RetroMarineParticipant04/10/2014 at 20:56Post count: 153
Is there a way to configure Duke Nukem 3D to a controller? The in-game joystick config doesn’t respond to my snes usb controller and I was wondering if anyone else figured it out. Thx
Sent from my iPad using TapatalkkarlossParticipant04/11/2014 at 00:34Post count: 177
Yes…I’ll let u know tomorrow..
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Same ! Thanks in advance.
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Sent from my iPad using TapatalkkarlossParticipant04/15/2014 at 13:44Post count: 177
In will get back to you mate, I’m busy with stuff…have a look at the eduke32 wiki, its not hard go work out and get it working..
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I do not remember exactly ,i think go to console an Type in_joystick 1. That aktivate the JoystickRazorX2014Participant04/18/2014 at 00:29Post count: 41
i cant get my wireless mouse to aim so i cant play itkarlossParticipant04/22/2014 at 14:39Post count: 177
bluelightcrew is correct.
You need to open Duke and load a game, then bring up the console and type in_joystick (I don’t think you need the number) you should be able to then configure your joystick via the Joystick menu..
after that the info should be saved and job done :)RetroMarineParticipant04/24/2014 at 04:32Post count: 153
Bring up the console? I’m sorry but I’m not following you…there’s no options in the game called console…is there a config file called console that you’re talking about within the duke 3d folder?
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On the German Keyboard layout it is the Key to the left of the 1RetroMarineParticipant04/26/2014 at 00:43Post count: 153
Ok so I figured it out for anyone else trying to activate their controller:
1. Open a game
2. Type ~ (the key to the left of the 1) to open console
3. Type: in_joystick 1
This will activate the joystick, then you can proceed to the menu to configure the button layout.
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