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@Claude, I just sent you a new DLL with FSUIPC offset support!

 

@Pete: it was incredibly easy to implement your API :D

 

Thanks!

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@Claude, I just sent you a new DLL with FSUIPC offset support!

 

@Pete: it was incredibly easy to implement your API :D

 

Okay. Was the one byte reserved in the offsets enough, then?

 

Pete

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Yes one byte is enough. I'm just changing the value on a modulo 2 to force update after each raised event. It is basically used as a notification.

 

Thanks

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Bonsoir,

 

I would like to thank you both Pete and Chris?  Everything is working now. No more crash between the Saitek callback and the FSUIPC event.

Just want to say that if someone wants to drive a Saitek FIP or a X52 PRO, the Saitek.dll  is the way to go. Very easy to implement.

 

Cheers

Claude

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Great news Claude!

 

Thank you very much for your time!

 

I will release the new version to the public soon then, just some doc to write :)

 

Chris

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