[GUIDE] Use Shield w/ non-XInput enabled games and applications (Xpadder/Pinnacle Game Profiler,etc)
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In response to Kenine's topic below, I decided to write a guide on how to get this going for folks who need a stopgap solution until Nvidia officially release an update to address this request. [quote="Kenine"] [VOTE] [REQUEST] Make Shield Detectable as a Controller for Windows (xpadder support) [url]https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/571336/general-discussion/-vote-request-make-shield-detectable-as-a-controller-for-windows-xpadder-support-/[/url] Hello all, I've spent a frustrating couple of days trying to get the Shield to work with either Xpadder or Pinnacle Game profiler. The problem that I've narrowed this down to is that the Shield will not show up as a controller in Windows. If it did, then we could easily use these programs to create custom profiles to add controller support to non-Xinput games. So I'm starting this thread as an official Request Thread for Nvidia. Please update the Shield so that it shows up as a controller in Windows outside of when it's being used in a game! I'd love to be able to take the other 70 games that I own and add Shield Support to them. If you guys feel the same way, please vote and also comment in this thread so that it hopefully gets Nvidia's attention. EDIT: Nvidia has heard our request and decided that this feature will be implemented in a future update! Here is the official word from Nvidia's NVGareth: [i]"Thank you all for this suggestion. We have evaluated the feasibility of letting SHIELD function as a game controller in Windows, and I'm pleased to report that we will be building it into an upcoming version of the software."[/i][/quote] [u][b]Here are the step by step "how to".[/b][/u] Download the McShieldLaucher and extract the zip file somewhere on your local drive. [b]UPDATE (10/20/2013):[/b] Added ability to launch any files (*.*) not just executables (*.exe). [url]https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzAZyLXuDQncTFg5UncyTVNnTXM/edit?usp=sharing[/url] [s][i][b]UPDATE (10/19/2013):[/b] bug fixes (OLDER VERSION) [url]https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzAZyLXuDQncU1Z2ZVM4cUZLcVk/edit?usp=sharing[/url][/i][/s] Note: Make sure you have .NET framework 4 installed. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17851 Download and install vJoy device driver http://vjoystick.sourceforge.net/site/index.php/download-a-install Click Download [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img823/1077/21kt.png[/IMG] Once downloaded, double click to install. [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img713/3325/fbed.png[/IMG] Leave everything as default. [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img594/598/h4kp.png[/IMG] Click Finish to restart and install the driver. [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img15/5551/z52t.png[/IMG] Once installed, launch Configure vJoy. Match the configuration to the screenshot below. [b]UPDATE (10/19/2013):[/b]: R/Rz/Rudder Added. [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img41/9407/0e45.png[/IMG] Click Apply then OK. This should add a vJoy Device to your windows. View the Game Controllers setting in Control Panel (OR Run command: joy.cpl) [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img33/8210/9s22.png[/IMG] Select vJoy Device and Make sure the settings look at this. [b]UPDATE (10/19/2013):[/b]: Z Rotation added. [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img22/927/ay3y.png[/IMG] Click OK to exit Start Steam in desktop mode. [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img89/1205/y9wk.png[/IMG] Under LIBRARY tab, click ADD A GAME at the bottom left of the screen. [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img14/5656/az84.png[/IMG] Select Add a Non-steam game. Click Browse and find the location where you saved the extracted McShieldLauncher files. Select McShieldLauncher.exe. [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img59/9656/mgsj.png[/IMG] Click ADD SELECTED PROGRAMS [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img600/7754/4drf.png[/IMG] Test it by clicking PLAY [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img801/9451/rz68.png[/IMG] If you are seeing the screen below, you are good to go. [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img27/7417/0aty.png[/IMG] Now to your Shield and lauch Steam to start streaming. Library then PLAY McShieldLauncher. Click Properties to launch Game Controllers. You should now see an additional Controller (this is the Shield, it will only appear while streaming but vJoy will appear always and is the one you need to map/bind to your non-xinput apps/games). [IMG]http://imageshack.us/a/img708/1305/0x9u.png[/IMG] Double Click on vJoy Device and press buttons on your Shield controller. You should see everything moving accordingly. [b]UPDATE (10/19/2013):[/b] [b]IMPORTANT[/b] Click on Settings Tab then Calibrate. Follow the Calibration Wizard until finish, save settings. [b]UPDATE (10/19/2013):[/b] [b]NOTE[/b] There are a few key button at the top of the launcher window. - The top left is the window drag handle. Click and hold this button to