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- Subject: Joysticks!
- From: "Adam D. Moss" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 05 Nov 2004 16:57:02 +0000
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I've been adding joystick support to my game today
(thank you SDL) and a couple of questions have come up
that maybe someone with more joystick-waggling experience
* Is there any conventional wisdom for a reliable
minimal 'deadzone' analogue joystick range? I'm
currently using +/- 4% but only have one (borrowed)
joystick to test with.
* Do digital joysticks/joypads under SDL look like
analogue joysticks except that their values always
report totally-down (+32767), neutral (0),
totally-up (-32768), etc?