Man, you must hate me by now :D. Clock runs irregularly, span between seconds lasts about 1-4 real seconds. Radio timer 35 seconds vs real time 1 minute. Timer set as allways on, I wasnt moving sticks while measuring :)
You are totally wrong! I like You the most of all users. I know that You use my software, because You find that error.. Thanks Your posts, my software can be better.
I'm not observing that behaviour. But in Your last model config You attached, You have set state machine rule (6) to:
TCycle Swi6 < 000 clock nr:0
But this cycle clock over 400 x per second.
Probably You want to set it like this:
TCycle SwT6 < 000 clock nr:0
then it cycle clock only once per switch move (SwT is -100 if switch change state from 100 to - 100, 0 if no change and 100 if change is from -100 to 100)
My "vision" of Your model config :)
Thanks this post, I was able to track other bug - during state machine rule delete, mixer one can be duplicated and the other one deleted. - fixed in v0.035.
To stick into this topic, I attached my version of Your config file. I don't use virtual switch for throttle cut, corrected issue with timer (now can be stop and run again with switch). I add an extra future, instead of using extra switch for timer reset, I used timer Tim0 (decreased every 1/10 s) to implement clock reset and hold after holding switch over 3 second (2900ms to be exact).
Thanks, what a honour :).
So, basically timer was being cycled very fast by wrong switch configuration? I had no idea what was difference between Swi and SwT, now I know (hopefully) :)
I use that throttle cut (lock) since my hand got very intimate with propeller :D
That 3-sec-holding-switch feature is very cool, as trainer switch is spring loaded.
Little OfftTopic, PPM output is working? I used to connect TX with pc simulator via ppm->usb interface with Atmega8, this one http://vusb.wikidot.com/project:ppm-rc-to-usb-interface (hovewer, older version - without transistor switch at the ppm input)
I'll check config file and v35 right after I got home from work.
I forgot to log in :)