Tested Gamepads...

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Re: Tested Gamepads...

Postby Rhmachote » Tue Jan 15, 2019 12:09 am

I have recently tested with positive results the Thrustmaster Flight X joystick by HOTAS. There is a switch on front of the joystick Labled "PC" and "PS3", it worked best with the switch on "PC". I have it connected to an Apple MAC BOOK PRO (Retina, 13 inch, MId 2014) Processor 2.6 GHz intel Core i5 w/8GB 1600MGz DDR 3, 256GB Apple SSD, Graphics intel 1536 MB. I have 3 monitors attached. z I tested on 2 online games, "WORLD OF TANKS BLITZ" AND "WORLD OF WARSHIPS". No problems with any of the commands. I used buttons, Hat, and Axis wtih multi commands including mouse commands . All commands responded correctly with no issues. Im very plesased with Joystick Mapper and Joystick Show.

I also have a LogiTech 3D Extreme 3D Pro. No issues with the same tests as above.

I did receive a notification from APPLE concerning 64 bit updates needed for future operating systems. I'm currently using MAC OS Mojave 10.14.2
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Re: Tested Gamepads...

Postby Muskie » Mon Aug 12, 2019 8:37 pm

I got a bunch of old Mac hardware out of storage recently and among the treasures was an iShock by Macally. This is the original one. I can connect it to a USB port and view it on System Profiler but I couldn't get it to do anything. I searched the forums and didn't find any mention of "iShock". I couldn't get it to work in OS X on either of my Macs, I may try booting to OS 9 then I found your app so I may try it. Why does it need to be OS X 10.6 out of curiosity as I think my oldest Mac is stuck at 10.5.8 because it is PowerPC based.

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