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Post RVW Controller Help
I am trying to use my Xbox One controller to control Robot Virtual Worlds. It is connected through a wired connection.

However, in the controller screen, some buttons don't work as they should. When I press certain buttons, it tells me another is being pressed.

Is there a way to configure my controller options?

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Thu Mar 24, 2016 2:58 pm

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Post Re: RVW Controller Help
RVW doesn't support XBox one controllers. It only supports PC Controllers and the one they recommend is the Logitech F310 Gamepad Controller. However, even with this controller I have had problems.
To configure your controller, go to the Joystick Configuration under the Window menu in RVW. This option will only appear if you are in if the menu level is expert or super user. You can't configure the buttons (or at least I can't) but you can configure the joystick axes by selecting the custom joystick config box. If you push the buttons or move the axes on your joystick, it will display the values it thinks they represent.

If it says it can't find your joystick, just refresh or reselect it. I find it tends to lose the joystick during configuration.

Tue Jun 14, 2016 5:47 pm

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Post Re: RVW Controller Help
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