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Old 02-17-2011, 03:20 PM
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Default YaDeLi - "Yet another Device Link for IL-2"

I've sat down to do a little programming. This is what came out of it:

YaDeLi - "Yet another Device Link for IL-2"

YaDeLi has been made for:

- Those of us, who use more than the 4 game controllers that IL-2 supports.

- Those owners of a Logitech G940 Flight System who have not yet modded the "Reversal Bug" away.

- Those owners of a Logitech G940 Flight System who have modded the "Reversal Bug" and have found that the modded pedals will not show under "Game Controllers", but will still block ID3 within IL2 .... On The topic of modding see here and here

What YaDeLi does:

- Connects the axes of game controllers (beyond the first 4 that IL-2 supports) to IL-2 using IL-2's DeviceLink. As it only writes to DeviceLink, this works online, too.

- Supports user defined profiles (collections) of such connections (e.g. one for single engine fighters, another for a twin engined Mosquito, ...).

- Supports the following controls in IL-2:
Ailerons
Brakes
Elevator
Flaps
Power
Power Left Engines
Power Right Engines
Propeller Pitch
Propeller Pitch Left Engines
Propeller Pitch Right Engines
Rudder
Trim Ailerons
Trim Elevator
Trim Rudder

- Supports up to 8 axes for each game controller and an unlimited number of game controllers.

- Offers a fix for the "G940 Reversal Bug".

What YaDeLi doesn‘t do:

- It doesn‘t support game controller buttons (do use AutoHotkey, it‘s open source and almost perfect).

- It doesn‘t read from DeviceLink (would be useless online, anyway).

YaDeLi has been tested with:
IL-2 4.09, 4.10
Windows Xp, Window 7 Professional (32bit and 64bit)

Main Configuration:


Axis configuration:



Download: YaDeLi - Webseite
(I even wrote a small manual )

Edit: Renewed download link (20.2.15), slight changes 24.1.12.

Last edited by Artist; 02-20-2015 at 08:56 AM. Reason: updated link
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Old 02-17-2011, 03:35 PM
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wOOOOOOt

seems like your (and my) challenges using Leo´s chips are met?!

Thanks dude, I´m going to test this one.
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Old 02-17-2011, 04:10 PM
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Fantastic work !!!!
But there could be improvement still, as anywhere .
Maybe it would be possible to read some info from device Link and use this to control the lights on the g940 system, such as rudder trim centered i.e.
MikkOwls program also made it possible to use both toe-brakes dor differential braking.
The best solution would be a mix of both programs, i believe.
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Fantastic work !!!!
Thanks.

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But there could be improvement still, as anywhere .
I know...
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Maybe it would be possible to read some info from device Link and use this to control the lights on the g940 system, such as rudder trim centered i.e.
Would instantly fail the moment you go online...
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- It doesn‘t read from DeviceLink (would be useless online, anyway).
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MikkOwls program also made it possible to use both toe-brakes dor differential braking.
I know: by connecting brakes to rudder when tailwheel has not been locked... Again: fails when you're online

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The best solution would be a mix of both programs, i believe.
You can run them side by side - just don't assign different axes to the same device

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Old 02-17-2011, 04:42 PM
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It does not make cappuccino?
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Old 02-17-2011, 07:51 PM
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It does not make cappuccino?
Wait until you find the Easter Egg: If you happen to replicate (with stick, throttle and pedals) the exact sequence of movements it takes to brew an espresso with a Cimbali M22 premium C2, an ufo in the shape of an italian bistro (now, where did I get that idea from?) will appear alongside your plane and an somebody named Wyoming Knott will hand you a cappuccino - if you dare to open your canopy: Tanstaafl
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