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About Fusedspine33

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  1. Yes those terminal blocks look more durable than the ones I have found. If your friend could provide the source it would be appreciated.
  2. Evil, can you post a link the part used to add screw terminals to your BBI-32. Thanks
  3. Leo Bodnar cards allow you to flash the firmware with unique numeric identifiers to prevent what is happening to your input cards.
  4. So many ways to skin this cat. Leo Bodnar Cards for switches, rotaries , potentiometers this allows you to use your switches with any module. There are other brands but Bodnar allows you to flash the firmware assigning a specific number to each card preventing Windows from randomly reassigning input profiles between cards. and DCSBios for Displays. Lots of threads to be read here to get you started. You can use DCSBios for switches but it locks you into a single aircraft for now.
  5. The mission editor is worth having a look at. It seems daunting at first but you can make all the missions you could ever want. Plus gain the entertainment of learning how use it, because it isn't intuitive...more like learning hieroglyphics. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  6. Found the thread on Tapatalk. Can't stand the new forum. Will have to see what new is coming. Will send a copy of my working sketch via pm Monday. I have only worked with the F-18 DCSBios exports and The A-10 is the one I have seen that exports the caution panel in banks of data. The F-18 uses individually addressable light locations and they are lit by using the 7219 matrix x/y positions for up to 64 possible lights. You can run a pair off LEDs off each location in the matrix. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  7. Your code post is a run on sentence. There is some code in your post I see and recognize from a prior thread on the A-10 caution panel. So the second question remains is this your actual code or something you are trying to use. I used a 7219 for my panel lights. Happy to help if your want Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. Any chance you could post a screenshot of your Arduino IDE page. This is a bit difficult to read. Did you write this or are you trying to make another sketch work? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. We are kind of shooting in the dark. Is there a check trim notice at the bottom of the left DDI Could be control binding issues too. Could have a reversed axis or multiple axis bound to the same input. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. Are you setting your takeoff trim for your actual takeoff weight? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. Charley, I get the frustration, but.... please attach your logs as requested so it doesn't become "your" problem again. We are the beta testers and BN is trying to help but he can't see anything without your logs. BigNewy, Somehow DCS is being delivered to Government agencies using VR, so we can glean that if it works in VR for them it should work for us. Without disclosing confidential government info or being perceived as providing product endorsements could ED create a sticky that; 1. Describes the PC it would deliver to a customer, component by component that works in VR;
  12. If you are having power issues you could try moving up to an Uno and attaching an external power supply. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. To me the more options the merrier, IF, an airframe can and has used the weapon , even proof of concept, cuz playing test pilot is fun too, then why not. But.... these should be added after the module has exited EA and had all features in the original specs implemented to prevent mission/module creep. If you don't like it you don't have to use it. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  14. Bottom left rocker switch, I think it's gain? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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