1. Drak0rex

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    I'm trying to use my wiimote as a controller. I downloaded glovepie but am unable to pair it. When I tried installing ppjoy, it wouldn't install the drivers. Is there a certain version I need, or is there a better method? I'm running Windows 10.
     
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    Depends on what you're trying to use it with. If it's for Dolphin, install WiiNUSoft and use Dolphin's built in settings. Pretty sure Glovepie isn't used anymore anyway. I seem to remember it being called deprecated.
     
  3. Zap Rowsdower

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    PPJoy requires Windows to be in test mode to function at all due to the driver signing certificate. GlovePIE should work fine by itself in Win 10, just make sure your hardware is synced to the stack before executing it with admin rights and running the script. If its a TR remote you need to use the last build. Wii Remote as an air mouse, very much worth the trouble imo.
     

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    I want to use my wiimote as a mouse, and play games outside of dolphin and cemu. If I can't use glovepie, what is the best way to do this?
     
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