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Problems with Classic Controller Pro


I'm trying to use the Classic Controller Pro as an extra controller in games that require Xinput control. The issue is that when I assign anything to the Left or Right stick in the GUI, it is never registered. I tried doing this with a Nunchuk, and it works without issue, and I tried the CCP in Dolphin to make sure the controller itself wasn't the issue, but it had no issues that way as well. All the other buttons are able to be assigned, and besides this issue this program is beyond helpful, thank you so much for this program! If this issue could be fixed, it would make this even better for me, I'd use this program practically exclusively for my Windows 8 64bit pc


ChosenHero4 wrote May 25, 2014 at 6:05 PM

I'm having the same issue with PPSSPP and Dolphin too.

NoInkling wrote Jul 1, 2014 at 1:45 PM

Yeah the analog sticks don't work when using the CC Pro, I've opened an issue for it on Github

simphax wrote Jul 22, 2014 at 12:21 AM

Try beta 12

Wiigamer6 wrote Aug 1, 2014 at 7:04 PM

I tried beta 12, then set the controller to emulate a 360 controller, then started Sonic and All-Stars Racing Transformed. First problem I noticed was that it wouldn't notice the controller, but removing the CCP from the Wii remote then reattaching solved that issue, and it seemed like the controller was working, so I chalked that up to game compatibility issues. However, when I started a race, suddenly the analog sticks did nothing again, unless I paused the game. Somehow the problem was fixed for menus, but not for racing... I will test in other games to see if it's just SASRT

Wiigamer6 wrote Aug 24, 2014 at 9:30 PM

I think I know why the controller wasn't working the way I had tried now... I noticed once when I made a Minecraft profile that I could only use one button at a time. For some reason or another, if one button is being pressed, it locks out the others from being used, so I could turn left, right, up, and down, but I couldn't walk and turn at the same time. That being said, in order to drive on that racing game (or just about any), you have to both steer and press the button for the gas. So I could go, just not steer...