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A simple program written in python and built on pyglet, used to display fightstick inputs on screen for streaming purposes
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A simple program written in python to display fightstick inputs.

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Prerequisites

  • python(2.7+)

Installation & Usage

  • Clone the git
    git clone https://github.com/calexil/FightstickDisplay.git
  • If you desire, make a launcher with fightstick.sh as the start script.
  • Most fightsticks will be mapped correctly by default, but if yours is not simply open the theme/layout.ini file and tinker with it until its mapped correctly. Usually only the rt/lt/rb/lb buttons get mixed up a little. If your fightstick is not detected at all, let us know by clicking here!
  • You can also use your own images for all items, and if you like different color buttons, just be sure to edit the image names to match in the main program
  • Enjoy

Current Version

1.1rc Watch it in action here

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