Official HID to VPAD

Discussion in 'Wii U - Homebrew' started by Maschell, Apr 25, 2016.

  1. Spawn420

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    Ended up creating a ini file and only adding the left stick VPAD settings from the magic_joy_box_gamecube ini you’ve provided in the nightly build. Feel like this should be incorporated into the controller folder for the nightly build or a default layout of a gamecube controller ini for people to go off of. I’d post one myself if I had the know how. The tutorial is very convoluted. Especially for someone who doesn’t understand dead zones and min-max etc. just a little description of what it’s sctually changing, and an example 5 with a default layout would help a lot.
     
  2. RacsoSakuraba

    RacsoSakuraba GBAtemp Regular

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    Is it possible to use this tool without having the gamepad? (For example: Using a Wii Remote) That of a friend has battery problems so I wonder that and since I have no wii u so I ask for him
     
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  3. JCog

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    I've been digging around but can't quite seem to find what I'm looking for. How often exactly does the HID controller get polled/the VPAD data get updated? Is that defined somewhere in the app, or is that controlled by the console itself?
     
  4. EmulateLife

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    No because you have to hit a on the gamepad and then start on the gamepad to make the controller work. The only thing that might work is a Pro controller, I say might because I don't have one to try it.

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    I have no idea what you're asking, please clarify. Polled? data get updated?
     
  5. JCog

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    Basically, how many times per second does the game loop through checking what buttons are currently pressed? Bare minimum it'd be 60 times per second to keep up with 60 fps games. And more specifically, what controls that?
     
  6. Spawn420

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    A lot of 60 fps games on the Wii U?.....think you may have to message the developer on this one. Couldn’t find anything on it myself. My guess is 30 since that’s what Wii U games run at and based on what you said with the 60
     
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  7. Spawn420

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    Can anyone tell me what specific setting needs to be added or altered in the config to adjust how hard the joystick needs to be pressed before it registers a hard direction press. Seems like I have to push kinda hard to get link to run in most directions.