A simple graphical joystick test application, that actually visualizes axes, buttons, hats, and trackballs.
David H. Bronke
A simple graphical joystick test application, that actually visualizes axes, buttons, hats, and trackballs. Get the app using Bazaar: bzr branch http://dev.g33xnexus.com/bzr/pygame-joystick/trunk pygame-joystick
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admirer 2012-02-06 20:44:17
great work! Is it just me, or is pygame quite low-level, when it comes to joysticks?
Noapplepie 2012-07-23 08:11:15
it is extremely low level when it comes to joystick right now I am trying to figure out a way for it to tell the difference between -0.20 through 0.20(up) and not 0.20 through -0.20(down).(this is for moving) I am also trying to get the players angle to match the angle of the axis(going for a top down game will probably later take it and make isometric games after I get this perspective done as it is easy to do that kinda) at least left and right I will have no issues with just up and down and diagnle
n1ki7o 2012-04-30 21:36:20
I cant try it!