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Joypick Serial Key creates an interface to list available joysticks and let you configure input axes/buttons. You can update the axes and buttons via progress bars. You can associate joysticks with a key or define a key as a joystick. Each joystick that is installed and configured will show up as an entry in the list. There are options to hide the list and name the buttons. The buttons include: play, pause, speed up, and speed down. The axes include: x/y, and a degree of rotation. When you select a button, an x and a y axis on the input will receive the new value. The origin can be anything within the range -32767 to 32767. The entry is not editable. To save the inputs, click button. To load the inputs, click the play button. To quit, click the exit button.
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Platforms: Windows


Size: 1.19 MB

License: MIT License


In file news:


– Add mapping of an axis with space


– Don’t require SDL >= 1.2.0

– Requires SDL >= 1.2.0

– Requires SDL_image = 1.3.3

– Don’t work with old joysticks

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Joypick Crack Activation Code

Provides quick and easy access to your
joystick input devices.

Clonejoy provides a similar tool but is compatible only with X11.
Joypick on Windows:


Download Joypick.exe:

Unpack the archive with 7zip

Run Joypick.exe

Installation on Linux:

Download Linux version of Joypick:

Unpack the downloaded.deb archive with 7zip

Run Joypick

In either case, the tool will install itself in

How to use it:

Joypick is started by simply entering:

or, optionally:

joypick -h

To list the axes and buttons for a joystick, enter:
joypick -s

Where is the name of the joystick.

To see the axes and buttons currently mapped to a joystick, enter:
joypick -a

Where is the name of the joystick.

A listing of all the jst’s available on the system is displayed:

Listing all the axes of all the axes of all the jst’s currently mapped.

To update all the axes of all the axes of all the axes of all the jst’s
entered in a progress bar, enter:
joypick -i

Where is the name of the joystick and can be found by entering
joypick -s .

To update all the axes of all the axes of all the axes of all the jst’s
entered in checkboxes, enter:
joypick -u

Where is the name of the joystick and can be found by entering
joypick -s .

To update all the axes of all the axes of all the axes of all the
buttons, enter:
joypick -g

Where is the name of the joystick and can be found by entering
joypick -s

Joypick Activation [32|64bit]

A tool to display joystick axes, buttons and axis progressions
A tool to update joystick axes and buttons

Note: it can be used to update the axis inputs via progress bars and the buttons through check boxes periodically. For example, if you have 2 axes, and you would like to make them both go up by one, while also check both checkboxes, it’s very simple: just press the ‘update’ button (below), and wait while it runs


I have a command line script that you can drop into your script folder (next to script.php), or into your plugins folder, to enumerate your joystick axes and buttons.
The script prints a list of joystick axes and buttons on the screen, as well as a progress bar showing the progress towards the next axis or button press. The script will work on any joystick connected to the computer. Right now it takes most joysticks, but not all of them. Some old-school joysticks from the pre-USB days don’t work with the script, and can’t be detected by the script.
The script looks for an XInput device, which is a special kernel driver device from Microsoft that provides access to game controller information and events. The only non-Windows OS device this driver supports is OS X. For Windows, the Raw Input API is available that can be used for similar purposes.
The script only supports the following axes: X, Y, and Z. No others are supported. Current implementation does not report joysticks that are not oriented in « default » x, y, and z directions. Other axes will be reported, but the axis progressions will be the same as in default direction. Joysticks oriented in a particular direction will be detected the same as if the device were oriented in that direction.
Using the script you get a list of the axis values as well as a numeric value to show the progress towards the next axis value. Values are updated continuously as the script goes. The progress bar is oriented such that « forward » means the axis value is progressing towards a new value. « N.S. » means the axis value has not changed since the last time the script was run.
I believe the script is Linux/Mac only, but it has not been tested. You need « bash » and « python » in order to run the script.
Download the script here:

What’s New In?


After looking on this page for the function:

As @LTChip found out you have to find out the name that is used for the axis and axis is something like « axis_x » so that you can use the function « sdlGetJoystickAxis ».
And using getbutton

it also works.
Maybe you can do the same.

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System Requirements:

DirectX®9.0 (minimum); 11.2 (recommended); 11.3 (tested); 11.4 (exact requirements)
AMD Radeon™ R9 290, AMD Radeon R9 295, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980, AMD Radeon R9 295X2
2 GB of VRAM (4 GB recommended)
16 GB of available space (25 GB recommended)
A sound card, system audio driver, and hardware microphone are required
A compatible headset is required
Minimum resolution: 1280 x 720 @ 60

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