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Native Windows Bluetooth drivers for PlayStation 3 Peripherals
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(12-11-2019, 03:35 AM)AeroAceX01 Wrote: is there a way to open the Shibari.Dom.Server.exe silently (without the console window opening)? That way a user could set it as a startup task via task scheduler and not have to launch it and minimize the console window every time they wanted to use their controller. Apologies if this is already covered, I've never used Shibari before.
Install it as a service

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(12-11-2019, 03:35 AM)AeroAceX01 Wrote: Thanks so much for all of your hard work! The driver works flawlessly and I think the setup/pairing went even more smoothly than SCP did. Unfortunately for me, I think my DS3 might be broken... It registers random button presses (either X, O, Square or Triangle) whenever I move the left analog stick quickly. I'm fairly certain that it isn't due to your driver because it was happening with SCP using the same controller as well.

That said, I'm going to go ahead and ask a question that may benefit other users too: is there a way to open the Shibari.Dom.Server.exe silently (without the console window opening)? That way a user could set it as a startup task via task scheduler and not have to launch it and minimize the console window every time they wanted to use their controller. Apologies if this is already covered, I've never used Shibari before.

I have updated the FAQ!
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(12-12-2019, 10:22 AM)Nefarius Wrote: I have updated the FAQ!

Hi,

Not to derail this, but I used your latest scp toolkit and having errors with lilypad SVN + pressure sensitivity xinput. It does not seem to be compatible with the latest build of PCSX2.

Would be appreciated if you could integrate wired functionality into this new driver of yours so we can enjoy pressure sensitivity again.
W10 1809 LTSC
SCP  DS3 + DS4
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(12-19-2019, 02:01 AM)TK421 Wrote: Hi,

Not to derail this, but I used your latest scp toolkit and having errors with lilypad SVN + pressure sensitivity xinput. It does not seem to be compatible with the latest build of PCSX2.

Would be appreciated if you could integrate wired functionality into this new driver of yours so we can enjoy pressure sensitivity again.

I'd love to but I don't have the capacity to do this currently. Self care, social life and the jobs which pay my bills need my attention and I can't sacrifice any more free time of mine.
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