Valez wrote:Hey, nice work.
Having some problems with the analog sticks though.
1 out of 3 times I keep moving in the direction I pressed until I press again in another direction.
Is it moving very slowly? I added a user-specifiable deadzone as of #92. See if that solves your issue.
Continuing my trend... b94
has even further joystick polish. I've been alternating playing on MetaCraft, finding problems, and fixing them.
There are still some issues with ease-of-use on the inventory. It works... but its hard to use. I'll address these soon, but I suppose it isn't ready for general use.
My preferred controller setup is now:
Keyhole Width: 90° (very edge of my vision)
Keyhole Height: 100° (very edge)
Mode: "Keyhole (loose)"
Joystick sensitivity: 8.0
"Recenter" bound to the joystick "click".
The Mode: "Keyhole (loose)" works kind of like the hydra. If you aim at something, then let off the joystick, no matter where you turn your head, the crosshair will stay there. This allows you to mine while checking behind you.
However, pushing the crosshair up to the keyhole (while its visible) will turn the view as normal.
"Recenter" bound to the joystick "click": with such loose control of the crosshair, it can get lost. If you suddenly come across an enemy, you don't have time to find it. I've added the ability to "hold the line!" aka keep the crosshair bound to the center of your view while holding a button. That way you can aim with your head when you need a quick response.
If anyone can come up with a better scheme, please let me know, I'd love to try it! With this, I think the controller is approaching the usefulness of the hydra free-aim; not quite there, though. I need to give the hydra controls the same level of attention I've been giving the controller, but that will probably have to wait until next weekend. I've been programming for close to 18 hours.....
In other news... I nearly had a heart attack a bit ago: my first crap-my-pants moment in the Rift. I was mining in a corner of a cave after just signing in to MetaCraft. I thought I was alone. I looked over my shoulder and saw this