Have found the actual workable FipGauges.xml (which stores the FIP gauges line-up information) reported missing in Post 626. Now all basic information regarding Logitech panels running with MSFS-plugin is complete.
The file is in the C:\Users\tomts\AppData\Local\LogiMicrosoftFlightSimulator directory. The one comes installed in the Plugin directory (C:\Program Files\Logitech\Microsoft Flight Simulator Plugin) is fake.
A new GaugeSwitcher utility for the MSFS plugin Continue reading
After reporting that my existing FSX/P3D Gauges can be run with the new Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS) via Logitech’s MSFS plugin, or the latest FSUIPC, or SPAD.neXt in the last few Posts, I received some emails asking for more details and clarifications about this MSFS-compatibility and my plan on MSFS specific gauges.
Here’s the reply to those who are interested: Continue reading
Just installed the Logitech’s Plugin for Microsoft Flight Simulator earlier today. The content of it is saved onto the C:\Program Files\Logitech\Microsoft Flight Simulator Plugin folder.
The Plugin works more or less the same as the company’s Plugin for X-Plane — once it is installed, you can forget about it. The plugin will activate automatically with the simulator, allowing panels to communicate with MSFS accordingly.
To use my gauges with this new Plugin, just further copy the FSX_Times_Gauges folder and the LogiFlightSimX.xml file from C:\Program Files (x86)\Logitech\FSX Plugin to this directory, and rename or copy the LogiFlightSimX.xml to replace the PluginPages.xml file. That will do.
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Reported by David Bechkett that Logitech has now released a MSFS 2020 Plug-in for all Logitech Saitek Pro Flight Panels including the Radio Panel, Multi Panel, Switch Panel, and the Instrument Panel.
Apparently now SIMCONNECT, FSUIPC, and other 3rd party plug-ins are no longer required to use the Logitech Panels with MSFS 2020. All of the Logitech panels will now be recognized by MSFS 2020 if you download the Logitech Plug-in from the Logitech Support site.
Just search for the Panel that you have and in the downloads section you should find the new plug-in. Here’s the link: https://support.logi.com/hc/en-gb/articles/360024692354–Downloads-Flight-Multi-Panel
That’s great news. Thanks very much, David. Continue reading
I pulled out my Logitech Panels from storage earlier today. After a few hours testing, they are successfully communicating with MSFS via FSUIPC 7, like the FIPs.
Followings are the steps I found the most effective:
Whether your flightsim gears are instantly recognized by MSFS or not, you’ll need to find out what the numbers of the buttons are when selecting them in MSFS Control.
Unless your gears already come with a button number map, you’ll have to find them out yourself. It’s pretty easy. Continue reading
At the moment, only a few accessories are instantly recognized by the new Microsoft Flight Simulator (MSFS). The Honeycomb Alpha Yoke is one of them, which I used as a reference to set up my VRInsight Flight Master Yoke and other flightsim gears on my second computer.
It’s funny to look at the white buttons and the red buttons on the Yoke panel as they are wrongly placed carelessly. The two red buttons for Batteries should be on the left and the two white buttons for Avionics should be on the right. Wonder why no one from the Asobo team nor the Honeycomb team spotted the mistake and have it corrected in the last update.
Anyway, followings are the default button mappings on the Alpha Yoke: Continue reading
I am excited to inform you guys that FIP gauges under Logitech Drivers can actually be run properly in MSFS without the need of SPAD.neXt or other similar utilities available on the market. In other words, all existing FSX/P3D gauges in my store are MSFS-compatible ready, despite whether Logitech will have updates supporting MSFS or not.
To run the FIP gauges using Logitech Drivers in MSFS, all you need Continue reading
Finally I got MSFS downloaded successfully today.
Probably the issue I encountered were fixed by the recent update since the installation steps I carried out are the same. Anyway, glad to have it installed eventually. Continue reading