Joystick "dead zone

Posted: 10-20-2003, 11:08 PM
Is there a way to adjust the "dead zone" for my joystick
from within Windows XP? A registry or .ini change?
Perhaps a little known Power Toy-like utility?

The game I'm currently playing, Battlefield 1942, has
terrible joystick support and it doesn't look like it's
going to improve anytime soon.

Curt Nelson

Joystick "dead zone


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Joystick "dead zone
Posted: 11-01-2003, 05:31 PM
I have the same problem. I found a program at
www.wingmanteam.com DXTWEAK2 but it does NOT work for me
in XP and DX9

EA should really fix this or provide a deadzone setting
in the game. I have wrote letter after letter to them to
get them to fix this to no avail. This was working before
patch 1.4

>-----Original Message-----
>Is there a way to adjust the "dead zone" for my joystick
>from within Windows XP? A registry or .ini change?
>Perhaps a little known Power Toy-like utility?
>
>The game I'm currently playing, Battlefield 1942, has
>terrible joystick support and it doesn't look like it's
>going to improve anytime soon.
>
>Curt Nelson
>.
>
 
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