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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanmindz View Post
    EXACTLY.. each press will give you a different value.. (you will have 6 total different value, one for each press, and one for idle when no buttons are being pressed. the ones you are concerned with are the 5 different ones when the buttons are being pressed). Write down the values for each button and then use the tutorial not make 5 different logic as you mentioned ABCDE. you assign each one a different keystroke. You got an accord? im driving a Civic SI
    Correct, except an "else if nothing" really isnt needed. It wont hurt anything, and would be for completeness, but no it is not needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanmindz View Post
    Toaster, AWESOME VIDEO but you changed it up a little from you tutorial right? also the video is HUGE... anyway it can be made resizable? other than that ... THANK YOU SO F,IN MUCH... I will try it once i get my new PIC
    I just started playing with the program, so all the little options I am not sure of yet. I run 1400x1050 as my lowest resolution on any 1 PC monitor (excluding the car), so it doesnt seem big to me.

    But It does export an SWF. If you use Firefox, you can use the get media form to get the swf directly, and paste that into the address bar. I know FF auto-resizes it so if your screen is smaller, it should shrink it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    It is 99% the same. What part differs? The only difference is intead of using a greater than or equal to ANDed with a less than or equal to module, I use a between module, which is exactly that. x <= y <= z Means when y is greater than or equal to x AND y is less than or equal to z.
    thanks for all your help, just another thing. When i get to the part that Im doing the "add then statement" , "then do form" is where the problem is. when I add the "what to do" I then add what you did in the video, "send key to foreground" then medium for the "priority" then f8 for the "vote opinion" I then get an error which says "invaid what to do" says "You have not selected a valid" What to Do" value I did everything like in the video. Im confused

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    Also here is the direct swf link if you can embed it directly for scaling: [media]http://www.fusioncontrolcentre.com/tutorials/SteeringWheelControls/Steering%20Wheel%20Tutorial%20Demo.swf[/media]
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    Custom- although your steering wheel has three buttons visually, when you press volume up and volume down, you are triggering different switches behind the buttons. same thing for channel up and down. Behind the up, there is a switch and a different switch behind the down.

    You are correct in that you will only use 1 analogue input in FB. you willl have to create 5 different then/do commands for each button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by customaudioman View Post
    thanks for all your help, just another thing. When i get to the part that Im doing the "add then statement" , "then do form" is where the problem is. when I add the "what to do" I then add what you did in the video, "send key to foreground" then medium for the "priority" then f8 for the "vote opinion" I then get an error which says "invaid what to do" says "You have not selected a valid" What to Do" value I did everything like in the video. Im confused
    Can you run the updater now please? I copied my file just in case. I am sure this went out in an update over a month ago though.

    What version number is your software? Are you using the auto-updater?
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    15 Analogue Inputs -- Read sensors like temperature, light, distance, acceleration, and more
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanmindz View Post
    Custom- although your steering wheel has three buttons visually, when you press volume up and volume down, you are triggering different switches behind the buttons. same thing for channel up and down. Behind the up, there is a switch and a different switch behind the down.

    You are correct in that you will only use 1 analogue input in FB. you willl have to create 5 different then/do commands for each button.
    Im having problems with this now after watching the video. When i get to the part that Im doing the "add then statement" , "then do form" is where the problem is. when I add the "what to do" I then add what you did in the video, "send key to foreground" then medium for the "priority" then f8 for the "vote opinion" I then get an error which says "invaid what to do" says "You have not selected a valid" What to Do" value I did everything like in the video. Im confused are you having the same problem?

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    This error was also happening to me when trying to choose "send key to foreground"

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    Can you run the updater now please? I copied my file just in case. I am sure this went out in an update over a month ago though.

    What version number is your software? Are you using the auto-updater?
    im using 3.0 with the ninja kitty, I ran the updater it was downing stuff and said upate was successful, but open the file and tried to complete it, same error

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urbanmindz View Post
    This error was also happening to me when trying to choose "send key to foreground"
    what did you use, did you fix it, or use something else?

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