Using MCG Pro mini-stick Axis as buttons

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Using MCG Pro mini-stick Axis as buttons

Postby WelshZeCorgi » Sun Sep 29, 2019 6:35

Hi, I need some help.

I'm trying to map 2 dials to the 2 mini-stick axes on the MCG Pro stick. Both dials have 8 positions, so 4 buttons on pure x or y and the other 4 buttons on the diagonal x+y. I managed to have the POV hats bind to those positions but in practice, when I use the mini-sticks to "turn" the dial, the response is spotty. It would sometimes require me to go pure x or y, before turning it into the diagonal position to press the button, or it would press another button when I release the hat, putting the dial in the wrong setting.

I was wondering if anyone knew how to have the 8 way hats to behave more strictly, to minimize mistakes or fiddling with the controls.

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Re: Using MCG Pro mini-stick Axis as buttons

Postby hon0 » Wed Oct 16, 2019 18:46

I apply a large deadzone as well. But indeed I still can't really hit/leave the diagonal without first hitting X or Y axis. I guess this is because the deadzone applied is a "square" deadzone (left exemple). Maybe if we could apply circular deadzone it would help? (Right exemple).

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Re: Using MCG Pro mini-stick Axis as buttons

Postby WelshZeCorgi » Sun Nov 24, 2019 21:17

Can we do that now or is it impossible to change the programming for the settings?


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