I have issue with in-cockpit look around using the hat-switch on Logitech G940 HOTAS controls in War Thunder. If I use the mouse-look (default: press and hold C key while moving mouse), I can see everything perfectly: including looking behind own tail, and the whole rest of the sphere of view. However, using the hat-switch on the joystick, my FOV is fairly limited: I can see 90° left or right, or 90° up, but I cannot see behind (180°), and I cannot see in three-quarter sectors (left- and right-up forward and back, something like 45° both horizontal and vertical), nor can I see below in any direction except of forward a bit so I can see all of the instrument panel.
The game supports G940 natively, and most of the functions work out of the box, however buggy some of them may be. Controllers are calibrated in the Logitech software. As far as I remember, in Il-2 hat-switch works all the way around. Is there a way to make it work like so in War Thunder? Or is it by design? Would something like using face-tracking software for a web-camera be a better solution anyway?
I would like to know how I can connect my Logitech WingMan RumblePad to my Mac so I can play TF2 with it, using CoD-esque controls (Left Thumb = Move, Right Thumb = Aim). I have tried editing the joystick.cfg file, but that didn't seem to work — am I possibly missing something? I have tried external applications like USB Overdrive (which works, but it flips the thumbsticks for me), ControllerMate (which doesn't let me control the mouse without registering), and GamePad Companion (which also requires registration). I would like to find a free alternative, if possible; any suggestions?
running DOSBox in Windows 7 32-bit. Is there any way to play this game with the keyboard only? Or configure DOSBox in such a way that I can specify to use some keys as right click and left click instead of using a mouse? Or are there other software that can do it? Sorry if everyone misunderstood it. I want to remap mouse keys to be used by pressing some key on the keyboard like if I press J it should work just like pressing the left mouse button. And to swipe mouse from left to right and vice versa like doing it from a mouse. Just like Bluestack has done with itself.
I have adjusted the in game vehicle sensitivity options so that when controlling a tank the turret moves at a good speed. However, driving a Jeep my look sensitivity is too fast. Is there a way without using buttons on the mouse to configure the vehicle sensitivity to work for both tanks and Jeeps? If I use the buttons on my mouse, as soon as I exit the vehicle, it affects my foot soldier look sensitivity and I get killed. Is there external software that would help? I have a Logitech G9 and I have the setpoint software installed.
My configuration is as follows: W, S, A, D for up, down, left, right; R for shoot; L and R for swap 1 & 2; Up for jump. So how can I dash?
So I was trying to do the Augmented Reality side quests. I did the first ones just fine and got the upgraded grapple. Now I'm on the Advanced missions. I looked online and saw on here and other forums and in videos. Hold Space, press and hold Left CTRL while still holding Space, then release Left CTRL. However, every time I release Left CTRL Batman instantly shoots way up instead of just gliding forward. I've been flying around the city to practice and so far nothing I have done is making a difference. Could anyone help me understand please?
the other spells in my build cannot be bound to the mouse left click button, so I am forced to have thunderclap as my left click. Why is this a problem? Let's review how left and right mouse buttons work... as left click is a pain. So if I bind my thunderclap to the right button, it is perfect, I just smash enemies but having my right button always pressed, and my movements/attacks are optimized and feels comfortable. But in order to have thunderclap in my right click, I have to give up an other skill and put something useless as my left click. Does a force attack button or mechanic exists? (when
At the point where it's necessary to split the party in the Highpool Tunnels, I addressed this by using spc to leave formation movement mode and box-selecting all but one character to move. Reselecting the main party every time I have to switch perspective to the character left behind and back is annoying and error-prone, however. Is there a better way to split the party, possibly in a more persistent fashion like Wasteland used?
Deus Ex: Human Revolution is not working correctly with my mouse. I have an extra monitor, off to the left. When I play the game, the mouse is not 'grabbed', so if I look to the left, I'll see the mouse pointer come out into my second monitor (the view still changes as the mouse moves around the second screen). If I then click, the game loses focus and minimizes. If I'm hacking, I can't actually click Hack, as there's a weird offset applied to the mouse. If do I click Hack, number 4 is activated. I can't move the cursor right enough to click Hack. I can disconnect the monitor
I have four favourites that are bound to hotkeys: Long bow (3) Iron sword (2) Flame Sparks While I have a sword in my right hand and Flame in my left I can switch to the bow just fine by pressing 1, but when I switch away from the bow and back to the sword and Flame by pressing 2 my character apparently decides that bows suck and the hotkey unbinds. I know that this is highly likely to be a bug. Why I ask is in case I am missing something obvious (or not-so-obvious) that's causing this that isn't a bug. Considering my opinion of the Skyrim menu interface so far, it's also likely