move the window around the screen. - The top right button is the close window button, I assume you know what this one does. - The button to the left of the close window button is a restore button. Clicking this will toggle between a full size window and a minimal one. - The slider between the drag and restore buttons are to adjust opacity of the window. From this point on, you can click Launch button and select any program you want to start such as Xpadder and other non-xinput enabled games. [b]IMPORTANT[/b] Remember to select vJoy when using the games or Xpadder as sometimes those application will detect both but only vJoy will be FULLY accessible. Good luck and let me know if you find any bugs. [b]UPDATE (10/20/2013):[/b] Gungrave figured out how to get this going with Pinnacle Game Profiler. Here's his instructions. [quote="Gungrave"]Did not have to even bother running Pinnacle while shield is streaming. 1)I launched steam through shield. 2)Launched Mcdaddies application. 3)Clicked the "properties" button in the app. 4)Clicked the "properties" for the Vjoy device. 5)Clicked the "settings" tab, and calibrated the joystick and saved it. 6)Exited the shield stream. 7)Opened Pinnacle software from the desktop and launched a game profile under "Vjoy", Minimized Pinnacle. 8)Launched steam again through the shield. 9)Launched Mcdaddies application again. 10)Clicked the "Launch" button and selected the game.exe I wanted to play. Everything seems to work fine. One last issue I stumbled upon with Pinnacle, by default it was mixing up the right joystick with the trigger buttons. With further inspection, I had to update the Vjoy Configuration in Pinnacle. From the main Pinnacle Screen: 1)Select "Preferences" at the top [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/oQuR9bY.jpg[/IMG] 2)Select the "General" tab on the right, then click "device settings" [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/rQzB5au.jpg[/IMG] 3)Make sure Vjoy device is selected at the top, then click "advanced settings" on the bottom. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/S3Ji9u8.jpg[/IMG] 4)Check to make sure that your joystick and axis match the following picture: [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/loA4rNh.jpg[/IMG] Everything then should map correctly for any x360 profiles. [/quote] [b]UPDATE (10/21/2013):[/b] Added Gungrave FAQ [quote="Gungrave"] I wanted to put together a couple of FAQ's from my experience with getting this working: - It MAY work with Windows 8 if you disable Driver Signing (I didn't do this, and I think it was the problem). - You do NOT have to open Pinnacle Game Profiler from within Big Picture. It works for some people, and it does work for others (including me). Once you have configured vJoy and calibrated it using McDaddy's Launcher, then it's good to go. - You can configure and setup your Pinnacle Profiles when you're not streaming. Just make sure that vJoy is selected as the controller and then start making profiles. - If you do not adjust the layout as per GunGrave's post, then it will not have the analog sticks and triggers setup correctly. - The controller does NOT work if you don't launch your game using McDaddy's Launcher (launching a game through Big Picture does not work with Pinnacle). - You can make a specific Layout for the Shield in Pinnacle. Just download a picture of the Shield and you can use the Image Wizard in Pinnacle to make a layout for it. Once you do this, then the buttons will be labeled correctly (aka Button A instead of Button 1, etc). - You have to launch your Pinnacle Profile BEFORE you start streaming from the Shield. Meaning that you open Pinnacle from your desktop, launch your game, and then close the game. Leave Pinnacle open and launch Steam from your Shield. Select your game with McDaddy's Launcher, and the controls should work if everything is setup correctly. - Pinnacle is not detecting an EXE Launch like it normally would in Desktop mode. Meaning that if you have Pinnacle configured to activate a profile when a game is launched, it is not currently working with McDaddy's Launcher. You HAVE to start the profile before you start Streaming (I will work on this more and update if I figure it out). [/quote] [b]UPDATE (10/21/2013):[/b] Added Kenine custom Shield Image Guide. [quote="Kenine"]Ok, I want to share my custom Shield Image Guide with the community. This gets Pinnacle Game Profiler to properly see all of the Shield's buttons in the configuration interface and makes it easier to program. Here's a screenshot of what it looks like: [img]http://i43.tinypic.com/28meo3t.jpg[/img] Here's a link to download the profile: [url]http://www.mediafire.com/?hq4c1vs48kzt9jb[/url] To load the profile follow these instructions: 1. Open Pinnacle 2. Click Game Profiles in the top right corner 3. Click Edit Configurations near the bottom left corner 4. Click the blue ImageGuide Designer Link near the bottom of the window 5. Click Import on the next window and select the custom Shield Profile. Now it should be up and working with vJoy![/quote]
In response to Kenine's topic below, I decided to write a guide on how to get this going for folks who need a stopgap solution until Nvidia officially release an update to address this request.

