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InputMapper 1.6

Currently the most widely used version of InputMapper considered feature complete, however is being phased out in favor of InputMapper 1.7 which is more modern and stable and has less issues with Windows 10 and exclusive mode.

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InputMapper 1.7

The most up to date branch of the InputMapper project. Features expanded support for even more input and output devices, better HidGuardian integration, more modern virtual game pad drivers using ViGEm, and much more.

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Adding keyboard macros with the ability to record directly from input including timing. Bug found in mapping connectors fro kb/m mappings, fix coming this week. The beta website's donation system is in place and ready, donations made on the new site will update the accounts on the new site.

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IMG 20181028 111959 2New toy to test possible incorporation to IM just arrived, the Magic-NS! This little gadget I got off Amazon can expose your DS3 and Nintendo Switch controllers to your PC and early testing shows it does so over normal HID meaning integration into IM 1.7 is as simple as writting the plugin. This possibly also means 3rd party PS4 controllers and pro controllers will also be compatible!

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More news on this to come in Tuesdays check-in!

Functionality is near complete for mapping connectors, UI is MUCH cleaner while simultaneously now being able to support more options when mapping. Some final UI polishing is needed as well as re-adding all the previous mapping functionality back in as connectors then I will be sending it out for testing!

The change from FastMember to Dictionary lookup is complete, and it went smoother and faster than I expected with noticeable boosts in performance! All that is left is some basic housekeeping and I can release the next nightly build that makes use of it while I begin to work on my vision for a better mapping process.