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This option will start the joystick operation of Joystick-To-Mouse. Depending on the settings, the mouse cursor will be controlled from the joystick, and the buttons on the joystick will perform the appropriate actions as set in Button Settings.
When Joystick-To-Mouse is On, no other program in Windows can use the Joystick. The On state is indicated by the Icon Name changing to Joystick-To-Mouse ON. While Joystick-To-Mouse is On, the mouse will still operate, and the mouse must remain connected for proper operation of Joystick-To-Mouse. During training or evaluation, another individual may assist the Joystick-To-Mouse user with the mouse. If Joystick-To-Mouse is used as the primary mouse cursor interface, you may wish to flip the mouse over, or remove the ball from the mouse or trackball.
Joystick-To-Mouse has 2 operating modes, accessible when Advanced Settings are available. For more details, see Operation Mode.
If you cannot Start the joystick, review troubleshootingTroubleshooting for options.
See Joystick-To-Mouse Joystick-To-Mouse operation for default operation settings.