Kenine said:
[VOTE] [REQUEST] Make Shield Detectable as a Controller for Windows (xpadder support)
https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/571336/general-discussion/-vote-request-make-shield-detectable-as-a-controller-for-windows-xpadder-support-/

Hello all,

I've spent a frustrating couple of days trying to get the Shield to work with either Xpadder or Pinnacle Game profiler. The problem that I've narrowed this down to is that the Shield will not show up as a controller in Windows. If it did, then we could easily use these programs to create custom profiles to add controller support to non-Xinput games.

So I'm starting this thread as an official Request Thread for Nvidia. Please update the Shield so that it shows up as a controller in Windows outside of when it's being used in a game! I'd love to be able to take the other 70 games that I own and add Shield Support to them.

If you guys feel the same way, please vote and also comment in this thread so that it hopefully gets Nvidia's attention.

EDIT: Nvidia has heard our request and decided that this feature will be implemented in a future update!

Here is the official word from Nvidia's NVGareth:

"Thank you all for this suggestion. We have evaluated the feasibility of letting SHIELD function as a game controller in Windows, and I'm pleased to report that we will be building it into an upcoming version of the software."

Here are the step by step "how to".

Download the McShieldLaucher and extract the zip file somewhere on your local drive.

UPDATE (10/20/2013): Added ability to launch any files (*.*) not just executables (*.exe).
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzAZyLXuDQncTFg5UncyTVNnTXM/edit?usp=sharing

UPDATE (10/19/2013): bug fixes (OLDER VERSION)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0BzAZyLXuDQncU1Z2ZVM4cUZLcVk/edit?usp=sharing


Note: Make sure you have .NET framework 4 installed.
http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17851

Download and install vJoy device driver
http://vjoystick.sourceforge.net/site/index.php/download-a-install

Click Download
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Once downloaded, double click to install.
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Leave everything as default.
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Click Finish to restart and install the driver.
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Once installed, launch Configure vJoy. Match the configuration to the screenshot below. UPDATE (10/19/2013):: R/Rz/Rudder Added.
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Click Apply then OK. This should add a vJoy Device to your windows.
View the Game Controllers setting in Control Panel (OR Run command: joy.cpl)
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Select vJoy Device and Make sure the settings look at this. UPDATE (10/19/2013):: Z Rotation added.
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Click OK to exit

Start Steam in desktop mode.
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Under LIBRARY tab, click ADD A GAME at the bottom left of the screen.
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Select Add a Non-steam game.
Click Browse and find the location where you saved the extracted McShieldLauncher files.
Select McShieldLauncher.exe.
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Click ADD SELECTED PROGRAMS
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Test it by clicking PLAY
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If you are seeing the screen below, you are good to go.
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Now to your Shield and lauch Steam to start streaming. Library then PLAY McShieldLauncher.

