6.6 / 14-03-2021

JoyToKey

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JoyToKey  enables PC game controllers to emulate the keyboard and mouse input, so that windows applications and web games can be controlled with your joysticks. Whenever buttons and sticks are pressed on the controllers, JoyToKey converts them into keyboard strokes and/or mouse movements so that the target application will work as if a real keyboard and a mouse were used.

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Features

Most Recent Changes

  • Experimental support for a "Share" button on the XBox Series X/S controller when it's connected over Bluetooth Wireless.By default, Windows doesn't seem to recognize the newly introduced "Share" button on XBox Series X/S controller when it's connected over Bluetooth Wireless. Even in that case, you may be able to use a "Share" button through JoyToKey, by enabling the experimental mode from menu "Settings" -> "Preferences", and change "Input device types" to "Experimental Logic (Beta)".

  • Improved the automatic detection when an additional joystick is connected.

  • Supported a negative coordinate for moving the mouse cursor to the absolute location. It might be useful in case you want to jump to a monitor which is positioned left to the main monitor.

  • Added a new command line option "-q" (quiet) to disable the log file generation.

  • Added a new parameter in "JoyToKey.ini" file to default the configuration for newly detected devices (primarily used by https://www.oneswitch.org.uk/")

  • Stopped the support for Windows XP, in order to use a new API. For those who are using Windows XP or 2000, DO NOT upgrade and please continue to use the old version you have been using.

  • Various bug fixes

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