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Hi, I'm looking for a free joystick-to-keyboard program or Autohotkey script (preferably) that converts analog joystick to WASD movement in games. I know of a few already (joytokey, xpadder), but they're lacking a specific feature I'm looking for: tilt a little to walk, tilt more to run. Basically this would be done by checking how far it's tilted, and if tilted above a certain point (above maybe 70% in any direction), it holds shift, making you run. Pinnacle Game Profiler is the only one I can find with this feature, but the program isn't free.

Post New Requests Here / Re: Auto Resize Taskbar
« on: September 04, 2009, 07:39 PM »
Hmm wait, I forgot to mention it takes 14 or 15 windows before it resizes bigger. It'll resize smaller once you go back down to about 10. Also, different screen resolutions might need different amount of windows before resizing, so I could add a line up top or something to adjust how many windows.

If it wasn't just the not enough windows were up thing:

Hmm try putting a sleep,1000 or something after the mousemove events to see exactly where the mouse goes to before it drags, and maybe you can adjust it from there to work for you. I guess a testing function could be made to do it all in slow motion so you can see what it does. I'll go ahead and do something like that if you're still having trouble after this. What OS are you on? Luna Royal should work fine, as the "Media Center Style" theme looks like it's the same thing and works for me. Sooo I'm guessing it's either you're not on XP and taskbar has a different class, or possibly the multi monitor thing - maybe try it on the different monitors.

Post New Requests Here / Re: Auto Resize Taskbar
« on: September 04, 2009, 02:40 PM »
Yep, locked taskbar will prevent it from being resizable, I completely forgot about that. I don't know how well it works on dual monitors, let us know how it goes!

Post New Requests Here / Re: Auto Resize Taskbar
« on: September 04, 2009, 11:38 AM »
Hi, I wanted this too but Skrommel's script seemed to miss the taskbar when resizing, so I've edited it a bit to work for me. It seems to work pretty seamless, sorta like it's built into Windows. :) Also I made sure it works for the two (3 if you have XP MCE) default Windows XP themes, but it should work for other similar ones I hope. I haven't tried it in Vista or 7, so no idea if it works there. I guess post to let us know if you tried it and whether it worked.

Here's some things I added:

- it makes sure you aren't pressing the mouse button or keyboard modifiers (ctrl, alt, etc) before it resizes.
- I tried to make sure the mouse doesn't get stolen and doesn't travel off.

Warning: it only works when your taskbar is at the bottom of the screen!

(ahk file is attached, I don't know how to do the code window thing like Skrommel did up there)

Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: Screensaver for individual screens
« on: November 23, 2007, 02:13 PM »
Hey lanux, it works! Like Ralf said, with some Autohotkeying, I've got that to function just as I wanted. I've made it so it turns off when your mouse goes on the screen saver'd monitor too, so it should work much like a regular screen saver would. I'll attach the .ahk (need Autohotkey from Open the .ahk in notepad and read the instructions first, though - there's a couple lines to edit before it may work for you.

Thanks - now I can use my second monitor without worry!

Post New Requests Here / Re: IDEA: Screensaver for individual screens
« on: November 21, 2007, 05:42 PM »
I tried UltraMon and it's only activating the screensavers when I've not moved my mouse at all. I was hoping for something that would let monitor 2's screensaver come on while I'm doing stuff on monitor 1. Is there a specific way to configure it to do that?

Post New Requests Here / IDEA: Screensaver for individual screens
« on: November 20, 2007, 03:15 PM »
Having multiple monitors can be beneficial, but then there comes the thoughts of burn-in when one's not "moving" much. Sometimes I'd like to play a game and leave something on my other screen to monitor, like maybe a download or a chat. The problem with this is, the chat monitor may get a little burn-in or image persistence after a while. My 20" Dell2001FP LCD will give me some image persistence when I leave anything in one spot for even a couple minutes.

I'd like to have a "screensaver" that activates when there's no activity on a screen, but being able to use the other screen(s) while the screensaver is up (i.e. mouse movements won't affect the screensaver until the mouse goes onto that screen).

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