understand your question correctly. After performing these actions, when the profile is downloaded, the number and name will be displayed in the configurator accordingly.
Here, for example, is a piece of my zconfig.ini. Works great.

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I was thinking it would appear in the VKB Device Config screen where it shows the firmware etc.

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Re: Questions and Answers

Postby Ron61 » Wed Jun 13, 2018 14:57

It appears in the configurator (and changes, correspondingly to the loaded profile), slightly lower.

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Re: Questions and Answers

Postby aniron » Tue Aug 21, 2018 9:42

Would there be any possibility of a DIY grip kit similar to the Warthog adapter, to be built into customer-built grips for more obscure aircraft?

Basically the mechanical fastener coupled to a circuit board to which buttons, pots and/or hall sensors could be attached.

Seems a terrible waste to have to gut an MCG simply to build an RAF spade grip with analog brake - if that is even possible due to lack of schematics and space-optimized electronics.


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