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I am really looking for a way to create key binding for an xbox one controller connected to a Mac. I know this is kind of a weird request, but I really want to try playing Guild Wars 2 with a controller. While, granted, it is probably better to use a keyboard and mouse, I really want to try it with a controller, but this game does not support a controller. I was wondering if there was any way to create key bindings to the Xbox One Controller buttons. For instance: left stick as WASD and ABXY for 1234. Combinations would be helpful as well, like Rt + A = 5, and that sort of thing. I have a driver for the controller, but that is only useful for compatible games on steam and OS X. I am currently using Xone-OSX from FranticRain on Github, but am open to other programs. Thanks in advance!

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    Xpadder is typically mentioned for doing this, but I don't know if it works on Mac, and I have no experience with it to make an answer. I definitely suggest using the new action cam setting for playing with a controller. – MrLemon Nov 1 '15 at 9:59
  • I've managed to do this using the Steam Controller, by adding a 'Non-steam game' shortcut and mapping the controller to the keyboard controls. – David Yell Nov 27 '15 at 11:53
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https://www.howtogeek.com/393335/how-to-connect-an-xbox-one-controller-to-your-mac/

If you go to this link it shows a quick article on how to install and setup both Xbox 360 and Xbox one controllers on a Mac. When you get to the bottom of the article it mentions that its labeled and shows an image of a 360 controller but when you set up the bindings it supports it for Xbox one controllers as well. This is a quick, free, and simple way to accomplish what you want! Enjoy!

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Joystick Mapper is an app on the Mac app store that allows you to map your controller. It has 3 stars and is 5 dollars. Here's the website: https://joystickmapper.com/.

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