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Gus! Joystick Mouse

Gus! Joystick Mouse

 A simple, effective, inexpensive solution that allows a common joystick or game pad to control the cursor

Simply connect any Windows compatible joystick to the computer and run the Gus! Joystick Mouse application.  It converts the joystick into an excellent pointing device and allows "mouse clicks" using the trigger and fire buttons

Configuration Settings  (to modify, click icon located on system tray)
Sensitivity:  Adjusts the sensitivity of the joystick/cursor movement
Use mouse:  Operate the mouse and the joystick at the same time.
Swap buttons: Choose which joystick button issues left or right click
Calibrate:  Calibration of Joystick centering and movement.
Button action:  Determines action of trigger button on joystick.
Auto click: Performs automatic button click (single, double or drag) after selected delay time (eg. 3 seconds)
Sounds: Selected sound played when joystick button triggered:  Adjusts the sensitivity of the joystick/cursor movement
Use mouse:  Operate the mouse and the joystick at the same time.
Swap buttons: Choose which joystick button issues left or right click
Calibrate:  Calibration of Joystick centering and movement.
Button action:  Determines action of trigger button on joystick.
Auto click: Performs automatic button click (single, double or drag) after selected delay time (eg. 3 seconds)
Sounds: Selected sound played when joystick button triggered


More information: http://www.synapseadaptive.com/augcom/gus/Joystick.htm


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