Help test the new Gamepad object!

    ps3 controller (via USB) you need to install a driver. i've used motionjoy. but it won't pick up using the gamepad test.

    Unless there's something i'm doing wrong.

    Oh and thanks Velojet, any chance you could test Chrome 18 too?

    I've just installed Chrome 18.0.1025.11 beta-m and ...

    Nothing. Not a peep from my Logtech Dual Action. <img src="smileys/smiley6.gif" border="0" align="middle" />

    I popped back over to Firefox Nightly and it was still in perfect working order there.

    I disconnected and reconnected the gamepad. Still nothing from the Chrome beta.

    Oh well. No result is still an experimental result.

    Windows 7 - 64-Bit

    Firefox Nightly Build.

    Gamepad 0 ID: 45e-2a1-Controller (Xbox 360 Wireless Receiver for Windows)

    Button 0: A

    Button 1: B

    Button 2: X

    Button 3: Y

    Button 4: L Shoulder

    Button 5: R Shoulder

    Button 6: Select

    Button 7: Start

    Button 8: Left Stick Button

    Button 9: Right Stick Button

    Axis 0: Left Analog X

    Axis 1: Left Analog Y

    Axis 2: L/R Triggers

    Axis 3: Right Analog X

    Axis 4: Right Analog Y

    Axis 5: D-Pad X

    Axis 6: D-Pad Y

    I'll try my xperia play for mobile gaming experience :p

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    I wish I could copy pasted the text... oh well...

    OpenSuse 12.1, Chrome 19.0.1036.7 (dev):

    ID: DragonRise inc.

    Generic USB Joystick

    (Vendor: 0079 Product: 0006)

    C2 = My Joystick

    Button 0 = 1

    Button 1 = 2

    Button 2 = 3

    Button 3 = 4

    Button 4 = L1

    Button 5 = R1

    Button 6 = L2

    Button 7 = R2

    Button 8 = Select

    Button 9 = Start

    Button 10 = Left stick click

    Button 11 = Right stick click

    Axis 0 = Left stick (-100 = L, 100 = R)

    Axis 1 = Left Stick (-100 = U, 100 = D)

    Axis 2 = ? It activates sometimes in combination with either stick o.O

    Axis 3 = Right stick (-100 = L, 100 = R)

    Axis 4 = Right Stick (-100 = U, 100 = D)

    Axis 5 = D-pad (-100 = L, 100 = R)

    Axis 6 = D-pad (-100 = U, 100 = D)

    I tried my PS2 Dual Shock connected via a GAME usb adapter.

    Chrome: No go.

    Firefox:

    c12-5-PS Vibration Feedback Converter

    Button 0: Triangle (Windows recognizes as Button 1)

    Button 1: Circle (Windows recognizes as Button 2)

    Button 2: X (Windows recognizes as Button 3)

    Button 3: Square (Windows recognizes as Button 4)

    Button 4: L2 (Windows recognizes as Button 5)

    Button 5: R2 (Windows recognizes as Button 6)

    Button 6: L1 (Windows recognizes as Button 7)

    Button 7: R1 (Windows recognizes as Button 8)

    Button 8: Select (Windows recognizes as Button 9)

    Button 9: L3 (Windows recognizes as Button 10)

    Button 10: R3 (Windows recognizes as Button 11)

    Button 11: Start (Windows recognizes as Button 12)

    Axis 0: Left Stick (Left: -100 Right: 100) / D-Pad Left: -100 Right: 100 with analog off.

    Axis 1: Left Stick (Up: -100 Down: 100) / D-Pad Up: -100 Down: 100 with analog off.

    Axis 2: Right Stick (Up: -100 Down: 100)

    Axis 3: Not used

    Axis 4: D-Pad Left: -100 Right: 100 with analog on-

    Axis 5: Right Stick (Left: -100 Right: 100) / D-Pad Up: -100 Down: 100 with analog on.

    Did anybody tried to plug in a rockband/guitar hero controller and see what's showing up ?

    PS3 Controller using MotionInJoy PS3 setup (MotionInjoy uses PS2 setup for PS3 controllers by default):

    Buttons:

    0: Triangle

    1: Circle

    2: Cross

    3: Square

    6: L1

    7: R1

    8: Select

    9: Start

    10: L3

    11: R3

    12: PS

    Axes:

    0: Left Stick X

    1: Left Stick Y

    ill check the axes for the right stick x & y, L2/R2, d-pad x & y, and Sixaxis left/right and front/back tommorow. ill also check on chrome.

    Hummm My PS3 Controller is just a plug and play on XP. No need to Download any driver Window does everything for me. Well Test When I have time " 2bz " doing life thing at the moment. But this is a great leap great to hear this.

    But Still waiting for Audio Spectrum API to be cross browser. "Sorry for off topic"

    Tested a plug and play Gamer Gamepad, (ps2 style):

    <img src="http://www.leadership.com.br/imgs/grd/1022_g.jpg" border="0" />

    Chrome 19 : Nothing

    Firefox 13 : Nothing :

    GameStop branded (got it used ;), Model #BB-070, seems to replicate a 360 controller exactly. (As it was intended.

    Gamepad - ID: e6f-201-TSZ360 Pad (Controller)

    Button 0: A

    Button 1: B

    Button 2: X

    Button 3: Y

    Button 4: Left shoulder button

    Button 5: Right shoulder button

    Button 6: Back

    Button 7: Start

    Button 8: Left analog button

    Button 9: Right analog button

    Axis 0: Left analog stick X axis

    Axis 1: Left analog stick Y axis

    Axis 2: Shoulder triggers (left up to 100, right down to -100)

    Axis 3: Right analog stick X axis

    Axis 4: Right analog stick Y axis

    Axis 5: D-pad left and right

    Axis 6: D-pad up and down

    Tested a plug and play Gamer Gamepad, (ps2 style):

    Chrome 19 : Nothing

    Firefox 13 : Nothing :

    Did you try firefox nightly .zip that was linked to in the OP? That is known to have gamepad support enabled.

    Bump on this thread.

    Ashley are there current beta versions of browsers we can use to test the gamepad object ?

    What's the methodology now in April ?

    I'd like to test a mayflash arcade stick.

    Gamepad 0 ID: e8f-3013-USB GamePad

    <img src="http://lh4.googleusercontent/public/WRV_J9z82-CPjd89Ters4fdOrZTHRWqGujdmcs950DjuvUo7WRsE112R8wmCML4bm7aoKV33P8oFkmovW5dD80rrfGzCSBDU1522Ld7vKS28tneZYQUCJ6C9o7mKliMY8HxBJwOkSMp7bK8-GZ1tLGPzkFgqEA" border="0" />

    Mayflash USB SNES Controller Adapter

    FireFox:

    Axis 0: Left, Right

    Axis 1: Up, Down

    Button 1: X

    Button 2: A

    Button 3: B

    Button 4: Y

    Button 6:

    Button 7:

    Button 8: L

    Button 9: R

    Didn't work in Chrome, although I may have gotten something wrong, I don't normally use it. I think I downloaded the latest Beta. The About says it's up to date at 19.0.1084.24.

    Mine was the same as Velojet:

    Windows 7 - Firefox Nightly

    Gamepad 0 ID: 46d-c216-Logitech Dual Action

    The Y axis of the right joystick is in Axis 5. I had to modify the following line in the Gamepad plugin's runtime file, to have the Y right axis work with my Logitech in Firefox Nightly:

         var win_ff_lda_axes    = [0, 1, 2, 3, [14, 15], 3, 3]; //the last element is now 3, which means the raw axis 5 should be translated to right axis Y

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