SAAC 1.2 - San Andreas - PS2 Controller .ini files v1.02
-March 24, 2010- Fixed dead SAAC custom ini urls (now hosted on depositfiles), Removed old less efficient JoyToKey method
-April 16 2009- Fixed dead URLs for SAAC and JoyToKey.
-June 29 2005- Minor SAAC .ini update - Changed vehicle alternate fire to L1, so whilst in the hydra you can aim with R1 and fire with L1. This helps compensate for the lack of a vehicle aim setting in SAAC.
-June 28 2005 - SAAC .ini update - Corrected the analog up/down control for the planes and helicopters.
-June 27 2005 - New Guide Addition: SAAC (San Andreas Advanced Control)
-June 21 2005 - added the bike's L1 bunnyhop.
-June 21 2005 - resolved the left analog stick problem...steering doesn't result in camera movement anymore!
Using The SAAC Method
+ Supports the d-pad gang controls, pos/neg replies towards peds, and radio station switching.
+ Supports force feedback (ps2 controller feature)
+ Setup is quick and easy.
+ No in game configuration needed whatsoever! (saves at least 5 mins)
- "Start" opens the pause menu, but doesn't seem to close it.
- Hydras targeting button configuration is missing, so it's not correct in the game
- Some people claim to have camera issues at random
- 99.5% accurate ps2 controls
BEFORE YOU USE THIS GUIDE:
Make sure you have the right equipment:
I'm using a "PSX TO USB" Adapter, which also supports the PS2 controller. Basically, you want something that converts the controller's input connection to USB.
"The SAAC Method" (Recommended)
Grab a copy of SAAC v1.2
Extract the program somewhere you would like to run it.
Download my custom ".ini" configuration files by clicking here , and extract them into your SAAC program directory.
Step 2, Run SAAC and select "USB Joystick" under device
Then select my "San Andreas PS2 Controls (Wolfmight)" under Presents.
Now run this software before running San Andreas each time and your controls should be just like the PS2 version.
*TIP: If you are getting system beeps, you may try the following to turn them off:
# Start>Run type: Regedit.
# Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Sound
# On the left hand side of the screen find Beep on the list.
# Right click on it and select Modify
# Change the value equal to no
-Credit goes to "Oshi" for this tip. Closing trainers may help solve a beeping issue as well.
Edited by Wolfmight, 24 March 2010 - 02:23 PM.