Please note that the function of the profiles is not to make the controller work in the game (as that is accomplished by using the game's own control configuration screens). Instead they merely allow you to adjust the button configuration of your controller externally to the game.
So I loaded one of the profiles and when i test the buttons on the profile the window shows the keypresses. I loaded into 2.7 and went into the controls, when i press a joystick button, it highlights the keypress. So I will load an A-10A mission and today it works. The only thing that I have done different from yesterday to today is remove the 'clutch' button. I even tested the button presses (in the adjust controls) while in the mission and it all works.
Can anyone tell me how to make the logitech software work with DCS I loaded a profile into the software. Then clicked on the crosshair icon. When I clicked on the gear icon, a testing window popped-up but none of my button presses registered except for my logitech mouse.
....and yes it was the mode switch's potential to provide multiple sets of keybindings that led me to install the logitech software in the first case. Also, if I haven't mentioned here before I'm using the X52 (non-pro).
I have the X52 non-pro as well. But I dont own the F14 so I cannot help you out there. I posted my A10, FC3 and F18 profiles in the user downloads area. As for the other sims, I dont fly them as they do not interest me. Whenever you feel up to it, give the software another chance. You have to do alot of work to get it right, but when you do it is rewarding.
The configuration is the tricky part of this whole setup. It is not really a hard task, just a time consuming one. But in a good way, of course. With there being so many buttons and options with the flight system, you can customize each game on how you can most comfortably control the simulation. Each game will be set up differently, as some are more complex and some are simpler. I tend to keep the main controls the same in each game, to be familiar but for more complex games, I type up my own list of controls and their buttons, for a quick reference sheet. For Microsoft Flight Simulator X, I made myself a Flight Log and Check Sheet that I keep with me for my flights, for all the different aircraft that I fly on a regular basis. One nice feature of the X52 Pro, is profiles. With the SST programing software included with the drivers, you can set up \"Profiles\" for different games and users. The profiles allow you to map the movements of the control system to buttons on a keyboard. Take for instance, dropping flares in a combat simulator. If the key set in the game is \"W\", you can have the SST software map that key to a button on the joystick. This will tell the computer you are pressing the \"W\" every time you hit that button mapped and your flares will drop. To download a small collection of profiles to get you started head on over to Saitek's Website.
-- STEP 6 --Place the \"BMS X52 Pro Falconeer.pr0\" file in your Saitek (or Logitech) profiles folder. You may need to refer to the user manual for your version of X52 Pro, or search for existing profiles by name to locate this folder.
Does anyone know how to use the profile selector on the x52 in xplane 11 so I can have 3 different sets of buttons bound In the joystick menu it just lets me use each of the profiles as a button and that button is held until you spin the dial to a different profile then that button gets held.
How can i force the Ghub to make some hardware usable only with Lgs.Have the G935 which only works with the ghub, and some older hardware like g19s and a hero mouse g502.The G19s shares one Profile with the G502 in the good old LGS.If i want to use the G935 and install the mostly useless Ghub the Profile for the G502 is blocked by the trashy,crapy Ghub in the LGS.Is that what Logitech is calling a featureFor me it is looking like planed obsolescence.The newer logitech hardware is not compatible with the older hardware anymore.They should rename the newer Gsries stuff into someting with s for special, super or sh** or s*[email protected]
I need someone to clarify something for me. The LGS when it had a game profile and you owned that same game like The Division or GTA V, those profiles had unique lighting setups (in GTA V when pursued by the cops, the keys would start to flicker like police lights or when you get damage they would turn red, etc.). Now in G-Hub I can see some game profiles detected but all are set to a single cyan colour with no programmed lighting options. Why is that Do I need to download custom profiles for them or what 59ce067264