Joystick hats now supported in input2ivy

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Joystick hats now supported in input2ivy

flixr
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Hi Chris,

I just committed proper support for these joystick hats to master.
Thanks to Gautier's help you can now use something like HatDown(myhat) in events.
See the ms_sidewinder.xml or xbox_gamepad.xml for examples.

Cheers, Felix


On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 6:43 PM, Chris <[hidden email]> wrote:
I figured that this might be the problem but i am beggining to like the new version now even if it has it's quirks :-)
It just looks and feels much faster in responce.
Andre
The Joystick does have a mode switch and i selected Mode 1 (i don't have the manual any more) which has a more suitable configuration so i use it like this.
The airplane is now complete, all ground checks have been performed, everything is secured (vibrations) and  runs like a clock (including the airborne tracking antenna).
This Saturday it will make it's first AUTO2 trip, let's hope that i will get it back one piece.
Thank you Felix and Andre.
Chris


On 06/10/2013 05:32 PM, [hidden email] wrote:
It also seems that in SDL the pov hat is not read as axes, but as an
explicit hat type with up/down/.. values.

I tried to quickly write something to read the hat position, see my
input2ivy_hat<https://github.com/flixr/paparazzi/tree/input2ivy_hat>branch.
See alsohttps://github.com/paparazzi/paparazzi/pull/460

Cheers, Felix


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Re: Joystick hats now supported in input2ivy

Reto Büttner
Hi guys
 
Has anybody thought about controlling a Paparazzi drone with the Razer Edge Gamepad:
 
 
That could be a very compact and powerful GCS including manual control and maybe even FPV display.
 
Cheers
Reto
 


2013/6/20 Felix Ruess <[hidden email]>
Hi Chris,

I just committed proper support for these joystick hats to master.
Thanks to Gautier's help you can now use something like HatDown(myhat) in events.
See the ms_sidewinder.xml or xbox_gamepad.xml for examples.

Cheers, Felix


On Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 6:43 PM, Chris <[hidden email]> wrote:
I figured that this might be the problem but i am beggining to like the new version now even if it has it's quirks :-)
It just looks and feels much faster in responce.
Andre
The Joystick does have a mode switch and i selected Mode 1 (i don't have the manual any more) which has a more suitable configuration so i use it like this.
The airplane is now complete, all ground checks have been performed, everything is secured (vibrations) and  runs like a clock (including the airborne tracking antenna).
This Saturday it will make it's first AUTO2 trip, let's hope that i will get it back one piece.
Thank you Felix and Andre.
Chris


On 06/10/2013 05:32 PM, [hidden email] wrote:
It also seems that in SDL the pov hat is not read as axes, but as an
explicit hat type with up/down/.. values.

I tried to quickly write something to read the hat position, see my
input2ivy_hat<https://github.com/flixr/paparazzi/tree/input2ivy_hat>branch.
See alsohttps://github.com/paparazzi/paparazzi/pull/460

Cheers, Felix


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