It has been two days since I fight with bluez between the versions 3.xx and 4.xx and I finally find your comment. QtSixA works very well, I was able to calibrate my joystick.
However, the axes 4, 5 and 6 seem to be axes for the detection of movements. Here is what jstest gives me:
The three axes being never equal to 0, I cannot use the Sixaxis in games, because when I try to configure keys, axes are assigned. If somebody knows how to deactivate them it would be nice.
Woaw I didn't see the Settings menu.
Well, now it's definitely wonderful. :D
Also, it's great to use L3/R3 to enable the mouse mode.
I just want to know if it's normal that the Signal Quality is always about 5%? Anyway, it's working well.
And last one: Can I change the joystick sensitive for the mouse mode? Because it's too fast.
And again, thanks a lot. ;)
I'm new so I don't understand....I'm not sure how the application is installed. Quipeace says to double click on "-bin" file....but doesn't explain how to install...please help me, thank you.
How can I create a new profile? (Do I have to modify an existing one like sixa-gnome.fdi? If yes, do I have to change the value between '+' and 'x'? "mode=relative axis=+2x")
You can copy the profile, modify it, then on the Sixaxis profiles you can add it (so you can have both the original and the modified).
Of course you can just modify the original file, that works too (but the file will be replaced when QtSixA is updated)
Thank you very much for your support :)
I've finished with my questions x)
PS: Did you make a mistake in the topic title? Connect Sixaxis to Ubuntu trough (through) bluetooth mode
Ubuntu trough oO :mrgreen: