• MorphOS Developer
    jacadcaps
    Posts: 1944 from 2003/3/5
    From: Canada
    @Solo_Kazuki

    Pulled out a random USB gamepad - works, but you generally need to make sure the mappings in USB preferences make sense. In the list on the bottom/left on the config window you'll see a 'Sensors' entry and you generally have to try and fix this by hand. Most joysticks have a totally bogus HID descriptor (they fix it by installing Windows filter drivers)...

    To check what the sensors API sees on the other side, download and run https://tunkki.dk/~jaca/waitandhid utility.

    I've also just tested an XBox 360 Wireless pad and an XBox One pad using waitandhid and they both work correctly. There's some issue with the 2 analog triggers in the 360 pad, so I'll make sure to correct that. The rest works just fine.

    @BSzili

    I'll try to review your code soon...

    Anyway, I recommend using XBOne/360 or PS4 gamepads and not the crappy random USB stuff.
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