Re: [AD] Windows DirectInput haptic driver and some small haptic enhancements

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Logitech gamepads have a little switch to switch it from XInput to DirectInput (in your case, it'll be between the triggers). Have you tried toggling it (it should be at 'D' for this driver)?


On 06/13/2014 05:03 AM, Trent Gamblin wrote:
I tried SiegeLord's binaries. I have a Logitech F710 which does have some form of force feedback but I don't know anything about it and haven't used it. First example tells me the joystick doesn't support force feedback and second the 'Play' button is greyed out.


-----Original Message-----
From: beoran@xxxxxxxxxx [mailto:beoran@xxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: June 12, 2014 1:07 PM
To: alleg-developers@xxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [AD] Windows DirectInput haptic driver and some small haptic enhancements

I finally got around to debugging my Windows DirectInput haptic driver
though a VM. I found that Windows is more severe when it comes to
locking the active display window than I had thought, and also, that
only Cartesian coordinates with 1 or 2 axes are well supported, at
least, on my joystick. I also used indent to format the code according
to the Allegro code standard.

I hope this is acceptable this time around, and anyone who has a
DirectInput compatible device (not XInput, though), please test this
and report your results.

Kind Regards,


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