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#21 mikew

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 10:06 AM

Have you been through the joystick calibration routine in the EF2000 Config program?



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Posted 25 September 2013 - 10:08 AM

Yes I have. Is there something that I should check in particular?



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Posted 25 September 2013 - 10:08 AM

I have a SWFFB2 myself, and I've confirmed that it works with EF2000 Reloaded.  The default DOSBox settings (ch and swap34) are fine for the FFB2.

 

If you have trouble calibrating the joystick in the EF2000 config program, then you may need to select "timed" for the first calibration attempt and then deselect "timed" for your final calibration attempt. 

 

If you calibrated properly but the controller is still acting up in-game, then try ALT+C to center the joystick in-game.

 

See the EF2000 Reloaded Manual page 13 for more details.


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Posted 25 September 2013 - 10:49 AM

Seems to be working quite well now.

 

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 12:13 PM

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 08:34 PM

Hi guys,

 

I have a microsoft sidewinder force feedback 2 joystick and I cannot get it to work right. If selected, as an option via the inflight settings menu, the joystick does nothing plus the aircraft keeps whirling. If the keyboard is selected instead then everything is ok. Is there any way to set my joystick corectly?

 

Thanks in advance

My Sidewinder Precision 2 Joystick works and I'm running Win8 x64bit.

Have you selected joystick from the joystick/keyboard option from the Preference page of the Confing option in the DOSBox Main menu Config Toolbox?


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Posted 26 September 2013 - 08:40 AM

Yes, I had Wombat but my settings in the dosbox configuration menu were not right. Thanks to Home Fries everything is ok now.



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Posted 26 September 2013 - 09:43 AM

Just curious, manmacgr:  what was the issue?  This is for tracking purposes so I can come up with a general troubleshooting procedure.


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Posted 26 September 2013 - 10:11 AM

Just curious, manmacgr:  what was the issue?  This is for tracking purposes so I can come up with a general troubleshooting procedure.

Just an aside with the Sidewinder. I am now using the "ch" option and reversing axis 3 and 4, but I couldn't get the HAT to work until I activated the "Flightstick Pro" option.


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Partitioned HDD:

Software, 1st partition: XP Home SP3 32bit OS  with3.25Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4, nGlide Wrapper 1600x1200 (Gamma Correction 1.2).

Software, 2nd partition: Vista Home Premium SP2 64bit OS with 6Gb available memory running DCSWorld plus DCS FC3.
 

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Software: Win8.1 64-bit OS with 15.9Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4 Patch, nGlide Wrapper 1920 x 1080 (Gamma Correction 0.7) Res. and DCSWorld plus DCS FC3.
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Posted 26 September 2013 - 10:23 AM

You mean in the EF2000 "Config" program, right?

 

From p. 13 of the Reloaded manual:

 

Finally, you will be asked if you have a Flightstick Pro. If your controller has a Hat Switch (and you kept the controller as “ch” in your DOSBox options), answer yes.

 

Not being a smart-ass.  Since you're a fellow technical writer, how would you better phrase this for clarity (I probably did this section late at night).


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Posted 26 September 2013 - 11:03 AM

Ah! No ..... I couldn't put it better.  Its just that I hadn't looked at page 13 ....... :blush: It was just of passing interest that I fiddled with the Sidewinder following manmacgr question.


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Partitioned HDD:

Software, 1st partition: XP Home SP3 32bit OS  with3.25Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4, nGlide Wrapper 1600x1200 (Gamma Correction 1.2).

Software, 2nd partition: Vista Home Premium SP2 64bit OS with 6Gb available memory running DCSWorld plus DCS FC3.
 

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15.6" (16 x 9) 1920 x 1080 HD anti-glare LCD screen, Intel ® Core ™ i7-3630QM 3rd Gen 3630QM Intel Core X64-based CPU, Intel HM76 Chipset with Turbo Drive Engine and Cooler Boost Technology, 16Gb DDR3 1600MHz Memory in two slots, NVIDIA Geforce GTX660M 3D Graphics Card with Direct X11, 2Gb GDDR5 Graphics VRAM, 750Gb SATA 7200 rpm HDD, Blue-Ray Optical drive, Saitek X52 joystick (alternatively, MS Sidewinder), Sierra USB Telstra 4G wireless modem (or WiFi in Bali).

Software: Win8.1 64-bit OS with 15.9Gb available memory running TAW2.0 Ed:2.20 Baseline + 2.21 Patch + 2.22a Patch + 2.30beta4 Patch, nGlide Wrapper 1920 x 1080 (Gamma Correction 0.7) Res. and DCSWorld plus DCS FC3.
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Posted 04 October 2013 - 12:12 AM

Thanks Home Fries.  Will try it when I get home.  I have been using Autokey and the F15, F16 and F17 keys for tracker as they don't interfere with the game keys and Tracker recognizes them even though they are not on my keyboard.  I just assign a key to these F keys and autokey runs the key and sends the info to tracker. 

 

Is it possible to get rudder pedals/brakes to work when they are not connected to the joystick/throttle?

I have the WH joystick/throttle combined as ID #1 and it seems to work fine. However, nothing I seem to do will get my CH rudder pedals/brakes to be recognized. I read that the game only sees one ID-is that correct?

