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Get the mouse calibration mode back #33

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matlo opened this issue Nov 27, 2013 · 2 comments
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Get the mouse calibration mode back #33

matlo opened this issue Nov 27, 2013 · 2 comments

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@matlo matlo commented Nov 27, 2013

From mathieu....@gmail.com on February 01, 2011 14:57:34

The calibration mode was removed when the configuration file capabilities were coded.

The reason for this code removal was that the sixaxis emulator is now able to support multiple mice (but the libSDL is still not ready for that).

It's not easy to design a generic calibration mode that would work for multiple mice, so that the calibration mode will be back only for mouse id 0 in a first step.

Original issue: http://code.google.com/p/diyps3controller/issues/detail?id=31

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@matlo matlo commented Nov 27, 2013

From mathieu....@gmail.com on February 04, 2011 12:51:03

This mode does not save the configuration!
Each value has to be set with the sixemuconf tool.

To enter the calibration mode, press lctrl+rctrl.
Press lctrl+rctrl again to leave calibration mode.

Multiplier x:
Keypad 2: -0.25
Keypad 5: +0.25

Multiplier y:
Keypad 8: -0.25
Divide: +0.25

Deadzone x:
Keypad 3: -1
Keypad 6: +1

Deadzone y:
Keypad 9: -1
Multiply: +1

Exponent (for x & y):
Keypad 1: -0.1
Keypad 4: +0.1

Status: Fixed

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@matlo matlo commented Nov 27, 2013

From mathieu....@gmail.com on December 19, 2011 09:14:55

Status: Verified

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