Yeah, I've been looking into creating several skins for this. I'm also curious as to what outputs are being sent with that arcade stick you've linked, and if the Gamepad API even recognizes them.poke133 said:thanks for this overlay
suggestion: an arcade stick layout (like MadCatz/Razer: http://www.razerzone.com/gaming-control ... zer-atrox/) would be quite useful for fighting games.
Well that's nice to know. As for the skinning, yes, that's usually what needs to be done to display different controller types. I set up the HTML code neatly, in a way where all I need to do is make the graphics and position them accordingly. With thought to older controller types, like an NES remote, I'd probably need to add a config window so people can choose which buttons they want to emulate on the remote. I'd imagine people who use emulators with their 360 and PS3 remotes would have their own prefered method of playing, and giving them a choice on the web app would allow them to display their input with their prefered configuration.poke133 said:the gamepad API recognizes my PS3 stick through x360ce (http://code.google.com/p/x360ce/)
your web app and the games i play recognize my controller as a 360 pad.
the outputs are just as a gamepad: up, down, left, right, diagonals (up-left, up-right, down-right, down-left), X, Y, A, B, RT, LT, RS, LS, Start, Select
in conclusion: it's only a matter of skinning, the API is good :)
That's a windows only alternative with limited functionality. As this is a web app, it's cross platform compatible. That, and I'll be creating several skins for it as well.paladzin said:
Actually it can, just figured it out..mrmcpowned said:
Well, as I have no PS4 controller to test with, my answers on that are of a theoretical nature. As for the PS4 image, yes, that's part of a list of controller faces I'll be making for the viewer. As I'm currently a student, I don't have as much time to be rigorously working on this, so I work on the controller faces in my off time.KJThaDon said:Actually it can, just figured it out..mrmcpowned said:
Using Ds4 to detect as a "xbox" controller, it works.. Only thing is we now need a ps4 controller image to show instead, if you could?
Ps4 controller can plug into pc and charge while you use it on the ps4, so it works. You just need the drivers from DS4.
If you could make a duplicate page of the one that's there now, but have it show a ps4 controller even if it "detects" a xbox one, it would work. Since the program trick your pc into thinking it's a xbox controller...
Maybe just have these directions as how to do the ps4 version.
http://www.kotaku.com.au/2013/11/yes-yo ... h-your-pc/