In this guide, we will take a look at the Deadzone fix for STAR WARS™: Squadrons players, using a Thrustmaster. If you want to skip the hassle of Vjoy and all other procedures listed in the HOTAS Deadzone Fix, you can follow this guide. This is a simpler workaround for the Deadzone.
Thrustmaster Deadzone Fix for STAR WARS™: Squadrons
Installing Thrustmaster Software
- Got to this link to download the Thrustmaster “T.A.R.G.E.T – Software”.
- After the application installation, Right-Click T.A.R.G.E.T GUI and run in Admin Mode.
Settings up Thrustmaster Joystick (Configuration)
- In the software at the top select NEW CONFIGURATION
- Input your preferred Name and Location. Choose the ADVANCED type.
- Select your Thrustmaster joystick to include in the profile.
- Set the JOYX and JOYY axis to DX_XROT_AXIS and DX_YROT_AXIS respectively.
- The reason for this is that the hard Deadzones in-game, don’t apply to rotational axis values.
How to Fix POV Hat Switch
- For some reason, the POV hat switch (usually used for changing power management in-game) doesn’t work by default
- You will notice this once you make a custom config in the TARGET software.
- To fix this, just bind the up, down, left, right switch directions manually.
- Save and run your config, then remap the pitch, yaw, and roll axis in-game
- Doing these will ensure that there are no Deadzone issues anymore!
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