Open Joystick Display

Free Open Joystick Display 2.8.0

alexdinpoik

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Hi . is it possible to add a wheel (moves left/right) "cluch gas, brake" gears are not that important since they can ussaly se what gear im in
 

Mr. Mendelli

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Is there a way to run/start OJD in broadcast mode? Something like a commandline argument or switch? I checked the Entering Broadcast Mode portion of the user manual but didn't find anything like what I'm looking for.
 
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RetroWeeb

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@Mr. Mendelli
Is there a way to run/start OJD in broadcast mode? Something like a commandline argument or switch? I checked the Entering Broadcast Mode portion of the user manual but didn't find anything like what I'm looking for.
Not as of right now, broadcast mode is turned off by default when the application loads. I felt like there was a reason I did this and I also mimic'd this behavior in Open Randomizer Tracker- but I don't remember why. I look into why I did this and get back to you- if there is no technical reason I can get a release out that could make it an option like a command line argument. (However I'm out for business until end of next week so it will have to wait until next weekend).
 

Mr. Mendelli

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@Mr. Mendelli


Not as of right now, broadcast mode is turned off by default when the application loads. I felt like there was a reason I did this and I also mimic'd this behavior in Open Randomizer Tracker- but I don't remember why. I look into why I did this and get back to you- if there is no technical reason I can get a release out that could make it an option like a command line argument. (However I'm out for business until end of next week so it will have to wait until next weekend).
@Mr. Mendelli
Yeah there is no technical reason, just tried it out. I'll have a new binary uploaded next week and I will reply here with it. Thanks!
Excellent! Thank you for adding such a minor feature. My reason for asking is because I'm writing a script to run OBS and OJD at the same time from one shortcut. Thank you for your support.
 

RetroWeeb

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RetroWeeb updated Open Joystick Display with a new update entry:

Open Joystick Display 2.7 - Racing Wheel Support

The last update for the year (I hope anyways lol)- a brand new feature has been added to OJD and that is Racing Wheel support! You can now use your racing wheel, pedals, and gearboxes in OJD! Go check it out!

I also fixed a bit of a snafu regarding linux binary builds. They should be good on all modern platforms again. Sorry guys!

A big thanks to https://github.com/leillo1975 and https://github.com/berarma for making this a reality and testing out the beta builds...
Read the rest of this update entry...
 

Sadboosh

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So digging the downloadable controller and it seems to work very nicely.
*edit*
I'm a bit of an idiot. I just added the chroma filter onto the game pad. Duh. Fantastic program still lol
 
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RULEROFCATS

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I'm having trouble getting my Gamecube controller sticks and analog triggers to actually show any movement. I'm using a Mayflash adapter and I'm running a combination of like vJoy and some other software to get it to work with Project 64. Any help? All buttons and everything else work fine.
 

RetroWeeb

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I'm having trouble getting my Gamecube controller sticks and analog triggers to actually show any movement. I'm using a Mayflash adapter and I'm running a combination of like vJoy and some other software to get it to work with Project 64. Any help? All buttons and everything else work fine.
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu8sM3AvJx8&feature=youtu.be

- Ensure you have your adapter in PC mode and not Wii U/Switch mode.
- Check your device manager to make sure the inputs are showing up there.
- Ensure you're using the correct profile mapping in OJD (Use the mayflash mapping)
- Ensure that you have selected the correct player on the left hand side. Try all of them, the mayflash likes to put them out of order. (Applies to both the Gamecube and the Dreamcast adapters)
 

RULEROFCATS

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Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu8sM3AvJx8&feature=youtu.be

- Ensure you have your adapter in PC mode and not Wii U/Switch mode.
- Check your device manager to make sure the inputs are showing up there.
- Ensure you're using the correct profile mapping in OJD (Use the mayflash mapping)
- Ensure that you have selected the correct player on the left hand side. Try all of them, the mayflash likes to put them out of order. (Applies to both the Gamecube and the Dreamcast adapters)
I have it in Wii U/Switch mode because that's what everything else needs it to be in to function properly. The sticks do work in device manager though, I have the correct mapping, and I have the correct player. I wonder why it works right in device manager but not in the program.
https://youtu.be/s5vNR3aIA9Y
 

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JG52Karaya

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Hi, was wondering if it's planned to add some joysticks like the Thrustmast T.16000M and Warthog HOTAS to the list of supported controllers?
 

RetroWeeb

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@JG52Karaya - I would if I had them, but I don't and they are fairly pricey (and I have no need for them), however if you're willing to work with me, I can get it done like we did with the racing wheel feature. I recommend making a github ticket for the feature request and then follow the guide from the wheel ticket on how you can help assist me:

Wheel Support Ticket:
https://github.com/KernelZechs/open-joystick-display/issues/26

Pay attention to berarma's post as it was the most useful.
 

RetroWeeb

Member
I have it in Wii U/Switch mode because that's what everything else needs it to be in to function properly. The sticks do work in device manager though, I have the correct mapping, and I have the correct player. I wonder why it works right in device manager but not in the program.
https://youtu.be/s5vNR3aIA9Y
Does your joystick work here (test in chrome): https://html5gamepad.com/ if not it is chromium/electron related and I cannot fix it. However I don't understand why you need it in Wii U/Switch mode as Project64 works just fine with it in PC mode.
 

RULEROFCATS

New Member
Does your joystick work here (test in chrome): https://html5gamepad.com/ if not it is chromium/electron related and I cannot fix it. However I don't understand why you need it in Wii U/Switch mode as Project64 works just fine with it in PC mode.
Worked in Firefox then I downloaded Chrome and sadly it didn't. I'll try PC mode with P64, it's just that the guide I was using said to have it in Wii U/Switch mode with some other software for some reason.
 
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