Discussion in 'RACE 07 - Official WTCC Game' started by Dennis Phelan, Jun 10, 2009.
Is there a way to use one of the buttons on my steering wheel as a press to talk button for TS?
yes you can do this no problem, you can either use the wheels profiler to assign a button or download this app and use it http://forum.racedepartment.com/downloads.php?do=file&id=706
Thanks, I'll try that!
I use a G25, so part of this may not apply. Just go into the Settings, Sound Input/Output Settings, set it as something like CTRL, go into the Logitech Profiler, click the button, make a command, and set it to work every time Race is running, then whenever Race is open it sets that key binding to work.
Joytokey does the same thing.
http://www.electracode.com/4/joy2key/JoyToKey English Version.htm
I use the Logitech profiler for my joystick in F4AF. I don't use it for anything in Evo, can I just use one of these app's for the one button and not disrupt the game control options?
As long as the button you select to use to activate the microphone is not doing anything else ingame, there's nothing to be afraid of
ie: don't bind a button you use for something else ingame. Or unbind it.
OK, I tried jbindx, it didn't work.
I tried using the profiler and it didn't work either, I'm probably doing something wrong there. The wheel will activate the key but the mic doesn't open.
There's that one other program to try, but not tonight[too many margarita's] or you guys are just going to have to listen to my dogs as they activate the mic!
jbdinx didn't work?
Let's make sure you set it up right:
1/ Choose a button on your wheel that you'll use to activate the mike.
2/ Go to teamspeak and select "Settings", and then "Sound Input/Output settings".
3/ Choose "Push to talk option" and bind it a keyboard key that you do not use in the game. Let's say you select the " F " key.
4/ Go to jbdinx and bind the wheel button you want to the F key. Let the program run, don't close it, and then test the whole thing.
Yes, That's what I did.
I have two free buttons on the wheel, located appropriately for TS, neither can be selected as the "joystick button" after pressing "select button".
I can select a key to be used for PTT.
I just got it to work using the Logitech Profiler!
While it would not work withe any keyboard keys assigned for PTT, when I selected the Right Mouse Button it worked perfectly!
Thanks all for your help.
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