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    left stick movement

    hi,
    left stick is usually for movement on a 360 degree basis,up down left right, is it possible to adjust to make movement reduced? i.e not 100% to the right or left.
    Basically I'd like to reduce left or right on the left stick moving so if I wanted to go left but not a full 100 more at a 75 and be 75 if this makes sense
    thanks

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    Re: left stick movement

    Quote Originally Posted by hirst66 View Post
    hi,
    left stick is usually for movement on a 360 degree basis,up down left right, is it possible to adjust to make movement reduced? i.e not 100% to the right or left.
    Basically I'd like to reduce left or right on the left stick moving so if I wanted to go left but not a full 100 more at a 75 and be 75 if this makes sense
    thanks
    You can use sensitivity(). It caps the max output on the sticks.

    sensitivity(XB1_LX, NOT_USE, 75);

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    Re: left stick movement

    thanks,
    I was thinking about that from one of my golf gpc;s… I,ll give it a try.

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