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XPForce is available for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows, and is currently in testing for 64-bit Linux. Please see the Linux information page [1] for full details. Mac support is planned but has no timescale right now. Links: ------ [1] http://www.lightr...
No, you don't. If you have .acf files which have control forces already in place then you can use these definitions instead of the plugin's internal calculations by ticking the "X-Plane Does Calc" box in the plugin's configuration window. It's entirely up...
Yes, it does. The installer contains both 32-bit and 64-bit plugins which work identically.
Yes, of course! Just install the plugin as usual. It will be fully operational for ten minutes without a license entered. That should give you plenty of opportunity to test it out. Restarting X-Plane will restart the ten-minute demo period.
So far, it has been tested on: - Microsoft Sidewinder Force Feedback 2 - Logitech G940 - Logitech Force 3D Pro Do you use something else successfully? Please let me know [1]! Links: ------ [1] https://www.lightroom-plugins.com/support/inde...
There should be no framerate hit at all provided you're using a multi-core processor or multiple processors. All the expensive calculations and device handling is done in the background, leaving X-Plane to get on with things uninterrupted once some basic ...
XPForce will send Force Feedback commands to any joystick that Windows recognises as supporting forces. You don't necessarily need customised drivers to do this - for example, the old Microsoft Sidewinder Force Feedback 2 works happily on Windows 8.1 a...
XPFORCE IS COMING TO LINUX! The plugin adds force-feedback support to X-Plane 9 and higher and will soon be available for Linux - despite the current problems with Linux and force-feedback drivers! If you would like to be involved in pre-release testi...
Currently (February 2015) the Linux kernel support for PID devices such as the Microsoft Sidewinder Force Feedback 2 is broken, and has been for several years. During the porting of XPForce to Linux, I have fixed several bugs in the kernel driver and a...
When a new version is released, simply download and install it in exactly the same way as you did with the original version. Please check that you are still entitled to free upgrades _before_ you install! You can do this on the helpdesk by logging in a...
First, find your X-Plane installation folder. The XPForce logfile is in the "Output" directory, called "XPForce.log". If you have had a crash which X-Plane says is caused by XPForce, please also send the X-Plane log. This is in the X-Plane installat...
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