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Old 15th July 2016, 01:30 PM
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I have a problem with the configuration of the Thrustmaster Dual Trigger 2 in 1 Rumble Force.
Whenever I try to assign the right stick of the gamepad as analog stick, it also assign it for the gamepadbuttons, which i have assigned as x, o, Δ, □. So for example when I want to look around in a FPS it also starts to shoot.

Are there any ways to seperate these functions?

I am using the N-Rage-Plugin.
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Old 15th July 2016, 03:53 PM
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You're trying to assign the D-Pad as analog stick. You need to assign the analog stick under where it says Analog Stick.

Top left D-Pad on your controller is top left in NRage configure. Top right in NRage is C-Buttons. Bottom right in NRage is Analog Stick.

You can only use 1 Analog stick per controller. I use the left stick on my Gamestation Gear PC Pad (Same a PS3 controller).

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Old 15th July 2016, 04:36 PM
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You're trying to assign the D-Pad as analog stick. You need to assign the analog stick under where it says Analog Stick.

Top left D-Pad on your controller is top left in NRage configure. Top right in NRage is C-Buttons. Bottom right in NRage is Analog Stick.

You can only use 1 Analog stick per controller. I use the left stick on my Gamestation Gear PC Pad (Same a PS3 controller).
I use the digital Pad (left side/4 directions) of my controller as the D-Pad in the configuration and the right analog Stick in the appropriate field. The problem is that the N-Rage configuration automatically assigns the same keys on the right analog stick and the buttons on the right side and on the left d-pad and the left analog stick. So when I use the analog stick or the d-pad ingame it always leads to 2 actions at the same time. I have to find a way to separate these actions.
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This is what my config looks like.



I noticed your analog stick controls are set to buttons 00, 01, 02 and 03.

Run the Windows game controllers control panel. Search for joy.cpl, and run it to test and calibrate your controller.

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This is what my config looks like.



I noticed your analog stick controls are set to buttons 00, 01, 02 and 03.

Run the Windows game controllers control panel. Search for joy.cpl, and run it to test and calibrate your controller.
I tested and calibrated it now but the problem remains: the d-pad, and both analog sticks of my controller can just be assigned as "Gamepad: Y/X-axis -/+"
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I tested and calibrated it now but the problem remains: the d-pad, and both analog sticks of my controller can just be assigned as "Gamepad: Y/X-axis -/+"
What happens when the Analog is switched off on your controller?

Have you tried configure with XInput checked?
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