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Re: Force Feedback support

#41 Post by 50keda » 09 Sep 2017 10:13

You mean ofiicially? Well I guess there will come a time in the future that FFB will be revisited, or not... The point is that current one works, but yeah I agree supric one is more likable ;)

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Re: Force Feedback support

#42 Post by Oscar » 09 Sep 2017 12:46

Yup that's what I meant. The FFB in a game that has the word 'simulator' in its title is worth a relook, IMO.
What I say is mostly accurate.
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Re: Force Feedback support

#43 Post by 50keda » 09 Sep 2017 20:24

Sure it is and is on the to do list, but as you may also know there exists one important word: priorities ;)

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Re: Force Feedback support

#44 Post by Oscar » 10 Sep 2017 15:34

Certainly. Like the heavy duty front bumper for the Scanias (in your profile pic) :lol:
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Re: Force Feedback support

#45 Post by alexxxx » 10 Sep 2017 16:59

There should definitely be something done about the lack of it at all on Linux though, it's a bit sub-standard. This plugin does a good job though :) Shame about the source, but are you planning on continuing it with the rest of the features? Thanks.

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Re: Force Feedback support

#46 Post by 50keda » 10 Sep 2017 18:16

@alex: it depends on what I will be able to do in linux. I already looked into the LEDs but it's not that straight forward to implement them, if at all. So not sure how far I will be able to push the plugin ;)

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Re: Force Feedback support

#47 Post by alexxxx » 10 Sep 2017 22:42

I don't think LEDs are particularly important, but the different surface rumbles would be good.

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Re: Force Feedback support

#48 Post by Edwin » 25 Sep 2017 23:11

50keda wrote:
15 Aug 2017 18:17
@Edwin: is it okay if I send it to you via PM?
I thought that plugin depended on telemetry. Is that working in Linux now?

I'm definitely interested though.

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Re: Force Feedback support

#49 Post by 50keda » 26 Sep 2017 08:03

@Edwin: yep telemetry is was released for Linux some time ago ;) Just edited wiki page to make it more obvious: http://modding.scssoft.com/wiki/Documen ... /Telemetry

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Re: Force Feedback support

#50 Post by Asfhy » 03 Oct 2017 06:24

Hi, I'm new on the forum; but I have a Logitech Driving Force GT and I'm an ATS and ETS2 gamer on Linux. Also I'm Software Developer (But last year on my job we only use Java), so I may be able to help on testing and/or developping this. Can I help o test it in some way? Thanks in advance ^_^

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