pixelbird at interisland.net
Fri Feb 13 17:09:53 CST 2004
> Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2004 14:59:00 -0500
> From: Thomas McGrath III <3mcgrath at adelphia.net>
> Subject: Re: Exocet dreams
> 4.) Although very difficult and mostly out of your control there are
> some drivers built in for simple control (serial keys, mouse keys)
Built into what? I don't see much USB control (game controller sockets)
> so if a switch exists it may have it's own driver and all you may need is
> two actions on/off to control most every thing.
Well, the single switch was just one example, sorry I made it look too
Single switches can be handled relatively easy in several ways, including
keyboard overlays. My current study is a SuperCard project which is designed
to use a stick with only up and down and the trigger.
I have several projects I've had to shove back because I can't setup
controllers from within the software. I want the user to be able to adjust
it themselves, meaning from the interface I've designed for them.
I'll probably port them to the first xTalk that comes up with that feature
or reliable external.
> I will ponder what you have said and get back to you if I find anything
Sure, thanks. On or off list is OK.
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