|Joystick-To-Mouse: for Windows; Run Windows with a Joystick!; Version 2.80 Release 3; User's Guide|
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This is an Advanced Setting Option.
Click on a control or button for detailed help, or review descriptions below.
The Time Period affects how long each cycle lasts before the cursor is moved. For smoothest operation, the Time Period should be set to 0. By increasing the Time Period, motion will appear to be choppy and inconsistent, however this may be desirable in certain circumstances, especially when the user requires deliberate & discrete actions.
Speed Multiplier (X axis)
Speed Multiplier (Y axis)
These 2 settings are the speed multiplier (and also the top speed increment indicator) for the mouse cursor motion. A setting of 1 will force the mouse cursor to move only in pixel increments, but the motion across the screen may be too slow. Higher speeds than 4 may cause the mouse cursor to jump too far. Note that Enabling Acceleration and choosing an Acceleration Method) can have a strong influence on the cursor motion. The two directions are tied together if the speed is set in elsewhere with the Relative Mode) Speed Setting.
This value indicates the range to pixels factor. Refer to Joystick-To-Mouse Notes for a more detailed description of the internal calculations.
Center Range X
Center Range Y
Centered joystick range where no cursor motion will be sent. Larger values means less sensitivity. These values indicate the range away from center the joystick must be moved to register motion. If the values become too large, pixel by pixel motion may be impossible. If the values are too small, the mouse cursor may not stay still even if the joystick is not being handled.
The default button will return ALL values for Joystick Sensitivity to their default values.