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Question Absolute Value from Simtools?

Discussion in 'SimTools DIY Version' started by PMK, Feb 27, 2020.

  1. PMK

    PMK Member Gold Contributor

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    I'm tuning my seatbelt tension system and was wondering if it is possible to get the absolute value for a degree of freedom from the game?

    i.e sway has positive and negative values for left/right accelerations, this results in the seatbelt tightening for one direction of sliding and loosening for sliding in the other direction.

    I'm running a JRK 12v12 so probably not much room for custom programming this outside of simtools.
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    No, but it could probably be a filter for an axis assignments plugin.
    The axis would only be half used thou. (maybe that's ok thou).
    what kind of motor do you have it connected to?
    I could think of a couple of ways to connect it so it would not matter which way the motor spun.
    But i have no idea what your setup looks like,
    Take care,
    Dustin