qjoypad

Translate input from gamepads or joysticks into keyboard strokes or mouse actions.

TLDR

Start QJoyPad

$ qjoypad
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Start QJoyPad and look for devices in a specific directory

$ qjoypad --device=[path/to/directory]
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Start QJoyPad but don't show a system tray icon

$ qjoypad --notray
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Start QJoyPad and force the window manager to use a system tray icon

$ qjoypad --force-tray
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Force a running instance of QJoyPad to update its list of devices and layouts

$ qjoypad --update
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Load the given layout in an already running instance of QJoyPad, or start QJoyPad using the given layout

$ qjoypad "[layout]"
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SYNOPSIS

qjoypad [--device "/device/path"] [--notray] ["layout name"]

DESCRIPTION

Program for mapping gamepad/joystick events to mouse/keyboard events

OPTIONS

-h, --help

Show summary of options.

--device

Look for joystick devices in "path". This should be something like "/dev/input" if your game devices are in /dev/input/js0, /dev/input/js1, etc.

--notray

Do not use a system tray icon. This is useful for window managers that don't support this feature.

--update

Force a running instance of QJoyPad to update its list of devices and layouts.

"layout name"

Load the given layout in an already running instance of QJoyPad, or start QJoyPad using the given layout.

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