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Ronau
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rumble pad in BRAIN - 2010/02/05 21:02 Help!

I had to reformat my hard drive on my 914 (new motherboard) and couldn't get Brian to work this time.

I installed the test of BRAIN and I can't get my logitech rumble pad to work as my joystick.

I have BRAIN installed on the robot. The virtual joystick works. Under settings, peripheral I have Enable joystick support. It works for the test on this page. The buttons work. I just can't drive it with the joystick. Is there any thing I'm missing? I can setup the rumble pad as either an analog or digital joystick, neither works. I'm using windows XP. Thanks,

Ted
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Re:rumble pad in BRAIN - 2010/02/21 01:00 Ronau wrote:
Help!

I had to reformat my hard drive on my 914 (new motherboard) and couldn't get Brian to work this time.

I installed the test of BRAIN and I can't get my logitech rumble pad to work as my joystick.

I have BRAIN installed on the robot. The virtual joystick works. Under settings, peripheral I have Enable joystick support. It works for the test on this page. The buttons work. I just can't drive it with the joystick. Is there any thing I'm missing? I can setup the rumble pad as either an analog or digital joystick, neither works. I'm using windows XP. Thanks,

Ted


(Ted and I exchanged emails)

To operate the Robot using a joystick, the joystick's primary button ("fire button") need to be depressed while you move the joystick. This is a safety feature to prevent mis-calibrated joysticks from causing the robot to "run off".

Dave...
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