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Game Support / Re: Why Borderlands Handsome coming soon?
« on: 02:05 PM - 03/24/15 »
I am looking so forward to being able to play this on Xbox One with my friends. We played countless hours on 360. Thanks for all the hard work on the translator.

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Thank you so much for the answer to this! I will give it a shot as soon as I get hooked up again.

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OK, so old habits die hard. For so many years now in virtually every shooter game I've played, I've always set up my config such that primary weapon is mouse wheel up and secondary weapon is mouse down. In a game like Titanfall where you only have two weapons, you only need one in-game button to switch. However, I find myself instinctively trying to mouse down to switch to my backup weapon, and nothing happens since I've got change weapons set to mouse up. Is there any way that the Android manager could make it so that either mouse up OR down would result in the button press to change? This would be extremely helpful for me. I had learned how to change the config files to be able to do this with my previous PC-based XIM devices, but haven't dared to tinker with the Android manager. Thanks for any help which you can provide!

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XIM 4 Discussions / Re: Anybody have this keyboard?
« on: 11:24 AM - 12/18/14 »
I've tried emailing them several times now, but never get a response. I feel increasingly certain  that the company has either merged with another or has gone defunct.

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XIM 4 Discussions / Re: Anybody have this keyboard?
« on: 04:43 PM - 12/10/14 »
I want one of those Cyber Snipa keypads in a BAD way, but I cannot seem to find them anywhere. I've been watching eBay for a while now and seem to have missed a few. Anybody got good leads which won't cost me a fortune?

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This issue appears to be resolved after the firmware flash. Thanks again!

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Technical Support / Re: MCC button "sticking" problem
« on: 11:35 AM - 11/18/14 »
Will do, thanks for the quick response! And thanks for everything which you have done to make XIM as awesome as it is. I remember this idea long before there was even a formal website for it. I've bought SO many more games simply because I can play them with the type of control which I want.

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Technical Support / Re: MCC button "sticking" problem
« on: 09:02 AM - 11/18/14 »
Forgot to add: DPI is cranked all the way up to max (8200), and polling rate is set to 1000.

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This is the first game with which I've attempted to use my new XIM4, so I'm hoping that I'm just doing something absent-minded.

XIM4 setup
Software controller: Motorola Droid MAXX (XT1080)
Mouse: Logitech G700S
Keyboard: Steelseries Merc Stealth (By the way, I can submit that the Ideazon Merc does NOT work with the controller software, as the WASD "butterfly" keys are not recognized.)

The problem which I am noticing is that, during gameplay, I am seeing a button "stick" in the controller software. The software does not initially do this upon startup, but seems to randomly decide to stick. What shows on the XIM screen on the phone appears to be a constant sending of a particular key mapped to the mouse. If I map "reload" to a certain mouse button such as 0, then that particular button appears to be constantly pressed (send: 00000000000000000, etc.) and not released. Other buttons also send, but there appears to be at least one which just doesn't cease.

My suspicion is that this may have something to do with how I have the buttons mapped on the mouse. As a very old habit, I have a high DPI/High polling rate profile on the G700S in which all of the buttons on the mouse are actually mapped to be number buttons on the keyboard. (e.g. the G8 button = 0, G7 button = 9, etc.) When I press G8 (the "back" button), it actually sends 0. I've done this with games for years with different Logitech mice, dating all the way back to the first XIM I built, and I also use this for current PC games like Battlefield 4.

The question is this: Should I attempt to just remap the mouse buttons to be generic buttons? Will the XIM recognize each individual button on the G700S? I am not exaggerating when I say that I like to use EVERY button (except for the profile switcher, obviously) on the G700S, and I'd be thrilled if I could switch the maps on this profile to just be generic and the XIM would pick them all up.

Anybody else seen this happen? I could try to take some photos if it might help. Maybe I'm just doing something stupid...

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OK, just so I am bring crystal clear on this, are you saying that I can plug the wireless USB receiver from the G700S into the XIM and it'll recognize the device? I ask because I just got a new XIM4, and I'm still learning. I'd definitely be pleased to not have to use the cable.

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I just received a shiny new XIM4 a few days ago, and I salute those of you who are involved with making a smart translator for the Master Chief Collection. This is my third XIM device, but I haven't had one since XIM2. I've got a lot to learn, and this game will be the first thing I experiment with! I can patiently wait for the ST.

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I just don't get it. My XIM360 works just fine with my desktop, but doesn't work at all with either of my laptops. I did the exact same installation procedure with the 64-bit Windows 7 desktop and laptop, and did a typical install on the Windows XP laptop. Is this a voltage issue...?

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No, everything looks fine when both cables are plugged into the PC. It's only after I have calibrated, then removed the gray controller cable and plugged it into the Xbox do I start seeing the 401 error.

Oh man. Don't tell me I have the cables backwards...  :o

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I am in the process of building a new PC. The old one I had - which is no longer at my desk with my Xbox - was my controller for my XIM360, and it always worked flawlessly. I also have one of the new slim 360's, whereby I previously had the XIM360 connected to one of the older models. While I'm building, I thought I'd try to connect my XIM360 to my laptop and the new slim 360 until I'm finished with the new desktop. I read the 64-bit installation guide (Windows 7 Ultimate, 64-bit) stickied above, and went through each step exactly as described. However, I'm finding that the XIM software is displaying a 401 error message while running, and I don't get any control of the Xbox. In fact, when the gray controller cable is plugged into the Xbox, the dashboard goes into a button/keypress loop regardless of whether or not the XIM software is running. I figured I had installed something incorrectly, so I uninstalled and tried again. Same results.

Next, I thought I'd try this on my netbook which is running Windows XP SP3. Did a typical install, connected the XIM360 to the Xbox, and still got a 401 error message from the software. The only time I don't see the 401 error message is when both cables are plugged into the netbook/laptop.

So what am I doing wrong...? I plug the gray controller cable into the laptop(s) and let it install drivers for the 360 controller. I install the latest version of the XIM360 software. I calibrate once both cables are plugged in. Calibration always succeeds. I've checked to make sure that the solder contact points on the board inside of the controller aren't bridged. I must be doing something really, really obviously wrong. I've never had any problems with the XIM360 before, and it's been immaculately cared for.

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Sorry to delete all your work but something like this has already been done by relys over at ximhub.com

Scripts aren't supported on xim360.com

-mist4fun

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