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Here is a Full Swift Point Z setup for Star Citizen. - My First working system. I will think carefully about Deep Press options and play with this Config Some.

Deep press is still another new function for me to learn

*I am not using the Flight Pad attachment in this configuration*


Included File is a Control layout for Star Citizen. -= Put here - Star Citizen\StarCitizen\LIVE\USER\Controls\Mappings


Lower Side Button - Hold and Pivot - Roll while in flight mode

In coupled mode -Tilt forward to Strafe up , Tilt back to strafe down (tilt left to strafe left , right for right)

In decoupled mode - Tilt forward and back is Strafe forwards and backwards. (everything else is the same)

Side buttons are Shields Front , Shields Rear (edge buttons Front and Back)

Buttons ontop of main buttons , Shields Left , Shields Right

Upper left , Push , Shields topside , Pull Shields Underside ( Not Implemented in game Yet)

Upper Right Push - Reset Shields

Upper Right Pull - Re-calibrate axis's

Upper Side button - Push to Talk

LCD , Force Description.

Nothing bound to deep presses.


Settings are modified simple controls for star citizen load out.

Decouple Toggle - O

Match Velocity of target - P

E.S.P Toggle - K

Gimble Lock Toggle - L


What's New in Version 1.1.0   See changelog


Tweaked the Min ranges , seems stable enough to maintain Afterburner speed now

Added the Game File Control Config.
there are bugs in the the config import System in the game.

Replace your actionmaps.xml with this one .

in this folder

\Star Citizen\StarCitizen\LIVE\USER\Profiles\default


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when this is imported it replaces all global settings is there a work around for this or is that just due to the way you created the profile and exported it?



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I understand now. I need to put
1. "layout_Zpoint-Swift_exported.xml" file into "...StarCitizen\LIVE\USER\Controls\Mappings"
2. "actionmaps.xml" file into "...StarCitizen\LIVE\USER\Profiles\default"

If anybody would like a copy of that profile but without "replacing all global settings", here you are - grab attached file, begin import, select this file, when you will be asked for "Select profiles to import" select only "Star Citizen" profile, press "Ok".

Star Citizen separated.spcf

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