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Motion Joy is the best there is at the moment.

I believe the "God-Awful Graphical User Interface" comment was a bit out there. I think it is just fine.

I have had the most success with version 6.00.5.0

That is by far my favorite Release.

Considering the utility is open source, and is compatible with over 5 different bluetooth devices. I would say it is rather good.

-Cons
Cant use it offline

-Pros
N/A everything is a pro
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Yes, you saying, "I didn't like it" is a fact.

Saying it had a god awful GUI is an opinion.

-_-
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No one is upset here.

The correct term would be astounded.

The fact that you took a jab with me with the instigating comment, "Thats just a fact."

I simply cannot think of a real world use for that phrase, without being slightly rash with someone.

note, thanks for taking the time to pull up the fancy pic.
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Glad to come to an agreement. Yes the visuals are not the best, but I do think they are organized, and they are very easy to use, and considering it is meant to be a minimized program, it does the job with flying colors.

When there is a new release of some form of ps3 controller usage youll find out about it. It isn't hard to improve on garbage. -Cpt. Price

Edit:

7.0 releases are on the way, you can download betas but they don't work very well, (or in my case at all).
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There is an alternative to Motioninjoy called Xinput which most people prefer on this site it seems. I always tolerated Motioninjoy because i thought it was the only option, but then I started getting controller glitches in PCSX2 so i looked on here for an alternative.

This post is what started me off: http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Phantom-B...#pid282268

No online verification stuff with Xinput, just plug and play. Simple as that.
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