I was trying to discover whether I can move a command from the keyboard on to the joystick.
For example reverse thrust on the jets is on my keyboard
/slash and F2 which is a bit inconvenient I find and would be great on one of the base buttons on the joystick.
Is this possible please?
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Re: Not really a problem rather a question.
You can a program called autohotkey to program macros to any mouse,keyboard, or joystick button. The program itself can support a joystick with up to 32 buttons you can set macros to. Here is the link to the program.
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I'll bet it's the mouse in the keyboard that is at fault rather than your left arrow. Try pressing the little joystick mouse device in between the G and H key and above the B key to the right when your pointer drifts to the left. If it's the joystick moving it and then letting it rest should re calibrate it. Let us know whether or not the joystick is the culprit or not so we may continue to help you?
Check the mouse in the keyboard it could be at fault rather than
your left arrow key/switch. Try pressing the little joystick mouse device in
between the G and H key and above the B key to the right when your
pointer drifts to the left. If it's the keyboard's joystick then moving it a little and then
letting it rest should re calibrate it. Let us know whether or not the keyboards joystick is the culprit or not so we may continue to help you?
While trying to fix this problem today I discovered something that seems to help, at least in my case. If I push down on the small button located below the joystick/onoff button, while also tapping the OK button, the camera responds to the OK. (This is the display/info button.) I'm not sure why this works or whether it would help in every case, but it would be worth a try. I've been able to finally set my date and make other changes necessary after recharging my battery.
I had this same problem with my 360 controller (after modding it, but the solution should be the same..) If you pull up on any 360 joystick it will stick the same way.
The quickest fix would be to take some sandpaper on the inside of where the joystick touches the controller shell, sand it down just enough so the joystick is moving smoothly.
More professional ways would be to cut the little piece of metal that sticks out and goes into the joystick. Just a very small amount, too much will make it hard to press the right thumbstick button. You could also try some old fashioned grease, just a little bit on the inside, nothing noticeable from the outside.
Also make sure the controller is put back together right, I've taken apart many 360 controllers and sometimes joysticks stick when there's a wire in the wrong place and the shell won't close all the way. (The rumble motors particularly). Hope this helped!