tripletopper Posted October 28, 2018 Share Posted October 28, 2018 No. The 5200 reads both axes independently of one another. So it's up the game what "NE" even means. POKEY will read the Y Axis pot at 100% and the X Axis pot at 100% and the game code then does whatever it wants with those inputs. Yes I understand there's an independent X and Y, and if it were not for the physical circle restrictor, the X can be actuated 100% and the y can be actuated 100% together, and the radius would be 141% using x,y to r,A conversions. Also my previous post mentions a clever way of using an 80% minimum actuation to turn an analog stick into a 4-way. But the Competition Pro ruins it with simultaneous 100% x and 100%y Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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