Nyko Wing Classic Controller not supported by homebrew?

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    So, today I went out and spent 30 bucks on the Nyko Wing Classic Controller, and then I found out that it wouldn't work on homebrew applications, not even the HBC, which I thought supported everything, even the Guitar Hero guitar. I thought it would be considered a classic controller, but apparently not. Are there any plans to support the Wing in future homebrew applications, or is there perhaps some way I can get it to work? Or am I just screwed?
     
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    it was designed for vc that's why
     
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    Well I was planning on using it for emulators, like VBA and Snes9x. Those already support classic controllers, but not the Nyko Wing.
     
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    because it's a 3rd party CC emulators aren't set up to detect 3rd party right now. only cc, gamecube, mote and wavebird.
     
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    Well, do you think that 3rd party support is in the pipeline?
     
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    If I were you I would get in touch with the developers and see if there is anything you can do to help or any apps you could run that would send them input signals to a file to email them to help implement those features in the future, most developers are noted under their corresponding applications listing on wiibrew.org.

    I know you're probably jaded about spending the money but it really isn't their fault if it wasn't a requested feature previously. It's probably something as simple as changing a few values for a new attachment ID.
    Good luck!
     
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    my nyko wireless chuck dont work with hb either nothing 3rd party does right now
     
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    That's a good idea, and I was thinking about that. Do you know of any applications that would pick up the signal? I don't know very much about that area, but it sounds as if it involves BlueTooth.

    And I wouldn't really say I'm jaded, I'm not blaming anyone. I was just a little surprised. [​IMG]
     
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    go on #wiidev and ask if they could integrate it in libogc. that would solve the problem as soon as a homebrew app is compiled with this new version of libogc.
     
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    I'm not sure who I should talk to. I made a post on the DevkitPro website.
     
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    And? Sorry to bump this. Did anyone get anything figured out? We just bought this wiimote and its a PITA as i have to click 50 times to get it to be recognized.
     

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