To quickly get into the joystick properties you can use the joy.cpl control panel applet. To do this use [Win]-R, then type "joy.cpl" | OK. By holding down the Windows key, pressing the R key (then release both), you will open the Run dialog. Type "joy.cpl" and select OK to open the Control Panel applet for the joystick/game controllers. Once there, you can go into properties, and verify the crosshairs is actually in the middle - if it is off-center there, you will get drift when running Joystick-To-Mouse. Try re-calibrating or restarting your system & retesting to verify your centered joystick is actually centered based on input to Windows.
In earlier Joystick-To-Mouse releases (prior to 2.80 Release 5) you may have a drift (or severe drift to a screen corner) is the DPI (dots per inch) is NOT at 100%. To check this, or test at 100%, you can use [Win]-R, type "desk.cpl" | OK, then select "Make text and other items larger or smaller", then select "set a custom scaling level" - if it is something other than 100%, try 100% to see if the drift issue stops.
|Category: Using||Type: Information||Product: Joystick-To-Mouse||Version: 2.80|