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24 Jan 2018 09:30 #67111 by vlad_vy
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This build based on stable v5.0.0 release with some minor fixes and all new protocols integrated. It's quite different from Nightly Builds what actually will be v6.0.0.

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24 Jan 2018 16:49 #67121 by aMax
Thanks for this 7e build.
Nice to get some features back since the Standart Gui was only wasting space on my transmitter for years.
Thump up.

Devo7e, TaranisQ X7, R9M , 4in1 MM, Futaba FC18plusV3.2 & DFT/FLD-02

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24 Jan 2018 19:28 #67123 by Moeder
I have agreed for quite a while, that we should be doing more sub releases, as this has not much to do anymore with the original 5.0.0

I'll propose a new way of doing it:
Major Version numbers for new features
Minor version number for new protocols
Third version number for bugfixes in either major or minor releases

Let the discussion go wild...(maybe in a new thread?)

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24 Jan 2018 19:56 #67125 by FDR

Moeder wrote: Let the discussion go wild...(maybe in a new thread?)

Definitely...

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29 Jan 2018 12:40 #67252 by MacGyverek
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There is any chanse to add a voice alert to your build ??

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29 Jan 2018 13:02 #67253 by vlad_vy
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Why do this? Then it will be almost nightly build.

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29 Jan 2018 13:12 #67254 by MacGyverek
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Bacause there is many changes in dsmx protocol compared to your version. Your version is super stable, your version have old menu. In my opinion is better.

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29 Jan 2018 13:45 #67256 by vlad_vy
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All protocols are synchronized to Nightly builds. You can compare any of them if you want.

This build DSMX protocol options:


What is the difference with Nightly builds?
Attachments:

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30 Jan 2018 01:08 #67270 by mog-joe
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Hello Vlad_vy,
i have installed the biuld devo7e-v5.0.0-2018-01-24. How can i change the language to german?
Permanent timer works. GUI editor works.
FS is installed complete form the build

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30 Jan 2018 06:05 - 30 Jan 2018 06:10 #67274 by vlad_vy
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Sorry, it's my error. I can't test it with real devo7e. Now I realize that language support can't be fit to devo7e memory.

I replaced devo7e build with corrected version without language support.
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01 Feb 2018 07:14 - 08 Feb 2018 15:46 #67350 by vlad_vy
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"Deviation v5.0.0 build with latest protocols" (based on v5.0.0 release core)

* Add 3pos momentary trim switch, from DavidBoone
Adds the ability to use the momentary trim switches as 3 pos switches. ie, normal resting position is centred (0), while pressing the trim one way or the other results in a momentary deflection in one direction (-100) or the other (+100).

* Add support for 6 independent trim sets
You can use 4-6 contiguous virtual channels to setup 4-6 pos switch, then assign to trims "Switch" the first used virtual channel and you will have 4-6 independent trims sets. The virtual channels switch at any state should have only single channel with +100% value, all others -100%. It's intended for for 4-6 flight modes with independent trims settings.

* Add iRangeX iRX-IR8M


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01 Feb 2018 07:17 - 13 Mar 2018 04:12 #67351 by vlad_vy
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Fresh emulator builds

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04 Feb 2018 07:31 #67382 by mtx63
hi vlad_vy

I am looking for the folder protocol for Devo 6.

mtx63

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04 Feb 2018 08:56 #67383 by vlad_vy
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I don't understand. Devo 6 has not "protocol" folder. It used by devo7e and devo "F" series.

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07 Feb 2018 18:56 #67434 by vlad_vy
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Now I can add to "Deviation v5.0.0 build with latest protocols":
* Flash memory type detection
* devof12e-XMS
* devof4-XMS
* devof7-XMS

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08 Feb 2018 07:16 - 08 Feb 2018 14:23 #67442 by vlad_vy
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Tested flash memory type and size auto-detection:

Devo 8s = OK
Jumper T8SG = OK
devof12e-XMS = OK.
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08 Feb 2018 15:42 - 23 Feb 2018 14:04 #67444 by vlad_vy
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"Deviation v5.0.0 build with latest protocols" (based on v5.0.0 release core)

* Add flash memory type detection
* Add devof4-XMS
* Add devof7-XMS
* Add devof12e-XMS

Emulators:
www.deviationtx.com/forum/builds/6407-de...cols?start=300#67351

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08 Feb 2018 15:45 - 23 Feb 2018 14:03 #67445 by vlad_vy
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I can't attach more than 10 files, and so devof-XMS builds attached with separate message

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22 Feb 2018 10:34 #67687 by Hobee
Hi Vlad,

first of all thank you so much for all the work and effort you put into this project! I really apreciate it! I read through this thread and also searched the forum, but I could not find answers to the following new functions you added:

- Orange RX yes / no: should I enable or disable this for Lemon RX satellites (normal or diversity versions)?
- High Speed: do I need to rebind my satellites after upgrading to your firmware or after changing this option?
- F.Log Filter: what does this option do? In which case should I enable it?

Thanks again!
Hobee

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22 Feb 2018 10:52 - 22 Feb 2018 10:56 #67690 by vlad_vy
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"OrangeRx" - to avoid error at PN codes table. It can relate to any third party receiver. With DSM2, if your Rx doesn't bind, you can try this option. With DSMX, if you have high rate of Frame Loss, you can try this option.

"HighSpeed" 11ms - work with number of channels 8-10, at channels 2, 3, 4, 6 (Aileron, Elevator, Rudder, Pitch/Flap/AUX1). Other channels have refresh rate 22ms. It's Spektrum and protocol limitation. You need "HighSpeed" Rx to use it (all Spektrum DSMX receivers with number of channel 8-12 are "HighSpeed"). You don't need rebind after changing this option.

"F.Log filter:" - it filter false Flight Log values at the edge of telemetry range. These false values is "Spektrum warning" about edge of telemetry range.

If you already use Deviation, you don't need rebind your receivers after upgrading to my firmware.
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