01-10-2012 10:25 AM - last edited on 01-10-2012 07:23 PM by nanci
I'm very sad to come back after one year (two years after my purchase) and find that the Axis Reversal Bug is still not solved for the throttle and rotaries.
A year ago I took the time to learn VC++ to create a fix for this in my favorite games, DCS. It took me two weeks, working part-time, being a non professional developer. It works great, but has to be mantained every time they release a new game.
I find it insulting to me as a paying and enthusiastic customer that Logitech could not be bothered into spending a ridiculously small amount of time and money to solve this problem directly in the driver software or firmware when lots of paying, enthusiastic customers are requesting it continuously through all communication channels.
I will never again buy anything from Logitech. I will actively discourage people from buying Logitech products through all means available and will take every tiny opportunity to damage your company.
You have scammed me. [edited]
01-10-2012 12:00 PM - last edited on 01-10-2012 07:24 PM by nanci
Oh. Being angry as I am I kept browsing the forum and found that apparently the engineering department of Logitech reviewed the Axis Reversal Bug in the non-joystick axes, and determined that they would not correct it because it might break something else.
I want to say this loud and clear: The engineer who made that decision is utterly incompetent and completely wrong. He is just not trying hard enough. I solved the problem in software, it can be solved by Logitech's people too either at Firmware level or Driver level.
I'm very frustrated by all this. It is incredible how you can have a forum and ignore what is written and take a [word filter evasion] response from the engineering department and just go along with it.
01-14-2012 06:38 PM - edited 01-14-2012 06:40 PM
Most others have simply sold (or thrown away) their G940 and bought other sticks.