Experimental drivers for Logitech Force Feedback wheels

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Edwin
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Experimental drivers for Logitech Force Feedback wheels

#1 Post by Edwin » 21 Feb 2016 16:44

For those that really want to try ATS with force feedback on Logitech wheels, I put together a package to build and load improved/new versions of the driver that support everything ATS needs.

Go to this post on Steam for more information:

http://steamcommunity.com/groups/linuxf ... 235574471/


WARNING:

This package was only tested by me and it may fail or have nasty side effects. Additionally, ATS was never actually tested with full FF support, so it's force feedback support is extremely unbalanced and in some parts even broken. Although it's not quite as bad as ETS2, don't expect miracles at this time. If you still want to try, set your force feedback slider to approximately 5% before trying and try to everything from there.

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Re: Experimental drivers for Logitech Force Feedback wheels

#2 Post by codr » 23 Feb 2016 14:29

Awesome man. Thanks for this. I'll be giving it a go over the next couple of days.

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Re: Experimental drivers for Logitech Force Feedback wheels

#3 Post by xpander » 14 Mar 2016 10:58

sadly i havent been able to get it working with my Logitech Driving Force GT
will investigate deeper when i have more time.
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Re: Experimental drivers for Logitech Force Feedback wheels

#4 Post by Edwin » 15 Mar 2016 10:44

I have a DFGT as well, so I should be able to check. If you make a post about what's going wrong, I'll try to help figure out how to make it work.

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