Once you have downloaded your controller, you may be a bit overwhelmed by the number of files associated with your controller. However, there is really no need to worry here as the only file that you will need to focus on is the “OnScreenVirtualJoystickController.exe”. This is the file that you will need to open to access your controller.
You need to remember to download your necessary drivers.
Once you have opened your controller, you should see a screen that looks like this; assuming that you have already entered your license key.
The “Tools” section will give you two different options. The first one being the option to turn on the voice controller and the second option is to allow you to select which type of controller you would like to use.
You can experiment with which controller you like the best. If you have any problems with any of the controllers feel free to post your question in our Q&A section. Note: You must define the tablet controller before you can use it.
The “Settings” section allows you to redefine the buttons and axes of your controllers and define your voice commands. You will most likely only need to redefine the buttons and axes of your controllers if you are playing a game that does not allow you to change your controls. The “Settings” section is also home to the “Option” tab. Here is where you can setup the tablet controller to use. Note: you cannot use two of the same controllers. The other features of the “Option”/”Joystick Button Configuration” tab will be explained at the bottom of this manual.
To define your voice commands, it is quite simple. Go to your “Joystick Button Configuration” tab, under the “Option” section, and then go to the “Voice Controller” option. Here you can type in the word that you want to associate with a button, and then choose the button that you want it associated to. Note: do not use any capital letters when typing what you want to associate with a button.