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- 25 Apr 2019 14:21

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Configuration to play Windows with JoyShockMapper

# Windows interaction using gyro
# Clear previous settings
RESET_MAPPINGS

# Calibration
REAL_WORLD_CALIBRATION = 5.3333
IN_GAME_SENS = 1
COUNTER_OS_MOUSE_SPEED

# Button mappings
GYRO_OFF = E
LLEFT = LEFT
LRIGHT = RIGHT
LUP = UP
LDOWN = DOWN
R = LMOUSE
L = RMOUSE
+ = ESC
ZL = LSHIFT
S = SPACE
N = ESC

# Include mouse settings
GyroConfigs/_2Dmouse.txt

JibbSmart's Notes

This is the configuration that comes with JoyShockMapper, so you already have it. But here's a quick rundown of the mappings:

The left stick corresponds to cursor keys. Right stick and gyro move the mouse. R/R1 for left click and L/L1 for right click (I know that looks backwards, but most games use the right side of a controller for primary actions and left side for secondary, but the reverse for mouse).

Plus/Options for Escape, ZL/L2 for shift, South for spacebar.

Hold East to disable gyro.

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 Windows page.