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Negro Bandito
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Posted 29 March 2012 - 04:36 AM

Ive played it on xbox360 and i want the controls like that. But it's confusing as hell.. i can't just set anything to the D-Pad, nothing will happen... and the fact i can't remember the exact controls for x460 devil.gif

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Posted 29 March 2012 - 04:38 AM Edited by lil weasel, 26 August 2012 - 02:06 AM.

That's because the D-Pad isn't assignable on any of the consoles/PC.

XBOX CONTROLLER TOPICS:
Start with this one:
Xbox controller Contains references to other topics:


Of possible interest:
Setup USB GAMEPAD (Joystick) = PS2 controls.
Try buttons Before you program them (push each button during game play to see what it does now.)
< BUTTONS on right side of control:>
Button/Trigger
Foot
Vehicle
#1 or X at 9 o’clock
Jump
Brake/Reverse
#4 or Y at Noon
Enter or Exit
Enter or Exit
#3 or B at 3 o’clock
Fire
Fire
#2 or A at 6 o’clock
Sprint
Accelerate
<Front Buttons:>
Button/Trigger
Foot
Vehicle
#5 or Left High
Action
Secondary Fire
#7 or Left Low
Previous Weapon/target
Look Left – Aircraft: left rudder
#6 or Right High
Aim
Handbrake
#8 or Right Low
Next Weapon/Target
Look Right – Aircraft: right rudder
Directional Cross (not programmable)
<< ANALOG STICKS >>
Button/Trigger
Foot
Vehicle
#11 or Left Stick
General Movement
General Movement
#12 or Right Stick
Camera Movement
Camera Movement
#11 or Left Stick (as a button)
Look Behind
Sub Mission (start/cancel)
#12 or Right Stick (as a button)
Crouch
Horn/Siren
#9 & #10 Two small buttons between left Directional and 4 buttons.
Program as you will, I have used them for either radio stations forward/backward OR responses Yes/No
Note: Some of the buttons or combinations of buttons are automatically programmed. For actions.
Such as both bottom front buttons pushed at the same time when in a vehicle will show what’s behind you.
I have two USB gamepads and the button Number/Letter Assignments on them are different. That’s why I listed descriptive locations as well as numbers/letters. Numbers in are for Logitech Dual Action, Letters for the Logitech F510.
Note you may also assign the same button to a different command IF they will be in a different column.




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