upon opening up the program, after installing, one thing is that the gamepad menu is missing so you have to go through the software to get to the profiles. once you get to that section, you need to tap on the main portion of the gamepad. tap it once and the right hand side of the program is available. as you can see, the right side of the program has all the different settings with their own profiles. very simple.
once you have a profile for the gamepad, it is time to go to the keyboard. as you can see, there are multiple ways of using the console. i have chosen to map the keys to a keyboard. this makes the most sense and i dont have to move back and forth between the keyboard and console.
i am in the process of converting the profiles for the gamepad to for the keyboard. like i said, i like to use the right stick for zoom. not sure how to do this. i have decided to write a little program for it which will be posted in the near future.
i have an adapter so i can use my ps2 dual shocks for pc games. but i bought it only for my laptop because using the touchpad for games sucks big time. because most of the games support only x360 controllers i have to use emulating programs like x360ce or xpadder. for example, timeshift has no controller support at all, so i made a profile with xpadder and it works splendidly. only problem: timeshift has too many keys to fit on the controller layout, ive had to leave out some less important keys.
id call myself a hardcore pc fanatic but i have a wireless xbox360-controller for games like bastion or fez, i think i originally bought it for bastion (love this game) and i must say bastion is virtually unplayable without gamepad, but thats probably because its made for gamepads. 3d9ccd7d82