Stupid question, but did you try to change the values of the two axes? Low values might not be enough for you pad.
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07-03-2009, 07:56 PM
(This post was last modified: 07-03-2009, 08:27 PM by fedaykin.)
Ok, I found out what the problem was. When looking at the settings for each motor, there are four axes (at least with my gamepad). By default, the first two (Rz axis and Z axis) are ticked and the remaining two, X and Y, are not. This way, it does not work. What I had to do was untick the first two axes and tick the last two, so only X and Y had to be ticked. Now it works.
Having re-read it now, the explanation in the Lilypad thread does hint that some axes may have to be disabled and others enabled, depending on the device, but for some reason it talks about motors instead of axes. That's what got me confused.
Oh, and this is in the 1329 beta. In 0.9.6, it simply says "axis 1, axis 2" etc, instead of "axis 1: Rz, axis 2: Z...". In any case, it's axes 3 and 4 that I had to enable.
07-03-2009, 09:52 PM
(This post was last modified: 07-03-2009, 09:53 PM by pedrosilvaa.)
Some enabled and others disabled?? That's weird. All i did was after correctly configuring all the keys just select THEM ALL and press "BIG MOTOR". Done. It's rumble time!! =P
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im having a similiar problem
when ever i try to configure my logitech controller the button settings aren't saved not sure why any help would be greatly appreciated
That's a different issue, try running PCSX2 as administrator (right click) or move the PCSX2 folder to a folder you have permissions to, like your Documents folder.
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