Fusion Control Centre Uber MDX Release - Version 220.127.116.115
New software released on the website. It is version 18.104.22.1688 and includes all the features previously mentioned and bug fixes with some of the major ones being:
COM support: Now talk to RoadRunner or any other program from MDX
Better Drivers: Uses the LibUSB drivers which are cross platform and fast. Speeds of up to 250 samples a second with low CPU useage.
Button Clickable Area: Some buttons up click area only worked on the top half. Now it works everywhere as it should.
Between Function: Instead of using 7 logic blocks to create a between function, it is now native and takes only 3. So it also takes 3/7th the time to evaluate.
Assembly driven logic: Instead of parsing an XML file every iteration and taking many many cycles, the program now compiles a large integer only array to do all logic. This has reduced CPU useage by 1500% on my test machine and the program is much more responsive for highly intense configuration files.
Download the new installer here: http://www.fusioncontrolcentre.com/F...g/software.php
It is around 8Mb now. It will check if you have .NET 3.5 installed. If you dont, it will download and install it for you (~200Mb). It will check if you have Windows Installer 3.1 which is required for .NET installation. It will check and automatically download IE if you have anything below IE5 which is required by .NET. It will NOT install at all if you dont have Windows 2003 SP3 or higher, Windows XP SP2 or higher, or Windows Vista. It will install but will NOT work if you have a 64 bit system.
After the install has run, you will need to install the NEW Fusion Brain drivers. If the old drivers are installed, you need to go into device manager, select the Fusion Brain, right click, and uninstall. Enable the checkbox to delete the driver from the system or else it will reinstall itself automatically when you dont want it to. Reboot. Yes Reboot fully, this is needed. If your Fusion Brain is automatically detected and installed on reboot, then repeat until nothing automatically installs when you reboot. Then and ONLY then, go into the directory where you isntalled the program and there is a folder "Drivers", and point Windows to that directory.
Then enjoy. :)