|Joystick-To-Mouse: for Windows; Run Windows with a Joystick!; Version 2.80 Release 6; User's Guide|
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This is an Advanced Setting Option.
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There are 2 operating modes for Joystick-To-Mouse.
The Relative Mode of operation translates the joystick position to the relative speed of the mouse cursor. When centered, there is no mouse cursor movement. As the joystick is moved off-center, the speed of the mouse cursor moves in relation to the joystick position. As the joystick is moved further off-center, the speed of the mouse cursor increases. If the joystick is moved forward, the mouse cursor moves up toward the top of the screen. If the joystick is moved in a backward direction, the mouse cursor moves down on the screen. Left & Right correspond directly to the screen motion. See Joystick Sensitivity for configuring the Relative Mode of operation for your application.
The Absolute Mode of operation ties the mouse cursor directly to the position of the joystick. When the joystick is in the center position, the mouse cursor is in the center of the screen. When the joystick is in the upper-left position, the mouse cursor will be in the upper-left area of the screen. When the joystick is in the lower-right position, the mouse cursor will be in the lower-right area of the screen. The joystick position corresponds exactly to the position of the mouse cursor on the screen.
The button operation is set in the Button Settings portion of Joystick-To-Mouse.
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