Adn1210's picture

How can I call a Joystick Event?


I am not an advance user of c# but i'm trying to do an aplication to use OpenGL and Joystick Functions.

I want to use the GL_Control because i'm going to use formulars and so on.

I want to know if i can call or create a Joystick event, i've seen that i can try to read the Joystick in "OnUpdateFrame", but can i manage that with an event?

Best Regards

p.S. I'm working on Visual Studio 10, Win7 64bits & a Xbox 360 controller

My code so far

public partial class Form1 : Form
        public Form1()
        GameWindow hid = new GameWindow();
        JoystickDevice joy;
           private void Form1_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
            joy =  hid.Joysticks[0];
            textBox1.Text = joy.Description;
            joy.ButtonDown += new EventHandler<JoystickButtonEventArgs>(Joydown);
        void Joydown(object sender, JoystickButtonEventArgs e)
            MessageBox.Show("I'm in");


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Inertia's picture

For this type of game investigate here. Afaik there's no tested XInput driver in trunk, you may have to look in branches or use an emu like x360ce.