Yes, the joystick co-exists with the mouse input device, so both can be used. However, there is only one cursor in the Windows operating system, so if both are being used at the same time, they will "fight" with each other, and this will not be an effective approach to operating the system. However, if you click with the joystick button, and move the mouse, it will highlight text. Generally, the user of Joystick-To-Mouse would use the joystick as their primary input, i.e. click with the joystick button, drag the cursor by moving the joystick off-center, and then let go of the joystick button to release the mouse click.
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