Does anyone else have trouble with the trim wheel moving slow when using a mouse wheel for the input? I recently designed and built a trim wheel that uses a mouse wheel for the input. It works fine on all other programs, but when I go into the sim it moves very slowly. I have also tried creating a macro that will speed it up. The macro worked in other games and software but not in the sim. It is slow on every mouse I have tried, so I don’t think it has to do with the specific mouse I am using. When I set the trim to move with my Saitek yoke it moves much faster. Does anyone have any advice or suggestions?
You can click and drag it to get MUCH faster results, or set a controller binding. I have the second hat on my X52 set to elevator trim on the vertical, and heading bug on the horizontal. Be aware that using a control binding will get you slow results for about a second, then it will take off.
This is what I am currently doing until I can get the trim wheel I built to move faster in the sim. In the controls you can map the mouse wheel to trim up and trim down, however, this will make it move very slow. I am trying to find a way to speed it up, either through FSUIPC, Mouse Macros, or something else.
EDIT: Thanks for the quick reply though!
I actually meant to say Elevator above (now fixed).
I am going to try creating a macro that will simulate button presses instead of the mouse wheel. This should work. If it does work I will post the script for the macro for anyone else with this issue.