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PC: Simcube OSW problem

GminddGmindd Member New Car Smell
1st: i just dont have ffb on my DD wheel.... is there someone with a DD working or with same problem?
2nd, at low speed its ok but when i go full throtle i need to turn more than 45º do turn a litle... to do a fast 6 or 5 i need to turn the wheel at least 180º... thats not normal at all, i dont have this problem on dirt rally!

edit: the simcube software its MMos Forcefeedback 2014 and the game recognize it by the same name!
Post edited by Gmindd on

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  • GminddGmindd Member New Car Smell
    up! still waiting for help!
    someone???
    cheers

  • zappadoczappadoc Member New Car Smell
    edited June 9
    Hi,
    you have to enter manually the device description and create the corresponding generic actionmap file, follow the instructions below and you will be able to enjoy your DD.
    Cheers,
    z

    these info are available at EKSIMRacing DiRT 4 Plugins Page as well:
    http://www.eksimracing.com/forum/index.php?topic=4030.0

    in game directory
    input directory
    device_defines.xml
    after   <!-- Single ID -->
    add this line:

      <device id="{0FFBF055-0000-0000-0000-504944564944}" name="simucube_osw_mmos" priority="100" type="wheel" />
     
    in actionmap directory
    create a xml file with Notepad++ named
    simucube_osw_mmos.xml

    with:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <action_map name="simucube_osw_mmos" device_name="simucube_osw_mmos" library="lib_direct_input">
      <group name="driving">
        <action name="change_view">
          <axis name="di_button_6" />
        </action>
        <group name="gear">
          <group name="sequential">
            <action name="up">
              <axis name="di_button_10" />
            </action>
            <action name="down">
              <axis name="di_button_5" />
            </action>
          </group>
        </group>
        <action name="handbrake">
          <axis name="di_button_8" />
        </action>
        <action name="headlights">
          <axis name="di_button_11" />
        </action>
        <group name="look">
          <action name="back">
            <axis name="di_button_7" />
          </action>
        </group>
        <action name="pause">
          <axis name="di_button_14" />
        </action>
        <action name="reset_vehicle">
          <axis name="di_button_9" />
        </action>
        <action name="roadside_repair">
          <axis name="di_button_1" />
        </action>
        <group name="steer">
          <action name="left">
            <axis name="di_x_axis" type="lower" deadzone="0.0" saturation="1.0" />
          </action>
          <action name="right">
            <axis name="di_x_axis" type="upper" deadzone="0.0" saturation="1.0" />
          </action>
        </group>
        <action name="wipers">
          <axis name="di_button_13" />
        </action>
      </group>
      <group name="school">
        <action name="instructor_recap">
          <axis name="di_button_3" />
        </action>
      </group>
      <group name="menu">
        <group name="button">
          <action name="3">
            <axis name="di_button_2" />
          </action>
          <action name="4">
            <axis name="di_button_4" />
          </action>
          <action name="start">
            <axis name="di_button_1" />
          </action>
          <action name="select">
            <axis name="di_button_15" />
          </action>
          <group name="shoulder">
            <action name="left">
              <axis name="di_button_5" />
            </action>
            <action name="right">
              <axis name="di_button_10" />
            </action>
          </group>
        </group>
        <group name="navigate">
          <action name="back">
            <axis name="di_button_11" />
          </action>
          <action name="select">
            <axis name="di_button_13" />
          </action>
          <action name="cancel_keybinding">
            <axis name="di_button_14" />
          </action>
        </group>
        <group name="view">
          <action name="left">
            <axis name="di_x_axis" type="lower" deadzone="0.0" saturation="1.0" />
          </action>
          <action name="right">
            <axis name="di_x_axis" type="upper" deadzone="0.0" saturation="1.0" />
          </action>
        </group>
      </group>
      <group name="replay">
        <action name="exit">
          <axis name="di_button_11" />
        </action>
        <action name="forward">
          <axis name="di_x_axis" type="upper" deadzone="0.0" saturation="1.0" />
        </action>
        <action name="rewind">
          <axis name="di_x_axis" type="lower" deadzone="0.0" saturation="1.0" />
        </action>
        <action name="pause">
          <axis name="di_button_13" />
        </action>
        <group name="toggle">
          <action name="music">
            <axis name="di_button_6" />
          </action>
          <action name="ui">
            <axis name="di_button_12" />
          </action>
        </group>
        <group name="camera">
          <action name="previous">
            <axis name="di_button_5" />
          </action>
          <action name="next">
            <axis name="di_button_10" />
          </action>
        </group>
      </group>
      <group name="network">
        <group name="toggle">
          <action name="voice">
            <axis name="di_button_3" />
          </action>
        </group>
      </group>
    </action_map>





    Post edited by zappadoc on
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  • zappadoczappadoc Member New Car Smell
    here is a video using the Simucube DD with DiRT 4



    SLIMax Manager & SLIMax Manager Pro & VDASH-EMU ©2011-2017 By zappadoc. Get a professional game devices manager and take the control of your gameware on your favorite games and simulations (more than 60 games/simulations supported). USB Devices display fully supported in version 3.4:SIM Race LCD, SIM Race F1, SIM Race Deluxe, SIM Race GT, SIM Race PRO from SIM Display, SLI-F1, SLI-PRO, SLI-M, BU0710, BU0386 controlers from Leo Bodnar, Fanatec CSW, CSL, CSR, Porsches wheels and CSP, Logitech G25/G27/G29/G920, All Thrustmaster, SteelSeries SRW-S1, DSD button-box and all other HID compliant game devices. Virtual racing dash display emulators (VDASH-EMU) for Android/Windows/Linux OS as well.
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  • SlowishSlowish Member Wheel Nut
    edited October 20
    Thanks to zappadoc for finding the above solution.

    It should be noted that OSW users using the new SimuCube firmware need to change the device ID in order for this fix to work with the new SimuCube Firmware (not MMos).

    In the device_defines.xml file, replace the simucube_osw_mmos device line with this one:
    <device id="{0D5A16D0-0000-0000-0000-504944564944}" name="simucube" priority="100" type="wheel" />

    Then replace name & references to "SimuCube_osw_mmos" with "SimuCube" in the actionmap directory file. 

    You should then have FFB using the SimuCube FW (OSW) in Dirt4.

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  • JakeEggsAUSJakeEggsAUS Member New Car Smell
    edited November 1
    Hello,

    Has anyone worked out how to get the OSW MMOS FFB to work with F1 2017.  I assumed it would be similar but it isn't exactly the same but in theory should work.  I can locate the files and add the device and the action mapping but doesn't work. 

    In game there is not FFB - the wheel works though.
    Post edited by JakeEggsAUS on
  • JakeEggsAUSJakeEggsAUS Member New Car Smell
    Hello again,

    For anyone interested.  I was able to get the ffb to work with F1 2017.

    Let me know if you are keen to get it to work and I can post everything I did. There was some stuffing around to get it to work and even then it will sometimes cut out. There is a way to fix this in game as well.

    Cheers. 
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