Recently we have seen a lot of codes used to unlock our products being offered for discounted prices. Almost all of them are bought using stolen credit cards. These codes will all be blocked by our systems and you will have to try to get your money back from the seller, we are unable to assist in these matters. Do be very careful when you see a deal that is almost too good to be true, it probably is too good to be true.

Jump to content

drbarryk

members
  • Content Count

    0
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by drbarryk

  1. I've had CBS since is came out. I've been trying and writing on this forum for info as to how to get force feedback working with my Thrustmaster RGT FFB Clutch Wheel. No satisfactory response from this forum or Aerosoft or TML. Well now there is one. As background, here's what the features sheet for CBS says on Aerosoft.com: Bus-Features: Highly detailed 3d ModelHigh quality shader model for a realistic atmosphere with showing sun glare and street lampsRealistic physics for shock absorbers; to recreate the behavior when driving on rough roads, through potholes and to simulate skidding on wet surfacesThe 3d cockpit is being simulated realistically with all controls and rotatable viewAnimated wipersAnimated wheelchair liftKneelingLights switchable in complete interiorSupports racing wheels (also with Force Feedback) Free movement inside the bus6 exterior camera views plus mirror views left and rightHigh quality sound with many optionsRadio communicationRotatable and zoom able cameraAnimated passengers getting on and off the bus; voice output incl.Waiting and animated „living passengers" at the bus stopsDynamic AI-TrafficDynamic daytimes with realistic light- and shadow representationDynamic weather incl. realistic rain simulationFree movable objects such as garbage cans, pylons and exclusion zones, etc.Comprehensive options menu with many settings optionsvehicle editor included to expand your entire fleet with free 3d models from our website (starts with release) or from our Partner Design-X: http://design-x-buses.de you can also add self created 3d vehiclesvirtual radio station "Double Bass FM." with over 43 tracks from great bands/artists========================================= Here's what Thrustmaster wrote me after they agreed to test the wheel I have - RGT FFB Clutch - on City Bus Simulator: CUSTOMER SERVICE ANSWER Reference: [195699-1272643367] ______________________________________________________ Dear Mr. Barry Kaufman, Thank you for your request. In order to resolve the issue you have encountered with your RGT FFB Clutch, please refer to our response herewith: Thank you for contacting us regarding your issue! We have tested the RGT PRO Clutch Edition with the game Bus Simulator and regrettably there are no force feedback options in the game therefore the game does not support it. We have also attached a screenshot that certifies this. (I'VE ATTACHED THE SCREEN SHOT THEY SENT) We rest at your disposal for any further inquiries. We hope that the information we have provided is useful and has helped to resolve your query. Have a good day and please remember that Hercules Technical Support is at your disposal for any other information you may need. You can reach us via the Web at the following addresses: http://ts.hercules.com/eng for the latest updates and FAQs or by telephone at one of the numbers listed on the following page: http://ts.hercules.c....php?pg=contact King regards, ================================================ I don't mind that there is no force feedback. I do mind that it was advertised as being there and no one who could, would answer my question. Barry
  2. I just purchased the Thrustmaster RGT Clutch Force Feedback wheel. All works fine except there's no force feedback. I've asked for help on the TML support forum but as of now no one replied. I emailed Shaun and he responded quickly but I cannot find the link to the developers forum he suggested I go to. Can anyone here help? Thanks. Barry
  3. Is my question not clear or is there no one who can answer the question? 34 views and no one has a suggestion. IS IT POSSIBLE TO SAVE A FREE PLAY GAME WITH THE PASSENGERS AND STOPS OR, AS I'VE FOUND, WHEN YOU SAVE YOU LOSE THE PASSENGERS AND THE LIGHTED STOPS. CAN SOMEONE PLEASE HELP. Thanks, Barry
  4. I can save and reload during Free Play but only when it's a run without passengers - in other words no timetable. But when I click on the timetable and start a timetable run (e.g. Circle Line to UN) every time I save and reload everything is lost except the location of the bus. If the bus was at 8rd Avenue with 5 passengers and I save it, when I reload the bus is at 8rd Avenue, but the bus is empty and there are no more active bus stops for picking up additional passengers. All passengers are gone, all bus stop pickups are gone for the remainder of the run. My question: is it possible to save a Free Play Game on a timetable run with passengers and pick up locations??? In other words, can you stop and restart a Free Play timetable run during the course of the run or must you go from start to finish with no opportunity to save. Thanks, Barry
