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Peoples-Agent
04-04-05, 07:20 PM
Hi there,

Having problems getting my ps2 pad and converter to work in SP3, everything works fine except the right analogue stick. I have a feeling it's something to do with how it's listed in the registry, the Axes it shows are X,Y ...as normal under branches 0 and 1 ....then its got Axis I ....Axis J ....and Axis Z

Now...anyone have any as to wtf Axis I & J are? ...I always thought a standard dual analogue axis would be X,Y for the left ..and R & Rz for the right!

I am baffled.... this pad works fine in all other games except this one, and I really don't like playing this game via mouse and keyboard.

Any ideas??

Thanks,

- D -

jAkUp
04-04-05, 07:52 PM
Hmmm... I prefer mouse and keyboard, but both of the analouge sticks on my Rumplepad works... which is basically the same as the PS2 pad...

http://www.logitech.com/lang/images/0/4208.jpg

Slyder
04-05-05, 01:39 AM
@ jAkUp

Does that pad have shoulder buttons and If so how many. ?

I am in the market for a PSX to USB convertor but that pad looks nice.

Roliath
04-05-05, 01:54 AM
@ jAkUp

Does that pad have shoulder buttons and If so how many. ?

I am in the market for a PSX to USB convertor but that pad looks nice.

Logitech® Rumblepad™ 2
Click here for info on that gamepad (http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/products/details/US/EN,CRID=2225,CONTENTID=8674)
Here's a review (http://www.tweaknews.net/reviews/rumble/index.php)

I have one, and I use it for GTA:VC, it works pretty good.

jAkUp
04-05-05, 01:57 AM
It has 4 shoulder buttons... its pretty much identical to the PS2 gamepad, feels a little better in my hands though

Slyder
04-05-05, 02:16 AM
Thats a good review. Thanks for that.

One more thing... you say its like a PS2 gamepad. Do the analouge sticks double as buttons as well. ?

jAkUp
04-05-05, 02:46 AM
yes, if you press them in physically, they double as buttons