Disable controller detection
- January 2, 2016 at 11:14 pm #163650Drifttk9Participant
I just need a simple script to keep the game from seeing my attached game pad. I dont like the default configuration and since the game doesnt let you change it, I would like to use Xpadder to make my own profile.
I edited the keymap.txt file and removed all the gamepad bindings. it doesnt remove the start and select/back bindings for some reason but its no big deal. Thanks FINDarkside for your help!January 2, 2016 at 11:20 pm #163651revdirtyParticipant
A better solution is using x360ce. its worked wonders for me , since i can invert the right stick but keep my mouse normal..January 2, 2016 at 11:57 pm #163654chokladParticipant
Um you can change the controls for the game by modding them. Let me know what you want the controls to be and I could do it for you.January 3, 2016 at 12:45 am #163660FINDarksideParticipant
There’s a text file in [username]/documents/square enix/just cause 3 that contains your control settings, you can set them for whatever you wan’t from there. However I don’t understand how making the game not detect your controller would help anything.January 3, 2016 at 6:33 am #163664Drifttk9Participant
Ok I can check out editing it. It would be awesome if I can edit all the buttons to do nothing.
Disabling controller detection allows me to use xpadder profiles instead. Xpadder treats the input device as a mouse and keyboard. So even if a game doesn’t have support for a controller I can play that game with one anyway.
Most games have a way to toggle controllers on and off. this game and some others do not. If the controllers are not turned off in game then when I push the button on the controller both the xpadder function and the native control function will be sent.
Last thing I want is to grapple and throw grenade at the same time.
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