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xbox 360 controller mapping

Postby broozar » 22 Jul 2011, 08:49

0 - A
1 - B
2 - X
3 - Y

4 - LB
5 - RB
6 - back
7 - start

8 - lstick
9 - rstick

28 - DPad up
29 - DPad down
30 - DPad left
31 - DPad right

unmapped buttons:

?? - LT
?? - RT
?? - guide

also, the guide light is not working.
i get no vibrations on the controller (worked well with other controllers).

log:

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[07/19 11:48:38] ... OSVersion : Microsoft Windows Seven
[07/19 11:48:38] ... Plugin Version release : 2.1.8.9
[07/19 11:48:38] !!! No Wiimote device found.
[07/19 11:48:38] ... --------------------------------------------
[07/19 11:48:38] ... Joypad device 0 detected : XBOX 360 For Windows (Controller)
[07/19 11:48:38] ... Scanning axis configuration :
[07/19 11:48:38] ...     - found axis : Y-Achse (0x0xa36d02e1)
[07/19 11:48:38] ...     - found axis : X-Achse (0x0xa36d02e0)
[07/19 11:48:38] ...     - found axis : Y-Rotation (0x0xa36d02f5)
[07/19 11:48:38] ...     - found axis : X-Rotation (0x0xa36d02f4)
[07/19 11:48:38] ...     - found axis : Z-Achse (0x0xa36d02e2)
[07/19 11:48:38] ... Force feedback not supported
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Re: xbox 360 controller mapping

Postby broozar » 22 Jul 2011, 11:13

also, there's no kJoypadType for the x360. please add.
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Re: xbox 360 controller mapping

Postby broozar » 26 Jul 2011, 21:40

i found out that the triggers are mapped in other tools as an additional axis, is that the z axis?
bump.
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Re: xbox 360 controller mapping

Postby NiCoX » 26 Jul 2011, 23:15

i found out that the triggers are mapped in other tools as an additional axis, is that the z axis?

Yes this is the case on desktop, a single axis for 2 triggers. The support is in the todo list.
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Re: xbox 360 controller mapping

Postby juaxix » 03 Oct 2011, 16:09

broozar wrote:0 - A

[07/19 11:48:38] ... --------------------------------------------
[07/19 11:48:38] ... Joypad device 0 detected : XBOX 360 For Windows (Controller)
[07/19 11:48:38] ... Scanning axis configuration :
[07/19 11:48:38] ... - found axis : Y-Achse (0x0xa36d02e1)
[07/19 11:48:38] ... - found axis : X-Achse (0x0xa36d02e0)
[07/19 11:48:38] ... - found axis : Y-Rotation (0x0xa36d02f5)
[07/19 11:48:38] ... - found axis : X-Rotation (0x0xa36d02f4)
[07/19 11:48:38] ... - found axis : Z-Achse (0x0xa36d02e2)
[07/19 11:48:38] ... Force feedback not supported[/code]


How can i get this?
My Shiva does not detect the controller, i have it plugged with USB...
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Re: xbox 360 controller mapping

Postby broozar » 03 Oct 2011, 16:19

it's the output of one of the shiva log files. on win7, it is supported out of the box, on xp and vista, i believe you have to install a driver that comes with the controller or can be downloaded.
the log file is in your (hidden) users appdata folder, depending on which OS you have, the place varies.
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Re: xbox 360 controller mapping

Postby juaxix » 03 Oct 2011, 16:38

Ah, i see...there is a
"XBOX 360 For Windows (Controller)"
but i'm pluggin XBox 360 Controller with the charge kit usb cable, i think this is the problem...isnt it?
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Re: xbox 360 controller mapping

Postby broozar » 03 Oct 2011, 16:51

i have a wired controller, but i would be surprised if there was a difference between thee wired and wireless ones. just plug it in before shiva starts [ and maybe activate it (guide-button) ? no idea ].
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Re: xbox 360 controller mapping

Postby juaxix » 03 Oct 2011, 21:40

I think you cant use XBox 360 console controller with charge USB cable directly in the PC, I guess this is a Microsoft idea to create another controller/adapter which is compatible with PC (and maybe, by logic, incompatible with the XBOX 360) XD
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Re: xbox 360 controller mapping

Postby broozar » 03 Oct 2011, 22:57

probably. for the wireless controller, you need a special wireless usb receiver to get it to work on the PC, or so i have read.

here is what i got (click to enlarge):

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left: the wired PC controller that came in the box in the middle (sports both windows and x360 logos), right: wireless controller that came with my 360 slim.
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Re: xbox 360 controller mapping

Postby juaxix » 04 Oct 2011, 20:19

Sadly, the wireless controllers communicate with the XBox 360 using a proprietary RF protocol, and not Bluetooth, so the Bluetooth module into Shiva won't help me out. Additionally, the Play n Charge cable only charges, and won't allow you to use the wireless controller as a wired one.
I have to buy a Wireless Gaming Receiver...
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