x-alberto

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  1. Gizmo: Linux Port

    I was one going to ask, than I just had a second thought....
  2. Moving the GIZMO window in X-Plane screen

    Hi Ben, From what I could understand about Cekko's issue, he would like to have Gizmo running without the control window or with the window popping in from a different screen position. Cheers Alberto
  3. August 2011 - Gizmo Nagware Removed

    Great move, Ben. Thank you. Alberto
  4. GIZMO STEP CLIMB

    Amazing, I'll give it a try when I am done with my main project! Good job.
  5. Gizmo install issue on 64 bit Windows

    At post #539 the Gizmo.plugin folder is clearly there Can we see a screenshot of what actually is INSIDE that folder? EDIT: OK, the folder contains what is expected to be there....
  6. FaceTrackNoIR

    I can confirm that. Within FreeTrackNoIR main window, select "Fake TrackIR" in the Game protocol combo. Then install Sandy Barbours' Pilot view and enable Track IR support. You will get a nice and smooth handling of all 6 degrees of freedom for you point of view.
  7. FaceTrackNoIR

    >The only shortcoming seems to be that FaceTrackNoIR cannot do sideways movement. Typical example when landing K&A's T-28 on the Nimitz as mentioned in Chip&Simon's blog, you need to be able to move sideways so you can see along the side of the nose. I haven't found a way to get FaceTrackNoIR to do this. Even though it has a "Roll" axis this is far from easy to get any satisfactory results from, and I've left Roll axis disabled. I really have to check that again (I am not currently on my gaming pc) but as far as I can remember you get the most out of FTNoIR by simulating the Track IR protocol and coupling it with Sandy's Pilot view.
  8. Gizmo 11.5.25

    OK, registration is back! Ciao Alberto
  9. 0 to 60 in 3 seconds.

    I see your point, Ben. Also, Pete's approach looks nice to me so I will be just fine. Cheers
  10. 0 to 60 in 3 seconds.

    I see a lot of cases for this, but why not just making "inElapsedSinceLastCall" available to the script? Cheers x-a
  11. Gizmo 11.5.18 Update

    Hi Ben, Gizmo would not load in Ubuntu 11.04 32 bit this is what I got from the log Loaded: /media/STORAGE/X-Plane 9/Resources/plugins/PluginAdmin/lin.xpl. Loaded: /media/STORAGE/X-Plane 9/Resources/plugins/DataRefEditor/lin.xpl. dlerror:/media/STORAGE/X-Plane 9/Resources/plugins/Gizmo.plugin/lin.xpl: undefined symbol: luagl_get_enum Loaded: /media/STORAGE/X-Plane 9/Resources/plugins/MyPlugin/lin.xpl. Found stats plugin: 2 OpenAL version : 1.1 OpenAL hardware : PulseAudio Software OpenAL extensions: ALC_ENUMERATE_ALL_EXT ALC_ENUMERATION_EXT ALC_EXT_CAPTURE ALC_EXT_disconnect ALC_EXT_EFX ALC_EXT_thread_local_context It is a fresh ubuntu installation , so I might have forgotten some key piece...
  12. Gizmo 11.5.18 Update

    Thank you for the linux build! Going to check it later today.
  13. Gizmo 11.5.12

    Good. Those A/P flights can get really boring...
  14. Gizmo 11.5.12

    Thank you, Ben!
  15. Gizmo 11.5.12

    Four! :-) EDIT: ok, so we have the source code, we are mighty linux users... we should really go on and get the plugin built on our own effort... shouldn't we? too bad I failed already :-[ but I will not give up