Click Properties to launch Game Controllers. You should now see an additional Controller (this is the Shield, it will only appear while streaming but vJoy will appear always and is the one you need to map/bind to your non-xinput apps/games).
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Double Click on vJoy Device and press buttons on your Shield controller. You should see everything moving accordingly.

UPDATE (10/19/2013):
IMPORTANT Click on Settings Tab then Calibrate. Follow the Calibration Wizard until finish, save settings.

UPDATE (10/19/2013):
NOTE There are a few key button at the top of the launcher window.
- The top left is the window drag handle. Click and hold this button to move the window around the screen.
- The top right button is the close window button, I assume you know what this one does.
- The button to the left of the close window button is a restore button. Clicking this will toggle between a full size window and a minimal one.
- The slider between the drag and restore buttons are to adjust opacity of the window.

From this point on, you can click Launch button and select any program you want to start such as Xpadder and other non-xinput enabled games.

IMPORTANT Remember to select vJoy when using the games or Xpadder as sometimes those application will detect both but only vJoy will be FULLY accessible.

Good luck and let me know if you find any bugs.

UPDATE (10/20/2013):

Gungrave figured out how to get this going with Pinnacle Game Profiler.

Here's his instructions.

Gungrave said:Did not have to even bother running Pinnacle while shield is streaming.

1)I launched steam through shield.
2)Launched Mcdaddies application.
3)Clicked the "properties" button in the app.
4)Clicked the "properties" for the Vjoy device.
5)Clicked the "settings" tab, and calibrated the joystick and saved it.
6)Exited the shield stream.
7)Opened Pinnacle software from the desktop and launched a game profile under "Vjoy", Minimized Pinnacle.
8)Launched steam again through the shield.
9)Launched Mcdaddies application again.
10)Clicked the "Launch" button and selected the game.exe I wanted to play.

Everything seems to work fine.

One last issue I stumbled upon with Pinnacle, by default it was mixing up the right joystick with the trigger buttons. With further inspection, I had to update the Vjoy Configuration in Pinnacle.

From the main Pinnacle Screen:

1)Select "Preferences" at the top

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2)Select the "General" tab on the right, then click "device settings"

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3)Make sure Vjoy device is selected at the top, then click "advanced settings" on the bottom.

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4)Check to make sure that your joystick and axis match the following picture:

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Everything then should map correctly for any x360 profiles.



UPDATE (10/21/2013): Added Gungrave FAQ

Gungrave said:
I wanted to put together a couple of FAQ's from my experience with getting this working:

- It MAY work with Windows 8 if you disable Driver Signing (I didn't do this, and I think it was the problem).

- You do NOT have to open Pinnacle Game Profiler from within Big Picture. It works for some people, and it does work for others (including me). Once you have configured vJoy and calibrated it using McDaddy's Launcher, then it's good to go.

- You can configure and setup your Pinnacle Profiles when you're not streaming. Just make sure that vJoy is selected as the controller and then start making profiles.

- If you do not adjust the layout as per GunGrave's post, then it will not have the analog sticks and triggers setup correctly.

- The controller does NOT work if you don't launch your game using McDaddy's Launcher (launching a game through Big Picture does not work with Pinnacle).

- You can make a specific Layout for the Shield in Pinnacle. Just download a picture of the Shield and you can use the Image Wizard in Pinnacle to make a layout for it. Once you do this, then the buttons will be labeled correctly (aka Button A instead of Button 1, etc).

- You have to launch your Pinnacle Profile BEFORE you start streaming from the Shield. Meaning that you open Pinnacle from your desktop, launch your game, and then close the game. Leave Pinnacle open and launch Steam from your Shield. Select your game with McDaddy's Launcher, and the controls should work if everything is setup correctly.

