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Really, this is quite embarrassing. I read further in the manual: and noticed that the quest map does indeed appear in the hero menu, in the center. I was looking for it on the outside points of the star.
I repaired a PlayStation 2 controller whose circle button wasn't working reliably by taking it apart and cleaning it. All I did was use tissue to wipe away the grease and dirt that had built up on the pads and contacts. The direction pad should be easy to clean, make sure to clean the pads on the rubber part, the film covering the motherboard, and the ...
For my ps2 controllers I used rubbing alcohol to fix that issue. They both work great and I have had the same system and controllers since 1998.(Still use today)
I managed to get three players working by plugging in only my x360 Wireless Gaming Reciever and one USB controller (actually a USB adapter for a SNES pad). Then the game finally recognised the two 360 controllers as players 1 and 2, and responded to input from the third control pad (SNES pad through USB adapter) as player 3. I was able to configure the ...
Setting up the controls in War Thunder can be very difficult because of the sheer number of options that there are. I have a Thrustmaster T16000m joystick and I have a mostly functional controls setup. If you want to be able to look around with varying degrees of movement rather than by snapping to that 90° position, you need to enable relative control. ...
It's a matter of practice. Gamegenre I think there are 3 genres which are very appropriate to play in order to learn movement/mouse coordination. FPS (First-Person Shooters):e.g.: CS:S, AVA, COD, TF2... MMORPG (Massive multiplayer online role playing games):e.g.: GW2, WoW, Forsaken World, Rift... MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena): League of ...
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