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    Does anyone know if you can Configure all the Goflight controls within the Sim or you have to wait for Goflight to come up with an Interface ???

    Contacting them is USELESS.

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    How do they work now?

    Do they show up as a gamecontroller in Windows?
    Can they be programmed to send keypresses?
    Then there is a good chance that they will work with FS2020.

    Do they work with a third party plugin like FSUIPC?
    Then they may work when that gets updated for FS2020.

    If they require proprietary software from GoFLight then there is a big chance that you will have to wait for them to come up with a new version.

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    I use a lot of my GoFlight Modules with the payware tool SPAD.neXt ( https://www.spadnext.com/home.html). You can program the buttons and knobs or import settings from users. Also the other controls (sticks, pedals, Saitek panels e.g.) can configurated with this tool. SPAD.neXt supports in the actual version the following modules: GF-166, GF-MCP Adv. AP, GF-WP6, GF-P8, GF-RP48, GF-T8, GF-TPM and GF-LGTII.

    Another freeware tool is Lorbys AxisAndOhs for MSFS (https://www.lorby-si.com/downloads.html).

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    thanks thats a good find

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    Quote Originally Posted by learpilot View Post
    Does anyone know if you can Configure all the Goflight controls within the Sim or you have to wait for Goflight to come up with an Interface ???

    Contacting them is USELESS.
    I received an e-mail from GoFlight suggesting some compatibility and a new GF config file - I haven't got around to looking at this yet...

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    The „new“ GoFlight download is not working For me yet. And besides that mail linking to that download there are no hints about configuring, no actual readme, no news on their Homepage. Seems like fake news until now.

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    Yes some modules will work as a controller within MSFS Controls page and will just show up when plugged in but the rest are working with FSUIPC7 beta , never heard of Spad,i guess I thought that was for Saitek or something, anyway FSUIPC7 works, there is also GIT Pollypot

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    Sorry this may have been repeated

    FSUIPC7 Beta works ( used for years and easy to use )
    Pollypot GIT
    And some modules just work when plugged in and are noted as a controller

    some have a learning curve if this is your first time

    Never heard of Spad always thought that was for Saitek ,learn something every day

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    Quote Originally Posted by learpilot View Post
    Does anyone know if you can Configure all the Goflight controls within the Sim or you have to wait for Goflight to come up with an Interface ???

    Contacting them is USELESS.
    All my goFlight Modules are working nice with MSFS2020.
    You have just to run manually the GFDevFSX and enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nelforce View Post
    All my goFlight Modules are working nice with MSFS2020.
    You have just to run manually the GFDevFSX and enjoy.
    how is that possible ??????
    how did you do it ??????

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