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Bug in Companion?

Posted: Sun Aug 23, 2015 10:22 pm
by jhsa
Watch the video

Isn't the channel supposed to stay at zero when the stick is above zero? Depending on how fast I move the stick on the simulator, the value is always different..


Re: Bug in Companion?

Posted: Mon Aug 24, 2015 7:01 am
by Kilrah
No, your input is defined as NEG side only, so anytime the stick is positive the calculations are not run and the value stays what it was on last time it was calculated.
The simu won't run calculations ~500 times a second like the radio does especially if the PC is already strained by other programs like a screen recorder, so when you move the stick quickly like you did it's possible to move the stick beyond 0 relatively long after the last calculation was run.

Normally you'd have a 2nd input line that defines what should be done for POS.

Re: Bug in Companion?

Posted: Mon Aug 24, 2015 8:35 am
by jhsa
Ok.. you're the one who knows. To me it looked like a bug :)
Even if I move the sticks very slowly the value is never zero as you can see in the video. Actually you don't have to move the sticks very fast to make that number much different from zero.
And it's not my computer.. Not this one, that is for sure ;) :)
Classic excuse ;) it's always the client's computer's fault looool :mrgreen:

Anyway, I thought I'd let you know. If all is good then wonderful :) ;)