|By T. C. on Thursday, February 8, 2001 - 09:30 am:|
The Profiler should work with most Direct X games. It acts as a mapping tool between the game and the controller.
I don't have the game Panzer Elite so I can't test it. The Game.exe file maybe just the game menu, but not the game excecutable itself. There maybe another EXE file running after the Game.exe. Moreover, if there is an ICD file, you have to include it in the Executable line.
|By ColinL on Thursday, February 8, 2001 - 08:48 am:|
Well, I discovered that with P.E., I have to use the in-game controls menu to assign the buttons. The game seems to not allow the use of the Wingman Profiler to assign controls. Unfortunately, that only leaves me with 8 buttons and 1 HAT. No 'shift button' either!
Other than that, the joystick works great!
Thanks for your help and comments.
|By ColinL on Thursday, February 8, 2001 - 06:53 am:|
Well, let me see? I set up a new game...Panzer Elite..direct the profile to the Game exe. Ok so far.
Load-in the button commands using the directions supplied and that off the internet. (Name the command, record keystrokes etc...)
I start the game and other then basic HAT and Joystick controls none of the programmed buttons respond!
|By T. C. on Wednesday, February 7, 2001 - 11:17 am:|
It helps if you can put more detail describing the problem.
Some games have more than one file running when they launch. The profile that you made may point to only one of them; thus, the game is not getting the input from the Profiler.
You can use any text editor to edit the profile that you made. Make sure all the files are listed in the "Executable" line.
|By Colin on Tuesday, February 6, 2001 - 08:30 pm:|
Hi guys...seem to have a lot of trouble assigning keys and having them work in Panzer Elite. Just recently changed from a MS Force Feedback Pro and never had any problems with it. Anyone have any ideas?