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    Why aren't previous versions (1.14.0b) of cemu available?

    Some newer versions of cemu don't work for me (e.g. 1.14.0c). It would be perfect if previous versions of cemu were available for download. Like 1.14.0b , which is specifically what I am looking for.
    Last edited by zootdbz; 21.11.2018 at 22:52.

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    I think the version of 1.14.0 that I have in my mega pack is the one you are looking for.

    But better question is why 1.14.0c doesn't work for you...

  3. #3
    Hello,

    1.14.0c is also not working for me.

    It doesn't recognice the RIGHT TUMB STICK of DS4 controller so I can't play there...
    I have to play on 1.13.2 but I would like to benefit of the upgrades from 1.14.0

    I gonna wait for a new version or do u know how to fix it?
    I discovered it when sometimes it's not possible to switch weapons or just go to left and right in the pause menu via right tumb stick. (Botw)

    (Yes, I tried multiple controllers and on 1.13.2 its working)

  4. #4
    I have tried the URL method and your Mega pack but I couldn't download 1.14.0b, it just downloads the latest one. The reason I want that version is because I am having problems with the input setting in 1.14.0c.
    Watching BsoD's video on setting up 1.14.0 he had 1.14.0b and didn't seem to have any problem with the inputs. So I would want to try that version for myself.

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    using the DS4 controller at stock can be hit or miss with compatibility.
    Use DS4Windows to emulate an Xbox controller.
    Cemu has no issue properly communicating with the Xbox controller API.

    http://ds4windows.com/

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    The problem I have is with any analog input from a controller. I use an Xbox 360 controller or PS3 controller.
    With both controllers, cemu is too sensitive with any analog input. (e.g. even the smallest movement on the joystick is read by cemu and as a result, an input can be read when not intended to)
    Also very often when trying to assign an input is not read at all. (even with not analog inputs)

  7. #7
    Wow @QwerkyPengwen,

    thank you very much. I just downloaded DS4 and made a profile for botw. Now the bug is gone and even the sensitiveness is even better!

  8. #8
    never mind the 1.14.0b version... still has the same problem. I don't know if it's just me, but I'll wait for the next version. Previous versions didn't have any problem with input at all.

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    Warning: Never use that DS4W version linked above. It's outdated and does not support motion controls that are extremely important in various games in Cemu including BotW Shrines.

    Use ryochan's updated version which includes rajkosto's (cemuhook) motion server: https://github.com/Ryochan7/DS4Windows/releases

    More on motion servers for Cemu: http://compat.cemu.info/wiki/Motion_Sensing


    Quote Originally Posted by QwerkyPengwen View Post
    using the DS4 controller at stock can be hit or miss with compatibility.
    Use DS4Windows to emulate an Xbox controller.
    Cemu has no issue properly communicating with the Xbox controller API.

    http://ds4windows.com/
    Author of WiimoteHook; co-author of Static FPS mods, author of guides to game assembly patching , compiling mesa and high-res screenshots

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    dear zootdbz
    In regards to the program registering even the slightest movement of the stick, this requires you to edit the deadzones of the analog.
    However, this doesn't work well all the time if the analog of your controller isn't in good condition and has more sensitivity on one axis vs another axis.
    But try editing the deadzone to give it a little wiggle room before it registers the stick being moved.

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