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  1. Because the Virpil original controller board has suddenly stopped receiving inputs from the buttons on the stick and Virpil are taking a very long time to help me with this problem. The axes inputs still work, but I would like to replace the Virpil board with an STM32 board to run the joystick while I am waiting for Virpil to sort out this mess.
  2. Hi again Magners and others I have now managed to connect my TM grip to the STM32 board and it works perfectly, all 22 buttons can be read through the three CD4021 shift registers and out to the board. What I would like to do next is connect the TLE5010 axis sensors on my Virpil WarBRD base to the STM32 board The TLE5010 sensors are mounted on a small board with another 8 legged IC, which I do not recognise, and then four wires out connect it to the Virpil controller board Assuming that two of the four wires are Vcc and ground, I would be grateful if anyone could please let me know exactly which of the two wires are Vcc and ground and also where the other two wires need to connect to on my STM32 board for it to read the TLE5010 sensor All suggestions gratefully received, thank you.
  3. Recently in my Rhineland career I flew from Nijmegen to Gilze flat out at zero (and I really do mean zero) feet in a Spitfire IXe pursued by four AI K4s and two AI D9s, with all of them after my blood. By the time I arrived at Gilze five out of the six pursing AIs had crashed into the ground and the sixth one, a D9, flew a few circuits over my base, drawing some highly ineffective flak from the AI gunners, before losing interest and flying off back east. In my opinion the AI still has some room for improvement in this sim because I should not have made it halfway home in that situation, let alone manoeuvre kill five out of six pursuing aircraft on the way. But at least I know what to do next time in that situation, even though I wouldn't get away with it if it was human players involved.
  4. Works great and I will always use it in future. Many thanks to you Nobi.
  5. JoytoKey works for me as well. Just make sure you don't create any conflicts with your in-game key mappings.
  6. w00t! I got my own fix: "17. A rare issue with generating a new day in the Career mode has been addressed."
  7. "So, for those who pre-ordered in July, we expect you to receive these units on Monday, 30th November." Two weeks. Be sure.
  8. My latest update received from SystemActive on Tuesday: "We had a meeting with HP today (November 10th, 2020) and were told shipment from factory to the UK of first pre-orders will begin November 13th , 2020. Once we have proof units have left the factory for shipment to the UK we will provide our customers with an update on numbers and date of delivery to them." The long wait continues...…………………………..
  9. 17th March 1945 with RAF 127 Squadron in the most recently attempted career. The odd thing is that we were based at Woensdrecht, but the career icon now states Schijndel on the career selection page.
  10. I can wait. If they really want my money they need to try much harder.
  11. Every career that I start now only runs for a few days and then I get a message stating something like "Error: next day generate fail" or words to that effect. For instance I just started an RAF Rhineland career and only completed four missions before getting the error message and was then unable to proceed with the career. This has happened with three careers in succession now so I'm guessing that a file somewhere has become corrupted. How can I restore the career generation function to the game which will allow me to complete an entire career without encountering this problem again?
  12. If you're lucky you might get to relocate to another airfield closer to the front line. When that happens the enemy usually turns up in an attempt to spoil the party. Those kinds of missions can be fun.
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