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Christiansaint
8th Feb 2007, 18:09
Any one know how to reduce mouse sensitivity and reverse mouse.

Aircraft are difficult to fly due to sensitivity.

Mouse up results in aircraft down etc.....confusing!!!

Any one know how to set up for MicroSoft's Sidewinder joy stick.

The configuration menu does not want to accept my changes.

Does anybody have a profile that can be loaded for the MS Sidewinder?

Thanks

parman
8th Feb 2007, 18:19
Mouse sensitivity can be adjusted in the options menu. Whether or not it has any affect ,I don't know.I saw on this forum,if you set your attached joystick throttle to midway as I did you can highlight the axis you want to change and just move the mouse in the direction you want and it changes. I too changed the Y+ to Y- and it worked. Haven't tried doing the joystick but I would assume it works the same way.

Christiansaint
8th Feb 2007, 18:24
Thankyou I will try it tonight

Frey
8th Feb 2007, 21:19
Setting Sidewinder joystick:

NOTE: Bind all controls in the alternate (right side column of settings) so there are no conflicts with existing keyboard bindings.

1. Set the slider throttle to throttle on plane FIRST. After binding, set it to midway.

2. Hold joystick in direction you wish to have bound. THEN select the appropriate control binding with the mouse, for instance back on joystick for pull up. It will then bind. Repeat with other controls.

3. Do the same thing with buttons: For instance, for firing weapon - hold down trigger button on joystick, then with the mouse select 'use weapon'. Should bind.

This method works for me and my gaming buddies. Good luck!