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Socoder -> Off Topic -> Which type of analog stick do you have?

Posted : Sunday, 01 July 2007, 17:40
Jayenkai
I'm using an Xbox Classic pad, which is the "Who are you kidding? It's just a black Dreamcast pad with an extra stick!!" version before they switched it for the "Um... Yeah.. This one's smaller, so we'll go for that one instead.." variation.

The stick has a remarkable Dreamcast like circular perimeter to it.

I think most have circular, to be honest. The only joypad I can think of with anything else are the Nintendo pads, with the octagonal 8-way stick, and 1970's style joysticks that had the square base.. I think I have one of those somewhere, but I can't remember the last time I had a Gameport!

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Posted : Sunday, 01 July 2007, 18:30
Forklift_Fred
As far as I'm aware my Logitech Dual Action gamepad has a square perimeter. Certainly draws a square in Blitz...

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Posted : Monday, 02 July 2007, 02:18
svrman
Same as Forklift_Fred - Logitech Dual Action, square perimeter.

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Posted : Monday, 02 July 2007, 23:19
Yayyak
I have three joysticks: All with squares.

2x gameport joysticks.
1x MS sidewinder USB.
Posted : Monday, 02 July 2007, 23:35
Stealth
This topic sounds so gross if you take it wrong.
Posted : Tuesday, 03 July 2007, 16:43
steve_ancell
I've got a Genius USB F23, which does like a sort of square, with sort of roundish corners. And as far as joysticks are concerned, this one is pretty crap.

It looks something like a flight sim stick, with a POV thumb thingy stuck on it, has seven buttons, one trigger and two slider/thumb wheel thingies.

When I ran the JoyX()/JoyY() example in Blitz, the numbers never go back to their original numbers when I let go of the stick.

I think I will "stick" (Pun Intended) with my Logic-3 Digital Pad.
Posted : Monday, 09 July 2007, 06:59
Paul
I got to sticks on my pad, one square an one circle. Is htis the information you wanted?
Posted : Monday, 09 July 2007, 10:56
hyruleknight
saitek P990, square perimeters
Posted : Tuesday, 10 July 2007, 01:09
Dabz
Same as hyruleknight.

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