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Map Keyboard/Mouse Input To Your Gamepad With AntiMicro

AntiMicro is an application that can be used to map keyboard and mouse keys to gamepad buttons, useful for playing games with no gamepad support.The application, written in C++ using Qt for the graphical framework, has been created as a replacement for QJoyPad which unfortunately is no longer being maintained.AntiMicro features controller stick support, 8-way controls, virtual Dpad support, profiles that can be loaded via command line and more.Compared to QJoyPad, the application comes with some extra features like assigning multiple keys to one controller button (for example Shift+Tab to bring up the Steam overlay interface in a game), macros for button presses which lets you add conditional actions, change button configurations on the fly and there’s also a tray icon that works under Unity. Furthermore, AntiMicro has better mouse movement support.Basic usageTo assign a keyboard or mouse key to gamepad buttons, press a button on your gamepad and the corresponding button in the AntiMicro user interface should be highlighted:Then, click the highlighted button from the AntiMicro user interface and assign it to a keyboard or mouse key:You can also click the “Quick set” button at the bottom of the AntiMicro window, then

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