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P3D v 3.2, TRIR, EZCA, Saitek SSI, & ASN

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I have a question for anyone with P3D v 3.2 not 3.3, the latest EZCA, the latest Track IR, the latest ASN, and Saitek's SSI.

 

This is intermittent.

 

Is there a certain start sequence for some of these?

 

Do I start P3D first, then Track IR, then ASN?

 

It seems sometimes EZCA will not work with Track IR on, my views will not change with Saitek button presses until I shut down Track IR.  But when I re-engage it it prevents me from using those buttons assigned to my yoke and quadrant.

 

It's very odd.

 

I have made a complete list of ALL the Button assignments and printed it out as well as a complete list of keys used in EZCA and keys used in SSI.  They all mesh fine and I have no conflicting keyboard key assignments but it seems that Track IR blocks my button assignments if I don't start TRIR AFTER I start P3D v 3.2.

 

Of course EZCA starts automatically.

It seems an interface problem between TRIR and EZCA.

 

Anyone?

 

Thanks

 

Jack.

 

PS: P3D v 3.3 is for now out of the question.  I'm so new to P3D I don't want all the hassles with my add-ons not working.

 

Everything in FSX with the new EZCA and TRIR works fine.

 


Jack Sawyer

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