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ProdOus
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Hello SimHub, thank you so much for your great work!! I would like to know if SimHub will be supporting or has plans to support the new flight simulator being release at the end if this year?


   
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Wotever
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Hi !

Concerning flight sims in a general manner, it will come later.
Currently Simhub is highly "race simulator" oriented, and properly supporting flight sims requires some preparation work (new dash components, new shakeit effects, new kind of gauges ...). Before starting this whole new set of features concerning flight sims I want to make sure all the existing "sim racing" features are reaching the level of quality I want.

Nicolas


   
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ManuelSt
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Yes, i am looking also for it, SimHub are a great tool and i don't want an another. 😉 
The basics for FS2020 as a start/beta with air speed, speed over ground and high will be nice.
But yes, it's much work and when you will make it, then complete.

I can wait. 

Thank you.


   
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BNRacer
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Thank you.  I am also interested in this.  Simracing is my main interest, but the flight simulator is fun and interesting and I second the thought that I really don't want to add another piece of software and dodgy add ons.  Would love to get my Buttkicker to give some basic feedback while flying.  Simhub has been a quality part of my rig!  Really appreciate what you've done with it.


   
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RCDism
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thank you "Wotever" for all your hard work. u woke my race pit up with some simple DIY projects. i would love to add a simple rumble seat to my flight pit just to feel it touch down and taxi. 


   
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dispatchout
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Thank you for a great program. I have been using SimHub for a while and I love it. 

I have been searching to see if the Microsoft Flight Simulator will be supported and came across this post. I think there would be a lot of people that would love to use your software in the new flight sim even if not every feature crossed over from sim racing. I do not know if there is any software out that does the same thing as simhub for flight sims, but I think there is a market there with how popular the new flight sim is.  I know from personal experience that the flight sim feels incomplete without any vibration feedback. 


   
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HotChilliDogs
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Hey. Love SimHub - makes my racing feel so much better! Subscribed the other day for a SimHub license and it was worth every cent - so much better! I also have the new FS2020 and would love to get some telemetry feedback via SimHub too. Would be great to feel the rumble of the plane as you're flying it etc. Hope you have time to make it happen - thanks.


   
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HotChilliDogs
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@admin5435

Hi Wotever. Thanks for a great product - appreciate it and am a happy subscriber. Hey, any chance you can just add the rumbles for now (for fs2020). I (like many other users) don't use the dashboards etc, but use your software mainly for the rumble pack vibrations, so it would be good if we could just get that for now and you could add all the more time consuming stuff (ie: dashboard stuff) later? Would be super grateful - thanks!


   
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ManuelSt
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Any news about it?
I fount 2 Apps for Android and iOS, but they will cost over 30€ and are not running on my old smartphone. 


   
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Diddy64
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I wish The guys from Simhub would reconsider intergrating Simhub with Microsoft Flight Sim 20. I use a combination of rumble motors and shakers and only Simhub allows this. I have tried simshaker which only takes sound from a sound card and not the Audruino board I use for the rumble motors. 

 

Please reconsider.

 

David.


   
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LUKE490SKY
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C'mon guys!!! Let's do it 🙂 I use Simhub for Racing but I also wish it worked for MS Flight Simulator. It would be wonderful! 😀


   
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Pedro Gomes
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There is no news about MSFS integration? I really want to use the VoCore Screen as a PFD or even with FMC in Boeing 737 🙂


   
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damnit72
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A simple workaround I found recently for my new bass shakers is to use voice meeter banana (free/donationware) ... you can set one audio stream to output on two or more hardware devices - then add an equaliser to one of these so that only LFE / sub ~180mhz audio is played on the bass shakers - linky linky: 

https://vb-audio.com/Voicemeeter/banana.htm


   
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