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Old 08-04-2003, 08:12 PM   #1
BeauMN
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How to map two joysticks on a y-cable to separate devices?


I have two 2-axis 2-button analog joysticks connected to my gameport with a y-cable. I can configure the joystick module to recognize both of them, but it maps both of them to js0. I would like to map one of them to js0, and the other to js1, but am not sure how to do this. If this is possible and someone knows how, please tell me.
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