|Name||Joystick Mapper 1.2 MAS mac-torrent-download.net.zip|
|Created on||2019-11-17 00:40:27|
|Files||Joystick Mapper 1.2 MAS mac-torrent-download.net.zip (10.79 MB)|
Joystick Mapper is an application that allows you to configure your joysticks or gamepads to simulate keyboard keys/mouse movement/mouse click/mouse scroll, so you can control any app or game using them, even the ones without built-in support.
A very good companion for First Person Shooters, Flash Games, Media Players, Photo Editing for example.
Works great with a variety of gamepads, including (but not limited to) Xbox, Logitech, Ps3, Ps4, Steelseries, Nintendo.
- Use any axis, dpads or buttons on your joystick to simulate keyboard and mouse;
- Map any of the 4 directions from an Analog Stick independently;
- Smooth mouse movement;
- Adjust mouse speed for analog sticks per direction individually, this can help with crappy gamepads;
- Analog Shoulder Triggers can be used as buttons;
- Any “weird” combination you want:
- Button/Dpad/Analog Stick/Analog Trigger –> Keyboard/Mouse/Click/Scroll;
- Ready-to-use examples, easily modifiable;
- Compatible with USB and Bluetooth Joysticks;
- Easy to use interface.
- To map Key-Combinations like CommandQ, just map two or more keys to the same input (in this example, one for Command and another for Q);
- Compatible with controllers that does use the standard HID Joystick interface;
- You may need to install a third party driver for Xbox controllers, you can find links to them in the Support site FAQ;
- If your PS3 gamepad does not respond to any input when connected using USB, just press the central “PS” button once;
- Wireless Xbox 360 Gamepads, sadly, does not use Bluetooth, you may need an adapter in this case. Search on the web for “Microsoft Wireless Gaming Receiver”;
- Other similar apps may prevent Joystick Mapper from operating correctly, if you have one and have problems, please disable them before using Joystick Mapper
- If you have problems and need assistance, please visit the support site
Check also the *Joystick Show* application to be able to test any Joysticks/Gamepads in a easy and nice way.
- OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor
What’s new in Joystick Mapper 1.2
Hello users, we apologize for the delay in updating the application. It took a lot of effort to convert the app to 64-bit and fix several bugs that have been around for years, as a bonus now we have a faster application. Note that there are issues to be fixed and the application may have problems disconnecting gamepads (this is being investigated), but now the application is functional on macOS Catalina. Please if you find errors and problems, please let us know so we can fix them as soon as possible. Thanks for understanding and have fun!