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Linda module for VrInsight CDUII

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HiDoes anyone else here be able to make a module for CDUII?Best Fredrik


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From our FAQ:

Supported hardware:
  • Any generic HID devices recognized by DirectInput as joysticks (LINDA is not using DirectInput though)
  • VRinsight MCP Combo
  • VRinsight MCP Combo II (Boeing type)

so, except the listed Combos, no other Hardware from VRInsight is supported!

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HiSo if CDUII is a generic HID devices can the cduii works for LINDA!?Best Fredrik


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Hello Frederik,

So if CDUII is a generic HID devices can the cduii works for LINDA!?
yes, but I doubt, it is one?And what surely id not working is the display!!! You just can use the buttons if they would be recognized by FSUIPC ...So, seems a bit useless then.Maybe Andydigital jumps in here!? ..

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The CDU2 is not a HID device but FSUIPC fully supports it already and LINDA already possesses the feature to move an FMC panel display window to the CDU2 automatically with its 2d panel position saving and restoring facility.


Cheers, Andy.

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HiI find the FSUIPC hard to see what you have programmed in there maybe I have not yet discovered the power of fsuipc?!Best Fredrik


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Any version from the last couple of years, you will need to read the manual though it's not just a case of plugging the thing in and expecting it to appear like a joystick when you press the buttons.


Cheers, Andy.

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Sorry for the dubble posts!


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Andydigital has right, It is a lot of programing in FSUIPC but in the end I do hope it will be all worth it!Best Fredrik


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