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Quote from StarWarsArcadeFan83 on January 24, 2019, 9:04 am
Quote from mderoller on January 1, 2019, 6:28 pm

I would be happy to beta test if I can get one.  I currently have a  This Old Game adapter and an original SW yoke.  I am having trouble calibrating this for MAME.  There is a dead zone I cannot resolve in MAME, that is also present in the Windows 7 calibration screen.  If your adapter resolves this I would gladly pay 🙂

Mark

I have one of those too and you can turn the dead zone on and off.
You can turn it on and off by holding either the left trigger and thumb button together or right trigger and thumb button together when you plug it into the computer. I haven't changed it since I installed it so I'm not sure which one turns it on and which one is off.

Thanks!  I will try that.

Mark

Quote from sysop on February 2, 2019, 2:31 pm
Quote from mderoller on January 1, 2019, 6:28 pm

I would be happy to beta test if I can get one.  I currently have a  This Old Game adapter and an original SW yoke.  I am having trouble calibrating this for MAME.  There is a dead zone I cannot resolve in MAME, that is also present in the Windows 7 calibration screen.  If your adapter resolves this I would gladly pay 🙂

Mark

I've got one to send to you.  Please email me at james@flynnsretrocade.com your address.  I'd love to see our firmware as is fixes this issue for you.

Hi,

I sent you an email.  Thanks.

Mark

Quote from sysop on February 2, 2019, 2:31 pm
Quote from mderoller on January 1, 2019, 6:28 pm

I would be happy to beta test if I can get one.  I currently have a  This Old Game adapter and an original SW yoke.  I am having trouble calibrating this for MAME.  There is a dead zone I cannot resolve in MAME, that is also present in the Windows 7 calibration screen.  If your adapter resolves this I would gladly pay 🙂

Mark

I've got one to send to you.  Please email me at james@flynnsretrocade.com your address.  I'd love to see our firmware as is fixes this issue for you.

Hi,

I sent you an email.  Thanks.

Mark

Any updates on this adapter?

 

Thanks

 

I see the adapter is now available. Sweet!

 

Question: What testing has been done on it (which platforms etc)? Did it turn out as  a plug and play adapter on pi/Windows?

Just would like to know what to expect.

Thanks!

 

Quote from oz on February 4, 2019, 1:07 pm

I’ve ordered a Yoke and I’m also happy test the USB Yoke flight adaptor.
I’m running versions in testing building a full reproduction upright Atari cabinet.
I have MAME on Windows 7, Windows 10 Pro and XP. Also keen to see how it tests with AAE emulator.
Please let me know if you need another tester.

Thanks.

No more testers needed.   The Star Wars flight yoke USB adapters are for sale now.  The firmware is flashable, so as the firmware gets improved, owners will be able to upgrade their chips.

The firmware has been given to the community via an open source license.  It is found here:  Firmware on GitHub

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