ControllerMate Updated to v2.1.1
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OrderedBytes has released a new version of their game controller utility, ControllerMate. Using a unique graphical interface, ControllerMate allows the user to configure any HID-compliant controller to function with the keyboard inputs of any game by linking together control blocks. Advanced control configurations are possible with this system.
Improvements and fixes in version 2.1.1 include:
• Full-keyboard keystrokes palette. Helpful for configuring Keystrokes building blocks for users who do not use physical keyboards. Also helpful for users of new PowerBooks that do not correctly record function key combinations.A demo can be downloaded from MacGameFiles.com to allow you to check the utilities features out. The full registered version is on $10, and can be purchased via PayPal at OrderedBytes' website.
• ControllerMate now detects and responds to changes in the current keyboard layout selection.
• Unusable devices are now dimmed in the Palette window. Often, devices are unusable by ControllerMate when other software has exclusive access to them.
• Fixed a potential circular reference between modifiers and button, axis, and hatswitch building blocks.
• Fixed a bug with unichar keyboard layouts. Unichar layouts are not supported, but no longer cause a crash.
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