Same functions apply for DC/DS-16/24.
- Free possibility to select a stick
- Free activation points for high & low activation and high & low deactivation
- Easy to use setup-screen
- Setup-screen shows the status of Snapper Switch, no need to jump off application when adjusting
- Application switch “Snapper Switch” created, use for whatever function you need
The idea behind Snapper is easy. We need to have switch active when chosen stick is over a certain value in both directions and the switch to be deactivated when stick is under a certain value in the same direction. The trick is that the ON-value is not the same as OFF-value. This can be done with a lot of thinking and logic switches but hey, it can be made so much easier.
In short: Copy the .lc (or .lua, the .lc is memory-optimized) file from github here to your transmitters Apps-folder, if there is a translation file copy the .jsn file to Apps/Lang-folder on your transmitter. Head on to “Applications” -> “User applications” and add the app. Guide on installation of Lua-apps available here if you need some more in-depth guide.
Setting up and using – Snapper
Setup is self-explanatory when you seen the screen:
Here I have P3 (Rudder, I’m on Mode 2) setup to activate Snapper when stick is more than 75% in either direction. When Snapper is activated it will be deactivated only when stick comes back to center, between -15% and 15%. Note that you can set up different values to both directions so function can be unsymmetrical if so desired.
Like noted, there’s a Snapper Switch available for usage where wanted:
Now go and snap something :)
- 1.0 Original version – Languages available EN, DE, FR
- 1.1 DC/DS-16 version released
- 1.2 Added Italian language
- 1.3 “100%” Bug fix
- 1.4 Small change in 24-version
- 1.5 Memory improvements and unison versioning
Some rules do of course apply!
- Never use LUA to control a function that would take the model down if misbehaving!
- Always, always test the function thoroughly!
- If you do not know, then don’t!
- RC-Thoughts or myself is NOT responsible for anything this application does
- Applications are free to use (MIT-license) and linking to this page is encouraged!