PS4 controller mapping?

PixelPerson

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Anyone have them? Have only found ps3 controller on this forum.

Luyren

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I'm running Windows 10. I can map my Sencyl games' controls to the Dualshock 4 directly without issues.
Working.

PixelPerson

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I'm running Windows 10. I can map my Sencyl games' controls to the Dualshock 4 directly without issues.

I was asking about the actual names of the buttons themselves. Also I posted on wrong forum -.- I don't have a ps4 controller but compatibility to game

Luyren

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Something changed between the Sencyl public release and the most recent private build in regards to controller input. I only have the input-name equivalents for the most recent private builds, I don't know if that would be useful for you. For instance, previously "0, up hat" was D-pad Up, and now D-pad up is "11." Due to some recent issues I can't confirm yet all the analog values.

But here it goes anyway. Who knows, might work on your end for some reason.
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0-X
1-Circle
2-Square
3-Triangle
4-Share
5-PS
6-Options
7-L3
8-R3
9-L11
10-R1
11-D-pad Up
12-D-pad Down
13-D-pad Left
14-D-pad Right
15-Touchpad
Working.

PixelPerson

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Something changed between the Sencyl public release and the most recent private build in regards to controller input. I only have the input-name equivalents for the most recent private builds, I don't know if that would be useful for you. For instance, previously "0, up hat" was D-pad Up, and now D-pad up is "11." Due to some recent issues I can't confirm yet all the analog values.

Thanks for the recent mappings. I will keep them for projects that are built in that version but I would have to get the 10300 version mappings for ps4 controller. Gonna publish on 10300 once I get the subscription.

Cant approve these because no ps4 controller :P

ceosol

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For anything like this, you can just draw the input on the screen. Then, when you press a button on the controller, it will display it and you can write it all down.

PixelPerson

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For anything like this, you can just draw the input on the screen. Then, when you press a button on the controller, it will display it and you can write it all down.

I don't have a ps4 controller tho