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- 15 Apr 2019 15:23

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Configuration to play Osu! with JoyShockMapper

# Configuration for Osu
# Jibb Smart
# (Any line that starts with # is ignored by JoyShockMapper)
# First, reset to defaults so we don't have to set values we don't care about
RESET_MAPPINGS

# Calibrate. Good calibration means people can easily change sensitivities and expect them to behave the same between games.
# For 2D mouse games like this, the convention is to make it that a GYRO_SENS of 1 would mean the controller takes a full revolution to move the mouse from one side of a 1920x1080 screen to the other.
REAL_WORLD_CALIBRATION = 5.3333
# Please set IN_GAME_SENS to your in game mouse speed setting whenever you change it in game. This and COUNTER_OS_MOUSE_SPEED should cancel out the effects of different players having different mouse settings.
IN_GAME_SENS = 1

# Button mappings
GYRO_OFF = E
R = LMOUSE
L = RMOUSE
+ = ESC
- = O

# Mouse settings included because good settings are so important, but normally I just reference the file:
#GyroConfigs/_2Dmouse.txt
# Gyro mouse setup
MIN_GYRO_SENS = 8
MAX_GYRO_SENS = 16
GYRO_CUTOFF_RECOVERY = 5
MIN_GYRO_THRESHOLD = 5
MAX_GYRO_THRESHOLD = 75
GYRO_SMOOTH_THRESHOLD = 5

JibbSmart's Notes

It takes some practice, but this game is great for exploring the potential for gyro gaming with precision.

Use the right or left shoulder button for mouse clicks. Plus/Options is ESC, so it's used both for pausing the game and leaving it from the main menu. Minus/Share opens the settings.

East to disable gyro if you need to, but I've found that I only use it to get into a good position before starting, and then never have to use it during a song.

Osu! is free, so check it out and let's see what you can do! The video above is from only my second hour or so with the game, and I'm keen to get better with practice.

How to Use this Config

Using JoyShockMapper configurations is easy once you know how. If you haven't used it before, check out the guide. For using a community config like this one, you only need to get through the first two sections — Installing JSM and Using an already-made configuration file.

Just copy the above configuration into a text file, change the IN_GAME_SENS to match your in-game settings, and then drag that file into JoyShockMapper and hit Enter to use it right away. Some games have their own limitations with certain controllers or require some extra setup, so make sure to check for any notes near top of the main Osu! page.