|Joystick-To-Mouse: for Windows; Run Windows with a Joystick!; Version 2.70 Release 5; User's Guide|
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The Relative Mode Speed Setting allows for Speeds between 1 and 10. When the Custom Acceleration Method is selected, these speeds are used as references into the Custom Acceleration Settings configured here. This allows custom speed curves relating to the off-center position of the Joystick. Note that in most cases, the Relative Mode Speed should be at its maximum to allow use of all the settings, and to allow the smoothest speed curve.
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the Relative Mode Speed Setting is only 5, then only the first 5 values take on meaning - higher settings here will be ignored.
Position 1 to Position 10
These are the speed values that result (and are actually used) when the Custom Acceleration Method is selected, and Cursor Acceleration is Enabled. As the Joystick moves off-center, the Speed is calculated, and then this look-up table is used. The value entered here is the actual Cursor motion speed. For best results, a change then test cycle should be done several times to guarantee suitable cursor motion.
This sets Position 1 through Position 10 with the values used internally from the Quick Acceleration Method. See Joystick-To-Mouse Notes for more details.
This sets Position 1 through Position 10 with the values used internally from the Enhanced Acceleration Method. See Joystick-To-Mouse Notes for more details.