aerowright wrote:Saitek Cyborg 3D USB, Mac Powerbook two models MacBookPro6,1 and MacBookPro10,2 running Mavericks 10.9.3
I have tested Joystick Mapper Version 1.1.2 (4) with the Saitek Cyborg 3D USB and there are some problems. It does not respond to axes 0,1,2 or 3 in the positive direction. Though Joystick Show Version 1.1.2 (4) and another joystick tester both show input on those axes in both directions. When setting the axes (that work) to mouse motion the mouse constantly moves up and to the left. Adjustment for center stick would be a nice touch. Would really appreciate a fix.
I have a really old gamepad, a NGS Tanker. It has outputs for PS2 and USB. It worked by USB with PS3 fine too. I don't find drivers for it anywhere, it is supposed to be for Windows, not for Mac.
Would this app work with it?
xespi wrote:Tested width excellent results "Noganet* NG-3089" on Mavericks
Is a wireless double axis analog/digital gamepad like ps2
(It doesn't specify mac compatible but it is)
*Note: Noganet is a argentinian brand for generic Chinese controllers
I have a Microsoft Wireless controller that I am connecting to my mac book pro via USB. I have Yosemite OS and I have downloaded the controller drivers from here https://github.com/d235j/360Controller/releases/ and I have rebooted. Joystick mapper says no joysticks are detected. Please help.
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