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#Actualfrob

Posted 15 February 2013 - 03:21 AM

Generally yes.

It is always possible that somebody is using an obscure joystick from the 1970s with bad drivers and the axis values are reversed, but that is not normal.

Some players like the option of reversing up/down and left/right. You might decide to include the options as a convenience, not because of a hardware issue.

Calibrations are typically done by the system, and they also generally include a dead zone so you don't need to. They are nice options to provide to your users if you'd like, but less necessary than they were two decades ago.

#1frob

Posted 15 February 2013 - 03:03 AM

Generally yes.

 

It is always possible that somebody is using an obscure joystick from the 1970s with bad drivers and the axis values are reversed, but that is not normal.

 

 

Calibrations are typically done by the system, and they also generally include a dead zone so you don't need to.  They are nice options to provide to your users if you'd like, but less necessary than they were two decades ago.


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