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Well, I successfully installed MFS into a separate user account to avoid conflicts with P3D and everything went fine. However, I appear to be at an impasse because a while back I modified my Logitech yoke to be more accurate (which it is) and with less resistance (which it does). MSF recognizes the BU0836-LC controller chip that I installed, but it has no idea what to do with it! Ah, the dangers of hot-rodding to non-spec configurations... 🙂 I guess I am okay, though - I was accepted as a Fulcrum yoke early-access customer, and with the Honeycomb Bravo unit going live for pre-orders in September, I think I can wait. Before I crashed because I overshot the runway @ KRHV with no elevator control I was impressed with MSF. It did an excellent job of mapping the airport and surroundings, had a undulating runway, and the DA-62 was very nice looking. Slow, but nice looking.
Hello everybody! So here I am again asking the community for help regarding my setup. I have Fsuipc and linda setup in my pc and all is good up to this point. I have built myself an fcu for an a320 with rotary encoders from ebay and plug and play leo bodnar 32 button interface. I connected the wires from the encoders to the interface and then I connected it to the pc and it works. Linda sees it and I can use everything in fsx, all good. Here's the problem and I'll make an example to make it easier to understand.When I try to use the rotary encoders, lets the one connected to position 13 and 14(speed), it doesn't work properly(this happens both in fsx and in linda). If I twist it clockwise it won't go 14,14,14,14 but it will go 14,13,14,13,14,13. Same in the other direction, it won't go 13,13,13,13 but it'll go 13,14,13,14 meaning that the speed value will change by 1 but it will come back by one let's say 100,101,100,101. Does anyone know what the problem could be? Is it the Leo bodnar interface? Are the encoders not good(all of them behave like this)? Thank you very much in advance for your help!