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  1. VirtualFly Ruddo. These are the only ones (that I know, at least) that are using the pressure sensors on the brake axis rather than the angle sensors. So with the Ruddos you need to put the pressure on the pedals to increase the braking effect- exactly like with the real plane (or the car, if you like😀). On all the other pedals the braking effect is proportional to pedal travel, which is not too realistic...
  2. Well, I wouldn't call it a friction. as you'll just need a bit more force to move the lever, but the movement will be much more smooth due to an extremely high viscosity of Nyogel. So the small changes will be even easier to make, as you'll have a better controlled lever resistance.
  3. Here you can see the internals of the module where also the grooves are visible. Actually the pictures show the mod with the original potentiometers replaced by AS5600 magnetic sensors which eliminates all the pot's spiking/ wear issues. The mod details are described here. I used the AS5600 modules of my own design but also the ones from Aliexpress or Amazon can be used (the green board on one of the pictures); the PCB is very small and needs just a minor trimming to fit the module.
  4. No. Nyogel 767A is a good damping grease, but to make it work with a TQ you'll have to disassemble the unit first, taking our the lever modules. Then each of the modules has to be taken apart (two halves held by two screws and some kind of rubber-like glue at one point; easy enough) and you'll see the grooved tracks where the original grease is placed. Remove it and re-grease the tracks with Nyogel. I did it when modifying my TQ and it works quite well.
  5. Oh yes! It's unsigned by default, so I should have defined the offset address as 0BC2:2:i:s... Thanks a lot!
  6. Hello Fragtality! One more question. As I realized, only positive values of the variables from P3D offsets are displayed properly (I've tried Display Value and Display Gauge actions with Vertical Speed and Stab Trim Position offsets). When the value goes negative the display jumps to 65XXX- type values. Is there a workaround or maybe I'm missing something again? Should I provide the Log files?
  7. Many thanks again! As usual, the RTFM rule works (if nothing else helps, Read The F...ng Manual😁). Adding the Offset Length did the trick. Please keep up the great work that you are doing for the community!
  8. Thanks a lot, I'll check that. Will check it as well.
  9. Sure, here they are: StreamDeck log, PilotsDeck log. It is, and all the displays/ LEDs on the hardware devices based on MobiFlight platform are working fine. Besides, the values are not showing on the default AC's (like COM Radio button on the default Cessna). Offsets tried as "6C14" and "0x6C14" with BCD Decode on and off; LVAR as "DOOR_annunFWD_ENTRY" as defined in PMDG 737 SDK. The Stream Deck software is run "as admin". I'll try running the plugin as admin as well. One additional thing that comes into my mind is that the name of my user account is written in Cyrillic letters. Not sure if it could be the reason...
  10. Hello Fragtality and thanks for the great plugin! Still on P3Dv4.5 here with FSUIPC 6. While the controls are working flawlessly (using the Event ID's) I cannot get any values to be displayed. I've tried the simple Display Value action type with either PMDG's 737NGXu offsets (like 0x6C14 or 6C14 for the front door open/ closed annunciator) or the LVAR name for the same action (DOOR_annunFWD_ENTRY). The button displays always shows 0 (after the A/C is initiated; the three dots are showing prior to that). I've also tried the standard FSUIPC offsets (like the COM radio action with 0x034E and 0x311A offsets for Active and Standby frequencies or simply a Clock Seconds value- 0x023A offset)- always 0 is shown. Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.
  11. It's a metric M5 grub screw. I'd expect that any hardware shop would sell them or at least the regular M5 screws that can be used as well (while being not so nice visually...).
  12. Dimension: Width: 50.5cm/19.9inch Height: 13cm/5.1inch Length: 11.5cm/4.5inch (from the same link that you've provided).
  13. The problem here is the particular part (connector) choice. There are RJ-45 connectors that have a metal screening bracket/ cover around the plastic body which should be soldered to the oversized "ground" pads on the PCB. These connectors are virtually indestructible, while a tad more expensive...
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