 

 

I've used JoyID in conjunction with Universal Joystick Remapper. Work great in both EF2000 and TAW. I can use My HOTAS WH with Saitek Combat Pedals.

Here is the link:

http://www.wingmante...JoyIDs_Utility:

http://www.autohotke...per-using-vjoy/

 

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Posted 04 October 2013 - 12:18 AM

 

The Air Dominance Project is proud to announce the release of

EF2000 Reloaded

 

Choose a Download Mirror (file size 64Mb):

EF2000_Reloaded_104_Installer.exe (GameFront)

EF2000_Reloaded_104_Installer.exe (Box.com)

EF2000_Reloaded_104_Installer.exe (MediaFire)

 

The heart of EF2000 Reloaded is a special version of DOSBox written by our own mikew1, with 3DFX code optimized for EF2000 and a VFX1 emulation routine that allows the use of TrackIR in Enhanced Mode.

For the first time, you can run EF2000 V2.0 for 3DFX/GFX+ in Windows XP or later, with no graphical artifacts or appreciable slowdown. Additionally, the resolution upscaling addresses the image at the 3DFX polygon level, and not at the output level, making for a much better upscaling experience. Mikew's DOSBox for EF2000 is truly the Holy Grail EF2000 fans have been waiting for!

No Air Dominance Project release is complete without a front end, and EF2000 Reloaded is no exception. EF2000 Reloaded includes a front end/launcher to accompany mikew's DOSBox for EF2000. In addition to taking care of the required DOSBox parameters and providing a GUI to customize your DOSBox Conf file, the EF2000 Launcher adds the following features:

  • Supports three separate installs of EF2000 (original DOS, TACTCOM, and GFX+2).
  • Integrated multiplayer front end allows hassle free IPX emulation over TCP/IP, with a "phone book" for your friends' IPXNet servers.
  • Option to manage separate single player and multiplayer campaigns for each EF2000 install.
  • Custom Campaign Creator allows custom scenarios based on the scenarios from Strategic Command for EF2000.
  • Basic Campaign Editor allows you to adjust difficulty level, player influence, and player score.
  • Includes Super Revive by Brett Luck for in-depth campaign edits.

 

Notes:

  • EF2000 Reloaded neither includes nor installs EF2000. You are responsible for your own EF2000 procurement and installation. Instructions on installing EF2000 V2 on 64 bit Windows are available.
  • Super EF2000 / EF2000 V2.0 for Windows 95 is not supported.
  • EF2000 Reloaded requires at least Windows XP SP3.

     

     

1 DOSBox 0.74 is an open source program written by Peter "Qbix" Veenstra, Harekiet Sjoerd, Tommy "Franskapet" Frossman, and Ulf "Finster" Wohlers. Mikew's 3DFX code was based on kekko's 3dfx Voodoo patch for DOSBox.

2 TACTCOM and GFX+ are also known as EF2000 V2.0 for DOS and EF2000 V2.0 for 3DFX respectively.

 

Nice job again HF!

 

I have one feature request if that is possible. In EF2000 V2.0 (I use DOS GFX+ version), the nation mark on EF2000 is US. Is there any way to change to UK or NATO like in the original version or SEF2000?


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Posted 04 October 2013 - 01:21 AM

Not right now, but it on our list of things to do.


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Posted 04 October 2013 - 01:27 AM

Not right now, but it on our list of things to do.

That is nice to hear.


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Posted 07 October 2013 - 10:20 PM

Can I request additional resolution? My notebook have its native res of 1366x768.


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Posted 08 October 2013 - 12:36 AM

Can I request additional resolution? My notebook have its native res of 1366x768.

The resolutions are defined in a text file called 'dosbox_res.cfg' where you installed the launcher.

When I try adding that resolution though, it doesn't show up in the choices when I run the launcher. This applies for all non-16:10 ratios.
EDIT: I needed to update the launcher on this PC. The choice is now fine.



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Posted 08 October 2013 - 04:31 AM

Thanks mikew. I got it to work now. I edited dosbox_res.cfg, and the choice show up. However, the HUD font is corruptted. I solved it by enable anti-aliasing in nvidia.


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Posted 08 October 2013 - 06:04 AM

Starkiller, if I set that resolution (1366x768), I notice some gaps in the HUD font. Is this the corruption that you see?

 

HF, the choice of resolutions I can see in the drop-down depends on which dosbox exe I have selected.

When pointing at the original dosbox-EF2000.exe, I see all resolutions in 'dosbox_res.cfg', but when I point towards a second dosbox.exe, I only see the resolutions that are exact multiples of 640x400.



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Posted 08 October 2013 - 08:10 AM

Mike,

 

This is code for when we had fixed resolution versions of DOSBox, and the GUI would only scale to direct multiples.  If you have a new EXE that you want to try, then add it to config\declare.cfg in the DOSBox EXEs line (tab delimited) and all of the resolutions will be added.

 

The other thing (this applies to eveybody) is that the resolution is a full combobox and not just a listbox, so you can type in the resolution of your choice and it will work.  It just needs to be in the format that can be read by DOSBox.


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-John Stuart Mill

The average Naval Aviator, despite the sometimes swaggering exterior, is very much capable of such feelings as love, affection, intimacy, and caring.
These feelings just don't involve anyone else.
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