- Pinnacle is not detecting an EXE Launch like it normally would in Desktop mode. Meaning that if you have Pinnacle configured to activate a profile when a game is launched, it is not currently working with McDaddy's Launcher. You HAVE to start the profile before you start Streaming (I will work on this more and update if I figure it out).


UPDATE (10/21/2013): Added Kenine custom Shield Image Guide.
Kenine said:Ok, I want to share my custom Shield Image Guide with the community. This gets Pinnacle Game Profiler to properly see all of the Shield's buttons in the configuration interface and makes it easier to program. Here's a screenshot of what it looks like:

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Here's a link to download the profile:

http://www.mediafire.com/?hq4c1vs48kzt9jb

To load the profile follow these instructions:

1. Open Pinnacle

2. Click Game Profiles in the top right corner

3. Click Edit Configurations near the bottom left corner

4. Click the blue ImageGuide Designer Link near the bottom of the window

5. Click Import on the next window and select the custom Shield Profile.

Now it should be up and working with vJoy!

#1
Posted 10/19/2013 05:09 PM   
Thank you very much! Just a quick question, once we've got this configured, would we need to launch Xpadder/Pinnacle from within big picture to get the controller to show up properly for mapping?
Thank you very much! Just a quick question, once we've got this configured, would we need to launch Xpadder/Pinnacle from within big picture to get the controller to show up properly for mapping?

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#2
Posted 10/19/2013 05:18 PM   
Yes but that should only be the first time you configure the vJoy controller for mapping. Once configured, keep Xpadder running in the background and each time you stream it should pick up your mappings automatically. Hope that makes sense.
Yes but that should only be the first time you configure the vJoy controller for mapping. Once configured, keep Xpadder running in the background and each time you stream it should pick up your mappings automatically. Hope that makes sense.

#3
Posted 10/19/2013 05:29 PM   
Mcdaddy, Thank you very much. Very useful contribution.
Mcdaddy, Thank you very much. Very useful contribution.

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#4
Posted 10/19/2013 07:12 PM   
This is excellent...Will try soon.
This is excellent...Will try soon.

#5
Posted 10/19/2013 07:15 PM   
Ok, I got the controller to work with the launcher, now just trying to get Pinnacel Game Profiler to work with it. Pinnacle wouldn't detect the analog stick during initial setup and it keeps crashing in big picture. So I'll update if I figure something out.
Ok, I got the controller to work with the launcher, now just trying to get Pinnacel Game Profiler to work with it. Pinnacle wouldn't detect the analog stick during initial setup and it keeps crashing in big picture. So I'll update if I figure something out.

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#6
Posted 10/19/2013 07:15 PM   
I haven't tried pinnacle. Xpadder worked for me just fine. Is pinnacle free? If so maybe I can try and see what you are finding.
I haven't tried pinnacle. Xpadder worked for me just fine. Is pinnacle free? If so maybe I can try and see what you are finding.

#7
Posted 10/19/2013 07:32 PM   
Before I try this out, just wondering--how do you launch the mcdaddy file and the game at the same time? Steam allows one application at a time, no?
Before I try this out, just wondering--how do you launch the mcdaddy file and the game at the same time? Steam allows one application at a time, no?

#8
Posted 10/19/2013 07:48 PM   
If you are having issues with those mapping programs, try Joy2Key it works great too. [url]http://joytokey.net/en/download[/url]
If you are having issues with those mapping programs, try Joy2Key it works great too.

http://joytokey.net/en/download

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#9
Posted 10/19/2013 07:48 PM   
[quote="pantonio717"]Before I try this out, just wondering--how do you launch the mcdaddy file and the game at the same time? Steam allows one application at a time, no?[/quote] There are two ways... McDaddy's App has a launch button that will allow you to launch any program/game that you want from within big picture. I'm still having trouble with Pinnacel Game Profiler. It crashes each time that I try to launch it from within Big Picture with McDaddy's launcher. I have the freeware version of Xpadder, and I've not played with it yet to see if it has the functionality to get things working well. I'm not sure what's different between the freeware version and the paid version.
pantonio717 said:Before I try this out, just wondering--how do you launch the mcdaddy file and the game at the same time? Steam allows one application at a time, no?