  5. Is there anyone who can give me any ideas on either how to made the Logitech MOMO Force Feedback wheel work or suggest a wheel actually works with CBS? Thanks, Barry
  6. If anyone has been able to get the Logitech MOMO Force Feedback Wheel to work properly with CBS, could you please provide insturctions? I've tried everything I can think of and can't make it work properly. Steering is the problem. Thanks, Barry
  7. Thanks for the suggestion.... I'm new to driving simulators - I've been train simming for several years. I have a Logitech MOMO Force Feedback wheel (realize this is an economy model). I changed the PARM setting in the bus.txt from .005 to either .035 or .050. I've tried this and haven't seen an improvment - acutally things just get worse - the wheels travel their full distance either right or left as soon as the steering wheel engages. I tried your suggestion of first changing the PARM setting in the bus.txt file, then going to the main menu, hitting CTRL-N, opening the vehicle editor, clicking on import string table, and selecting the bus.txt. and things just seem to get worse - the wheels turn their full arc left or right as soon as the steering wheel engages right or left. Also, could you tell me why just changing the PARM in the bus.txt and saving it isn't enough. Obviously, I don't have clue as to how to use the vehicle editor. Another question - when programming the steering wheel, if the keyboard assignments for left and right turn are "left arrow" and "right arrow", when configuring the wheel do you use keystrokes "left arrow push" and "right arrow push" or do you use the commands "left arrow push"/left arrow release" and "right arrow push"/"right arrow release"? I tried both ways and don't see a difference - the wheel is still worse than the keyboard. Is there a way to achieve smooth wheel turning through the entire steering arc? As for the accelerator and brake pedals I've used the command format and it seems to work well. The paddle shifters (for turn signals) and the 6 buttons are no problem with single keystrokes for the assigned actions. Final request - with the steering wheel, what setting do you use for the axis properties (sensitivity, dead zone, range)? If you can find the time to read and answer what you can I would very much appreciate it. Happy New Year.<BR style="mso-special-character: line-break">
  8. Paul: I'm delighted to hear your MOMO FF wheel works with CBS. I just bought one - realize it's an economy model compared to other Logitech wheels. I'm new to driving simulators - I've been train simming for several years. Perhaps you could help and share some information. No matter what I've done so far CBS steers much better from the keyboard - and that isn't very good. My main question - when programming the steering wheel, if the keyboard assignments for left and right turn are "left arrow" and "right arrow", when configuring the wheel do you use keystrokes "left arrow push" and "right arrow push" or do you use the commands "left arrow push"/left arrow release" and "right arrow push"/"right arrow release"? I tried both ways and don't see a difference - the wheel is still worse than the keyboard. Is there a way to achieve smooth wheel turning through the entire steering arc? As for the accelerator and brake pedals I've used the command format and it seems to work well. The paddle shifters (for turn signals) and the 6 buttons are no problem with single keystrokes for the assigned actions. Also, I've seen in this forum suggestions to change the PARM setting in the bus.txt from .005 to either .035 or .050. I've tried this and haven't seen an improvment - acutally things just get worse - the wheels travel their full distance either right or left as soon as the steering wheel engages. I tried the suggestion of first changing the PARM setting in the bus.txt file, then going to the main menu, hitting CTRL-N, opening the vehicle editor, clicking on import string table, and selecting the bus.txt. and things just seem to get worse - the wheels turn their full arc left or right as soon as the steering wheel engages right or left. I'm also not sure why just changing the PARM in the bus.txt and saving it isn't enough. Obviously, I don't have clue as to how to use the vehicle editor. Final request - with the steering wheel, what setting do you use for the axis properties (sensitivity, dead zone, range)? If you can find the time to read and answer what you can I would very much appreciate it. Happy New Year. Thanks, Barry
×
×
  • Create New...