Actually, unless you specifically program the secondary stick for game
pads such as the SGC-2909 the secondary stick will do nothing. However,
some game pads like the Logitec Rumble Pads have a speed slider on the
front of the unit that when slid left/right they act as a type of
throddle control. Seeing that every game pad and joystick is different I
can't see a way around not having some kind of built in profiler to
customize the controller to the end users liking.
Jim Kitchen wrote:
I'm sure that Mach 1 tts will work with any joystick as the code for
joysticks is all the same. I am thinking of the dual stick game
controller that has been discussed and am thinking about steering with
one stick and the other stick would be the gas and brake peddle.
Guess that would work out ok. The Logitech MOMO Racing controller has
behind the steering wheel two fins (buttons) that you can pull easily
with your finger tips while your hands are on the wheel. I have those
set to speedometer and track position. Then there are 6 buttons on
the hub of the steering wheel. I have them as lap, gear, time and
horn. Two are unused. Then to the right of the steering wheel is a
gear shift knob. I have it as pushing it forward is down shift and
pulling it towards you is to shift up a gear. So I still need to
write all of the part where one can select which button, stick etc
will do what if you are not using the Logitech MOMO Racing controller
or just want to rearrange what does what.
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