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Old 11th April 2015, 07:50 AM
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Using DS4Windows--- ghh, 5 posts or more to posts links, then pardon the extra posts I'll have to make in a second, since I don't see 4 other threads I can contribute to at the moment.

Yes. Running the Playstation controller through a XBox driver to play Nintendo games on my PC. Ahh, gaming Zen~

Anywho: can't get neither P64 1.6 (Jabo's nor Ngage's plugin) or 2.2 to pick up the rumble feature. Hell, got the rumble to work in Dolphin, but not a thing with '64. Halp plz.
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Old 11th April 2015, 08:01 AM
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Think I need one more to post links... 'kay, so the DS4 (and Xbone controller) has two weight/motor units for the rumble, while the Rumble Pack and the Gamecube controller had only one. I recall from that one cheezy promo video for Starfox 64 that it was toted that the 'Pack had varying levels of vibration intensity, but can't recall if it was varying strength, or just varied lengths of time that it rumbled.
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Old 22nd April 2015, 07:44 AM
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I don't see 4 other threads I can contribute to at the moment.
Yes. Running the Playstation controller through a XBox driver to play Nintendo games on my PC.
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Old 22nd April 2015, 11:38 AM
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Old 24th April 2015, 06:34 AM
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Hi OP. Interested to know, how did you made the rumble feature work in Dolphin? I use the same setup (InputMapper, previously DS4Windows and Dualshock 4 controller)

I'm recently discovering about this new PJ release, i will test and report.
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Old 26th April 2015, 10:02 AM
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How did you even get your DS4 to be recognized by the emulator? I'll do all of the mapping, but when it get's to the "press start" menu of ANY game, instead it says "No controller". I know it's not my controller or my computer, I've checked to see that both are working with a FEW button mapping programs (Each program confirmed that the computer is able to pick up each button press, or analog movement, even the tilting features, which are totally unnecessary for n64 gameplay), I've tried searching for the solution for this, to no avail. So I was forced to make an account and I stumbled upon this thread. I just want to be able to play Zelda on my computer man, but this whole controller BS is really making me want to give up on it altogether, you know?
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Ok, finally tested my DS4 in PJ64 2.2: works BEAUTIFULLY. I detected a bug in the nRage plugin where the C-buttons mappings disappear if you enter the pad config again. Where should i report this?

Oh, and rumble works. Haven't tested MemPak or Transfer Pak yet.
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I detected a bug in the nRage plugin where the C-buttons mappings disappear if you enter the pad config again. Where should i report this?
https://github.com/project64/project64/issues
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