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I have a Logitech G27 that I could never figure out how to get to work reliably with either emulator.

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Before you can configure your controls a game must be loaded first.  you will then navigate to the menu entry Game - Configure Controls...

to change the key assigned to an action, double click the row you want to change then press a button or key you want to assign for that action.  When you are done click close and your settings will be saved.  

Racing wheel setup

If you want to set up the controls for a steering wheel, check all 3 “Steering” “Accelerate” and “Brake” boxes in the emulator’s control configuration menu.  Double click each of them and enter their properties to ensure that the correct function in the drop down box matches the corresponding control you have entered. You may also need to ensure that you check “invert” for the “accelerate” and “brake” pedals when configuring them too otherwise they may not function correctly.

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Yeah I've done all that it just doesn't control it in any accurate kind of way.

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5 minutes ago, DOS76 said:

Yeah I've done all that it just doesn't control it in any accurate kind of way.

Bummer..If i remember I had to change the xinput in the ini to get mine to smooth out.

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Im wondering this also. I just got a G29 with shifter. Got it working great with the settings in Supermodel and Logitech Gaming Software but its not working correctly in the Model 2 emulator. Where its supposed to accelerate only as much as you're pushing the pedal down, in the Model 2 emu the slightest press acts as a button and give it 100% throttle. This screws up playing something like Daytona USA when you want to drift and control speed. Dayonta USA 2 works great in Supermodel.

The key set up is minimal for Model 2 vs the Model 3 emulator. There's no telling it to use Y and Z axis..just sees it as joy 1 accelerator and joy 1 brake. Even with that I have to swap just so the correct pedals do what they're supposed to. 

Why bother supporting force feedback if you don't allow the correct key/wheel mapping?

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en bigbox al conectar el g29 logitech este se queda pegado como si estuviera presionado hacia abajo el mando del volante. ayuda

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On 11/3/2017 at 6:30 PM, vice350z said:

Im wondering this also. I just got a G29 with shifter. Got it working great with the settings in Supermodel and Logitech Gaming Software but its not working correctly in the Model 2 emulator. Where its supposed to accelerate only as much as you're pushing the pedal down, in the Model 2 emu the slightest press acts as a button and give it 100% throttle. This screws up playing something like Daytona USA when you want to drift and control speed. Dayonta USA 2 works great in Supermodel.

The key set up is minimal for Model 2 vs the Model 3 emulator. There's no telling it to use Y and Z axis..just sees it as joy 1 accelerator and joy 1 brake. Even with that I have to swap just so the correct pedals do what they're supposed to. 

Why bother supporting force feedback if you don't allow the correct key/wheel mapping?

I have the tecknoparriot emulator configured and it works well with the g29. if you want, I can share it with you

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