About This File
This mapping file has two profiles which bind all of the Z's buttons to numpad keys. One with tilt, and the other without.
It's similar to the default gaming profiles, but has wider compatibility compared to the joystick outputs used in the default profiles.
This is often a good place to start with a gaming profile, as instead of having to go into the game, look at its keybinds then go back into the driver to assign the appropriate keys; you can do all the basic configuration within the game itself. Then use sub-profiles to add more advanced game specific configuration; deep clicks, button combinations, macros etc.
A side benefit of using numpad keys on the Z is that you will often be freeing up keyboard keys close to WASD so they can be used for other functions. For example using Num 9 and 0 for lean in PUBG/R6:Siege frees up the easily accessible Q and E keys for other important functions. Allowing you to further optimize your keyboard mappings too.
|Input||Gaming||Gaming + Tilt|
|Left Fingertip||Num 1||Num 1|
|Right Fingertip||Num 2||Num 2|
|Left Trigger Push||Num 3||Num 3|
|Right Trigger Push||Num 4||Num 4|
|Left Trigger Pull||Num 5||Num 5|
|Right Trigger Pull||Num 6||Reset Angles|
|Rear Edge||Num 7||Num 7|
|Front Edge||Num 8||Num 8|
|Tilt Right||Num 9|
|Tilt Left||Num 0|
What's New in Version 1.0.1 See changelog
Disabled "Tilt Auto Zeroing" on tilt profile.
For best tilt performance pull the right trigger when your mouse is flat on your desk when you start playing to ensure your tilt angles are zeroed correctly.