How do you assign buttons on JoyToKey?

How do you assign buttons on JoyToKey?

If you’re new to JoyToKey, please try to use it for a simple software like Notepad. In the right panel, double click “Button 1” row. Press ‘A’ key and it’ll be assigned to the button, and click “OK”.

What is JoyToKey button1?

Stick 2 = right analog stick. POV = dpad. Button 1 = A. Button 2 = B.

How do I set a scroll in JoyToKey?

How can I configure a horizontal scroll (SHIFT + Mouse Wheel) for a single stick (button) input? JoyToKey has a powerful function called “Button Alias”, and it can be used for two different scenarios: Assign more (virtual) buttons beyond the number of buttons physically available.

Do you need to pay for JoyToKey?

Purchase License Key JoyToKey is a shareware. You can download it and try it for free without limitation in functionality, so please confirm that JoyToKey actually works for your usage before purchasing a license key.

Where are JoyToKey profiles stored?

Starting from JoyToKey version 6.3, user configuration data is stored in your “Documents/JoyToKey” folder by default.

What is joytokey?

What is JoyToKey? JoyToKey (or Joy2Key) enables PC game controllers to emulate the keyboard and mouse input, so that windows applications and web games can be controlled with your favorite joysticks!

Does joytokey work with Xbox One controllers?

JoyToKey supports XBox One and XBox 360 controller, including the silver guide button. Here is the button list mapping for XBox controller: Stick 1 = left analog stick. Stick 2 = right analog stick. POV = dpad. Button 1 = A. Button 2 = B.

How do you use the left and right keys in joytokey?

The way i play it, is: L1 > Down. L2 > Left. R1> Up. R2 > Right. But you don’t need to use it like this if you don’t want to, now how to set the keys to your liking in JoytoKey:

How do I make the joystick buttons available in joytokey?

If the stick is recognized by Windows but not by JoyToKey, you can try one of the followings to make them available in JoyToKey. Go to “Options” tab, and in the “Show/Hide Buttons” section, select “Show all axes (8 way + POV x 4)”.

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