Does anyone know how to map to the right stick using the (Logitech Gamepad F310) so that I can look around in The Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion or any FPS? Every button and stick works except for the right stick movement. The R3 button works fine and even when I re- installed the Logitech software and tested all of the buttons and sticks, everything works fine. I made this work several years ago so I know it's possible, but I recently had to re-install everything in my new build, and now I can't remember how I made the right stick function the same as the mouse by enabling to look around. I even tried selecting the "Right Stick X-Axis" and mapped that to the "Mouse X-Axis" and vice versa, but that did not work. Does anyone remember how to do this?
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Thank you for your inputs simon12 and HEXiT! I appreciate any help or inputs! I love the mouse and keyboard set-up as the moues's accuracy is just a lot better than the joysticks, however, my arms get a bit tired from keeping them locked on the desk for long periods of time. I want to try to rest my arms more by using the gamepad. I was considering xpadder, but I was told you aren't able to map to the L3 and R3 buttons. I also tried joy2mouse, but that is best for just replacing your mouse with regular computer viewing. After researching for the past few days I found the solution! Anyone that has the Logitech Gamepad F310 please view this Youtbue video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjIbMDxze1E&feature=bf_p...
This is uploaded by shadowfilm100 and he shows you very easily how to set-up your gamepad. His demonstration is with Minecraft, but this set-up can work with many other games. Maybe not all games, but most of them. I totally forgotten about the last part when you go into the "add persistent profile" and select the game for your gamepad set-up and click "ok". I've tried it out and I'm back in business! Thanks to all the viewers and to those who responded! Happy gaming.