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Sokol__1
04-26-2009, 08:32 AM
For Spitfire fans without joystick with advanced programming capacity, how to control WEP with throttle lever.

Get NewView 3.7k, run it and in buttons > button generator > create a button like this picture:

http://img262.imageshack.us/img262/6739/wep.th.jpg (http://img262.imageshack.us/my.php?image=wep.jpg)

* In the joystick box - not properly translated from Russian:
???????? means primary joystick.
?????????? means secondary joystick.

Assure that "Axe" correspond to axis of your joy throttle, and set RmaxX slider to the right.

For convenience, using "NewView Registrator" put this in Autorum.

With throttle above ~98% WEP is on, below turned off.

You can use NewView to things like PTT for TS, F4F/i16 landing gear "automation" with one touch...

And, of course, improved HAT control, without or with TrackIR, Free..."you know" and others head track controls.

I think that this program is very capable, but too underrated, due lack of appropriated documentation in another languages that Russian.

Sokol1

Sokol__1
04-26-2009, 08:32 AM
For Spitfire fans without joystick with advanced programming capacity, how to control WEP with throttle lever.

Get NewView 3.7k, run it and in buttons > button generator > create a button like this picture:

http://img262.imageshack.us/img262/6739/wep.th.jpg (http://img262.imageshack.us/my.php?image=wep.jpg)

* In the joystick box - not properly translated from Russian:
???????? means primary joystick.
?????????? means secondary joystick.

Assure that "Axe" correspond to axis of your joy throttle, and set RmaxX slider to the right.

For convenience, using "NewView Registrator" put this in Autorum.

With throttle above ~98% WEP is on, below turned off.

You can use NewView to things like PTT for TS, F4F/i16 landing gear "automation" with one touch...

And, of course, improved HAT control, without or with TrackIR, Free..."you know" and others head track controls.

I think that this program is very capable, but too underrated, due lack of appropriated documentation in another languages that Russian.

Sokol1