X360 Controller: mapping for Guide button?Alternate R Stick?

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X360 Controller: mapping for Guide button?Alternate R Stick?

Postby elvin3836 » Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:03 am

Apologies if this is covered elsewhere in the forum. I checked and couldn't find anything.

1. Does anyone know how to map the Guide button (large silver X button in the middle)?
I tried the following but it doesn't work:
JOY1_BUTTON13

2. Is there an alternate method of mapping the right analog stick?
I currently use the following but I have a problem with calibration (I'll cover the problem in a different post).
Right Stick Up = JOY1_RYAXIS_NEG
Right Stick Down = JOY1_RYAXIS_POS
Right Stick Left = JOY1_RXAXIS_NEG
Right Stick Right = JOY1_RXAXIS_POS
Right Stick In = JOY1_BUTTON10


This is what I'm using for the other X360 controller buttons.

Dpad Up = JOY1_POV1_UP
Dpad Down = JOY1_POV1_DOWN
Dpad Left = JOY1_POV1_LEFT
Dpad Right = JOY1_POV1_RIGHT

Left Stick Up = JOY1_UP or JOY1_YAXIS_NEG
Left Stick Down = JOY1_DOWN or JOY1_YAXIS_POS
Left Stick Left = JOY1_LEFT or JOY1_XAXIS_NEG
Left Stick Right = JOY1_RIGHT or JOY1_XAXIS_POS
Left Stick In = JOY1_BUTTON9

Right Stick Up = JOY1_RYAXIS_NEG
Right Stick Down = JOY1_RYAXIS_POS
Right Stick Left = JOY1_RXAXIS_NEG
Right Stick Right = JOY1_RXAXIS_POS
Right Stick In = JOY1_BUTTON10

A Button = JOY1_BUTTON1
B Button = JOY1_BUTTON2
X Button = JOY1_BUTTON3
Y Button = JOY1_BUTTON4

LB = JOY1_BUTTON5
LT = JOY1_ZAXIS_POS
RB = JOY1_BUTTON6
RT = JOY1_ZAXIS_NEG

Start = JOY1_BUTTON8
Back = JOY1_BUTTON7

TIA
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Re: X360 Controller: mapping for Guide button?Alternate R St

Postby Toshiko » Wed Sep 19, 2018 4:33 pm

Is it even normally a mappable button? I was guessing that use of it had to be hard coded, since the few instances where it's had a function, it wasn't actually configurable.
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