There are two ways... McDaddy's App has a launch button that will allow you to launch any program/game that you want from within big picture.

I'm still having trouble with Pinnacel Game Profiler. It crashes each time that I try to launch it from within Big Picture with McDaddy's launcher.

I have the freeware version of Xpadder, and I've not played with it yet to see if it has the functionality to get things working well. I'm not sure what's different between the freeware version and the paid version.

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#10
Posted 10/19/2013 08:01 PM   
@McDaddy There is a free trial of Pinnacle on their website (gives you 30 days for free without limitations). I think that the error with Pinnacle has something to do with DPI settings when you launch big picture from Steam. I'd really like to get Pinnacle working because its a lot deeper than Xpadder. If you figure anything out, let me know. I'm going to keep playing with it.
@McDaddy

There is a free trial of Pinnacle on their website (gives you 30 days for free without limitations). I think that the error with Pinnacle has something to do with DPI settings when you launch big picture from Steam. I'd really like to get Pinnacle working because its a lot deeper than Xpadder. If you figure anything out, let me know. I'm going to keep playing with it.

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#11
Posted 10/19/2013 08:36 PM   
[quote="Kenine"][quote="pantonio717"]Before I try this out, just wondering--how do you launch the mcdaddy file and the game at the same time? Steam allows one application at a time, no?[/quote] There are two ways... McDaddy's App has a launch button that will allow you to launch any program/game that you want from within big picture. I'm still having trouble with Pinnacel Game Profiler. It crashes each time that I try to launch it from within Big Picture with McDaddy's launcher. I have the freeware version of Xpadder, and I've not played with it yet to see if it has the functionality to get things working well. I'm not sure what's different between the freeware version and the paid version.[/quote] Ah, neat. Why do you want to use Pinnacle over Xpadder?
Kenine said:
pantonio717 said:Before I try this out, just wondering--how do you launch the mcdaddy file and the game at the same time? Steam allows one application at a time, no?


There are two ways... McDaddy's App has a launch button that will allow you to launch any program/game that you want from within big picture.

I'm still having trouble with Pinnacel Game Profiler. It crashes each time that I try to launch it from within Big Picture with McDaddy's launcher.

I have the freeware version of Xpadder, and I've not played with it yet to see if it has the functionality to get things working well. I'm not sure what's different between the freeware version and the paid version.


Ah, neat.

Why do you want to use Pinnacle over Xpadder?

#12
Posted 10/19/2013 08:47 PM   
@Kenine, ok I'll look into this.
@Kenine, ok I'll look into this.

#13
Posted 10/19/2013 09:55 PM   
PGP has more to offer. It allows up to 4 shift buttons and offers single tap and double tap functions where Xpadder only has 1 shift button and only supports press and hold functions.
PGP has more to offer. It allows up to 4 shift buttons and offers single tap and double tap functions where Xpadder only has 1 shift button and only supports press and hold functions.

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#14
Posted 10/19/2013 10:01 PM   
@McDaddy Thanks for getting this controller support up and working. I would really like to get this in PGP like Kenine. PGP does have a free trial but I would be happy to give you my PGP authentication information if you need it. Hell, I will buy you a PGP license if you want me to. I am assuming this wouldn't work with Splashtop because it is not recognizing the controller as a wireless controller in the traditional way. It is dependent upon the nvstreamsvc?
@McDaddy

Thanks for getting this controller support up and working. I would really like to get this in PGP like Kenine. PGP does have a free trial but I would be happy to give you my PGP authentication information if you need it. Hell, I will buy you a PGP license if you want me to.

I am assuming this wouldn't work with Splashtop because it is not recognizing the controller as a wireless controller in the traditional way. It is dependent upon the nvstreamsvc?

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Posted 10/19/2013 10:16 PM   
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