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  1. [Arcade PC] FFB Arcade Plugin

    Wow what a nice surprise a new version this morning. I immediately loaded m2 to test it out, and the result is .... Its Fixed and working like it should Green Light and Rumble on the right side =). Thanks for adding the option to revert rumbles. This plugin Rox.
  2. [Arcade PC] FFB Arcade Plugin

    Hi Np, I tried the new settings MinForce=0 MaxForce=-100 EnableRumble=1 AlternativeFFB=0 Unfortunately it still did not swap the rumble motors, snif =( By the way TOCAEDIT (www.x360ce.com) has this option, i tried it and it works does what i am looking for Tocaedit uses XInput1_3.dll and FFB plugin i left dinput8.dll I tried loading both ffb plugin & TOCAEDIT hooks of course that did not work.heh
  3. [Arcade PC] FFB Arcade Plugin

    This Wheel has 2 rumble motors one on each side of the handles and also 2 lights on each side on the top of the wheel that indicates witch one is running. On the Picture i posted, i am hitting the wall on right side and as you can see on the top left side of the wheel there is a green light this means the Steering Wheel in this case is using the left side rumble motor when it should be the Right side of the wheel light and rumble since i am hitting the wall on the right. Another example, when I drive on the grass in Daytona m2 when my LEFT Tire touches the grass the Rumble and Light on the RIGHT turns on when it should be using the LEFT Rumble :(. I tried alrernativeffb = 1, the rumble is still on the wrong side. When i play Project Cars 2 it works correctly when i hit a wall on the right the light and rumble is on the right. Hope a command like rumblechangesides=1 in the ini can be made to exchange sides of the rumble motors. PS: When you play with Xbox 360 Controller there are also 2 rumble motors you can barely tell wich side is rumbling with that because they are so close together. But on the Wheel with the lights and 2 motors separated so far in-between its easy to tell its on the wrong side.
  4. [Arcade PC] FFB Arcade Plugin

    Ok i just tried it and still the wrong side rumble shakes and turns on see the pic attached. My ini in case something is wrong in there: ; *********************************** ; *** FFB Settings for M2Emulator *** ; *********************************** [Settings] GameId=25 MinForce=100 MaxForce=0 DeviceGUID=78696e70757452000000000000000000 EnableRumble=1 Logging=1 ResetFeedback=1 FeedbackLength=500 DefaultCentering=0 DefaultFriction=0 BeepWhenHook=1 AlternativeFFB=0 AlternativeMinForceLeft=0 AlternativeMaxForceLeft=100 AlternativeMinForceRight=0 AlternativeMaxForceRight=100 FFBMode=0 DaytonaAIMultiplayerHack=0 DaytonaForcePanoramicAttract=0
  5. [Arcade PC] FFB Arcade Plugin

    Hello Boomslangnz great job on this plugin. I installed this for the Rumble on my Microsoft Wireless Speed Wheel. Everything works fine, except the rumble is on the wrong side. I tried Daytona on m2, Daytona 3 and also ChaseHQ2. Same Result. To give you an example in m2 emulator with Daytona when i hit a wall on my right side of the car it shakes my rumble on the left instead of the right side one, and when i hit a wall on left the rumble on the right turns on instead of the left. o_O its quite confusing. Is there an option to invert the rumble motor that turns on?
  6. Teknoparrot Loader | Arcade PC

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