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Controller Problem back :( (control sensitivity and deadzone settings do nothing)

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by Spinelli, Sep 24, 2015.

  1. It's happening again and I can't fix it. Adjusting the sensitivity and the deadzone sliders don't do anything. Sensitivity makes a big difference for me and I can easily tell me my pedal's sensitivities are not to my liking.

    I tried loading a saved controller profile then adjusting the sensitivity/deazone. I tried restarting the game and going straight to adjusting it without loading a controller profile. I tried remapping my controls. I tried going out on track (to maybe sort of "activate" the controls) then escape back to the controls section. I also saved and then loaded the controls with the sensitivity and deadzone sliders all adjusted but even that doesn't work; the controls still behave as if I have no deadzone (I tried 70% deadzone in order to easily notice if it's working). Nothing I tried works; the sensitivity and deadzone sliders don't have any effect at all and the game is currently "baked" to use no deadzone regardless of what I have it set to - same with sensitivity.

    My pedals are the Fanatec Clubsport Pedals V3 plugged directly to PC and themselves work absolutely perfect. They show up as controller 2 in-game. My wheel is the Fanatec Clubsport Wheel V2 (w/ Porsche 918 RSR rim) and it shows up as controller 1 in-game.

    This is the second time this has happened to me.
     
    Last edited: Sep 24, 2015
  2. Lazarou

    Lazarou
    Premium Member

    The only way I have fixed pedal issues is by creating a new controller profile. Which if you have button boxes etc like me is right pain in the arse.
     
  3. I did, but sensitivity and deadzone still don't do anything.

    Steering and throttle are both assigned to input X. The only difference is that steering is Joy1 and throttle (as-well as brake) is Joy2. Maybe the game is in-capable of applying sensitivity and deadzone settings to anything other than Joy1? I can't see that being the case though because I used seperate pedals for 99% of the time I've ever played SCE and it's never done this except one time a while ago.
     
  4. Fabio Rodrigues

    Fabio Rodrigues
    Reiza Studios Community Manager

    Our next version will have extra sliders for controllers that hopefully might help with that issue. I'm sorry you're having trouble.
     
  5. Great, thanks for the reply and good news. I'll report back if I make any other findings regarding the issue.
     
  6. Niels_at_home

    Niels_at_home
    Reiza Studios

    I've seen somewhat randomly that controller and user data isn't saved in the rfactor (thats what I had it happen on, not GSC) folder but in the 'my documents' folder somewhere. Something with user account control and/or having installed the game in 'program files'..

    No idea if this can happen but perhaps your files are stored not where you think they are?