First post, by StarfireTBT
Some dos games have a Joystick calibration screen before they start. In this screen you usually need to move the joystick to the center, top left, and back to center. I have found dos games have trouble recognizing my Thrustmaster T-Flight Stick X, however I have found a program called "Antimicro" which allows me to associate the joystick to either mouse, keyboard, or both inputs allowing me to get around this.
The trouble I run into is while I can leave the joystick in the center or move it to the top left I can't find an option using Antimicro to interpret no movement of the joystick to return to center. This causes my joystick calibration to be severely off. Is there a way to either disable the calibration screen or does anybody either know how to program antimicro to accurately mimic a joystick? Or for that matter does anybody have any alternatives to Antimicro that works better?