320w ago - Raphael has updated JoySens, an analog sensitivity plugin for the PSP. This release adds a D-Pad / Analog swap function and provides a fix for analog sticks that completely deny to respond in one or two directions.
- Added a rescaling functionality to fix analog sticks that return too small values in either direction (hence
the analog stick wouldn't react in that direction)
- Added D-Pad/analog swapping
- Made plugin executable smaller by reverting to kernels libc and implementing a fake pow() function rather than linking libm
- Ensured compatibility with homebrew (actually needs the plugin enabled in game150.txt/game3xx.txt depending on the set kernel mode)
- Added FAQ.txt for some frequently asked questions.
- Fixed a minor bug that could cause the plugin and the PSP to crash when using the auto-center function
Raphael noted that two versions of the plug-in are included in the archive below - one for use with 3.71 M33 only and the other compatible with any 1.5 kernel-based firmware. If you're running 3.71 M33 with the 1.5 kernel patch, then install both versions.
321w ago - Raphael has updated to JoySens for 3.71 M33 CFW. JoySens is a plug-in that, for example, allows PSP users to to tweak the analog stick's sensitivity allowing for more precise movement while playing an FPS.
From the author: I found time today to update my second PSP to 3.71M33 and test a method for making JoySens 1.2 available under that firmware. For now it seems to work fine, but it is next to untested atm, so I cannot yet guarantee it to work 100%.
At least this should give the 3.71 users something to play with for the time being. I'm currently working (when I find a little time every then and when) on JoySens 1.3 which will provide some new features, like a fix for analog sticks which don't even scale the stick range correctly (getting results < 127 or > -127 even when analog stick is pushed to the extents).