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does any one have a profile yet for the x52 ?
maybe even an old one from arma 1? dont think the control scheme has changed much.
thanks in advance.
Jun 10 2009, 05:45
I have an x52 and will be looking to make a profile real soon. I'll book mark this post and follow up soon.
...once I stop the keymapper from crashing to desktop.
Jun 17 2009, 15:38
A Profile for ArmA 2 ? Yeah Baby!
I'm looking forword =)
i have mapped everything in game for now which is ok but a real profile would be better. just havent had the time yet to make one myself.
Jun 18 2009, 13:37
I didn't bother with a profile, for flying it was a simple case of re-assigning a few controls, throttle and rotate. Everything else was fine I think.
Even then, won't take long to update any controls if they're not right.
I'd only bother making a profile for proper flight sims like Black Shark or something where you have more functions than buttons but this is pretty straight foward. :)
Jun 20 2009, 21:18
It would be cool if you press the "fire button" a hellfire will shoot and if you press the oter fire button(i don't know how it is called xD ) a mg fire will go.
Is this able in ArmA 2? xD
Didn't mean to dig this up, but since it was on profiles I thought I'd put my question in here...
So I've the X52 Pro. I've installed the drivers and installed SST. Having problems with the scripting for the throttle, but that's in another topic.
My specific question here has to do with SST and the profiles. Do I need to RELOAD ArmA2 to make the profiles work if I make changes to them? I ask this because it seems to me that if I change something in SST it doesn't make a difference in the game. It seems the only thing that matters is what options are setup IN game.
Which then leads me to wonder what is the point of SST? I mean, it seems like it'd be awesome having multiple modes with key bindings. Could have a vehicle one and an aircraft one, for example. But... I cannot seem to get anything set in SST to react in ArmA 2.
Any help would be appreciated.
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