i have a logitech wingman extreme digital and it's a piece of shit(pardon my
french)!!!! i try using it in CFS and when i push forward on the damn stick
the plane won't pull down! a few days ago i go diven down the street and see a
garage sale. i look and see that there's a logitech wingman for 3 bucks!! with
all: manual, installation disks, every thing! i get a deal. it works great but
i really miss that hat switch and other stuff from the extreme digital. i want
to make it work right but i can't!!! i have it plugged into an old soundblasterThe file devices2.cfg in the CFS folder contains all of the commands for16 midi port. and worst of all! the throttle doesn't even work! i returned it,
got a new one, same thing!
that joystick plus many others. Both commands for normal flight and slewing.
If you, backup the combatfs.cfg file and then edit the devices2.cfg file,
you can highlight and copy to the clipboard all of the commands. Then edit
the combatfs.cfg file, find the relevant area, towards the bottom, highlight
it and press Ctrl-V to replace it. This should load all of the relationships
the next time you start the program. If this profile has some features
(assignments) that you want to change, go to the "settings" section of
the program and look for the Customize Controls button. Next use the
Assignments tab. This will bring up all of the commands, which can be altered
to use any button you wish by highlighting the area under "Devices", pressing
the "Assign" button and then the button or axis movement on your joystick.
Hope this helps. Bob F.
Incidently, if this joystick had been installed and recognized by Windows prior
to installing Combat Flight Simulator, the proper control info should have been
installed in the Combatfs.cfg file automatically by the setup program. R.F.