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Old 04-15-2012, 10:36 AM
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OOOPS, gess this thread was only about MSFFB2, sorry, if you want i can delete the post or mr moderator can delete if he wants to. Sorry.
No worry, happens to everyone from time to time.

But do post your impressive work in The virtual cockpit thread.

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I had a look at the Omron website for replacement switches but can't tell which ones I need. The ones mentioned in older posts e.g. doesn't seem to exist anymore. Does anyone know what type to get nowadays? Is the button 2 switch the same as the trigger?
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Trigger: B3M-6009. http://www.omron.com/ecb/products/pdf/en-b3m.pdf

Buttons 2/3/4: B3FS-1002. http://www.components.omron.com/components/web/pdflib.nsf/0/7A04F73D25AF4A8785257201007DD542/$file/B3FS_1110.pdf

They are less than $1 per button. The problem you will run into is finding a distributer that will sell them in a small quantity, like 5-10. I don't need a 100-button bag.
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Is there any way to make the sidewinder software work on Win 7 X64 now?

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Wow - I've been using these sticks for a dozen years and I completely forgot they originally came with software. Do you need something the software does? If so, what's that? I haven't ever used the software.
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Wow - I've been using these sticks for a dozen years and I completely forgot they originally came with software. Do you need something the software does? If so, what's that? I haven't ever used the software.
The software enables you to adjust return-to-center tension and feedback forces.
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The software enables you to adjust return-to-center tension and feedback forces.
You can do this with FEdit (Force Feedback (efects) Editor) - include in MS DirectX 8.1 SDK - download here:

http://airwarfare.com/sow/index.php/...dback/41-fedit

If need map butons (of game GUI) use JoyToKey, SVMapper, XPadder...

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I've tried FEDIT several times over the last years. But I failed to save any changes I made to the .ff files.
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I've tried FEDIT several times over the last years. But I failed to save any changes I made to the .ff files.
If you meant that Fedit did not save the changes into the .ffe - then check if you've got the right version (right click on the file, properties, version tab): There's one going around with version "1.0.0.1" which in fact does not save properly and another with Version "5.4.0.2904" which does work correctly.

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Thanks for the info. I've spent 1 hour looking for the correct version on the web but failed. Could you please upload a copy to the forum?
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