Mini Padder

Mini Padder 3.5.1

DinirNertan

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DinirNertan updated Mini Padder with a new update entry:

New Skin for 6-button Pads, and Renderer Improvements

The tool was under the approval queue for a couple weeks, and I was making changes during the downtime. Here's the changelist.

2.2.3:
  • make skins stand out better
  • remove ambiguity on assignment texts
    'Push stick-left to right' isn't a clear text
  • better deadzone decision
  • properly skip looking for dpad change for render when it doesn't exist in the mapping
  • fix Renderer getting undefined as a skin name when a new gamepad is found on a slot previously used...
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DinirNertan

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DinirNertan updated Mini Padder with a new update entry:

Custom Skin Loader

From now on, localhost is not a necessity for using a custom skin. You can load your custom skin directly from the control panel, and share it to other users as a single JSON file after it's loaded.
  • new on-screen custom skin loader
  • accepting data URIs and links as skin source images
  • refresh the skin frame on fadeout option change
  • clarity improvements on the joystick skin
  • skin structure
    • remove `src` properties from `layer`s
    • support static images as layer...
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DinirNertan

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DinirNertan updated Mini Padder with a new update entry:

More Flexible Skin Customization

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This update brings flexibility to skin customization: you can make multiple skins using the same set of spritesheets. To demonstrate this, I merged 4 default skins into 2 folders: gamepad ones and joystick ones are now in their own folders.

I also made two variations on the MegaPad skin to demonstrate it.

Lots of things were going on in the code, but I hope that doesn't affect the use of Mini Padder at all.

Also I...
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shado9

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this is a great input display. i've made my own custom skins for other input displays before just to not have a big png of a gamepad taking up screenspace, and this uses that screenspace very efficiently right out of the box. having the sticks display below the face buttons like that is a really good idea as well; i might cop that if i ever do any more of the aforementioned
this'd be easier to work with, though, at least at first setup, if the options were accessible by pasting/typing the json right in the "custom css" box in OBS's browser source properties. i misunderstood at first and wondered why my changes weren't applying properly. at least you can save the configuration and it appears to remember your setting properly, as far as i've found
 
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