16/02/2018 at 22:53 #734
Since the release of the FlightFactor A320 I’m having to use VJoy because, for some reason, this aircraft does not recognise any inputs when connecting using the standard CLS2Sim X-Plane route 🙁
But, unfortunately, the VJoy doesn’t appear to send the brake pedal signal…is this right? Is there anything I can do to get the pedals working please?
Ady17/02/2018 at 19:02 #735
Had the following reply from FlightFactor:
This is because we are using XP datarefs for controls directly.
You can use virtual driver https://cls2sim.brunner-innovation.swiss/VirtualJoystick.htm
Or contact developers, and request a list of datarefs, that we can use for input and detection of this devices.
Do you think Brunner might be able to work with them to provide details for integrating CLS2Sim datarefs with this new Airbus aircraft? With the release of the CLS-E Joystick for Airbus, this could be a great collaboration.
Ady19/02/2018 at 08:53 #736sbrunnerKeymaster
The Brakes of the Rudder are directly mappable in X-Plane when it is connected over USB
The rudder is also a Game controller…
Stefan Brunner19/02/2018 at 08:55 #737
Except that I connect to the CLS-E devices through Ethernet as this seems a more consistent and stable connection. I had a few issues where my computer woudn’t Start when the pedals were connected to it via USB.
The FlightFactor developers have offered to collaborate with you and Diego to integrate the CLS2Sim DataRefs into their aircraft. Would you be happy to do that please?
Ady19/02/2018 at 09:08 #738sbrunnerKeymaster
We use the standard DataRefs for the brakes
Value is written here:
Is set to 1:
Stefan Brunner19/02/2018 at 09:16 #739
Many thanks for the info – I’ll pass it on. Actually, though, it’s not just the brakes but everything that doesn’t work when connecting CLS2Sim to X-Plane with this aircraft. I can only get it to work at all with vJoy.
Could you please provide details of the other DataRefs and I’ll pass those on to FlightFactor? I’ll see if, maybe, they can provide you guys with a developer version of their aircraft so you can see more closely why it isn’t working?
Thanks for your help!
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