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W3R3W00F

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4th May, 2010 at 05:10:00 -

The Joystick 2 object supposedly supports rumble, but I can't get it to work at all with either of my controllers; a wireless Xbox 360 controller, and a wired DualShock 2 controller.

How do I get it to activate the rumble feature? I'm 100% stumped... :C

Thanks in advance!

Edit: Agh, strange grammar! D:

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4th May, 2010 at 18:14:40 -

Does the software that comes with the controllers allow for rumble support? Make sure it is enabled there first.

 
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4th May, 2010 at 21:56:21 -

My Dualshock 2 USB adapter says it supports 4 types of force feedback, but my Xbox 360 wireless reciever doesn't mention anything about rumble support. It's made by Microsoft, so I think it does somehow. I think.

 
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5th May, 2010 at 12:08:11 -

It does work, I've done it before with my xbox 360 controller. If your trying a custom rumble, then try out the soft/hard rumbles.

 
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6th May, 2010 at 05:08:31 -

Does your controller have a cord? That could make a difference. If not, could you post an example?

 
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