Files posted by Bryce
This profile has been modified to allow you to edit the outputs on the left mouse buttons press and release.
It uses a nested left button input which is set to act as left click, but unlike the base left button input this can be edited.
This is a relatively simple profile we used for some early testing with PUBG.
Left Finger Tip = Crouch and 50% Deep click = Prone
Left trigger push = Reload
Left Trigger Pull = Switch to and throw grenade
Right trigger Push = Free Look
Right Trigger Pull = Reset Tilt Angles
Rear Edge Button = Map
Front Edge Button = Inventory
Tilt Left 1.7° = Lean Left
Tilt Right 1.7° = Lean Right
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
This is a simple profile for WoW (or other MMOs) which can be used to quickly assign a full Action Bar worth of skills to the Z.
It uses an Alt modifier with the numbers keys from 1 to =/+, so should not interfere with any default keybinds, and by combining your mouse buttons with Ctrl and Shift modifiers, three full action bars worth of skills can quickly be accessed without moving a finger off WASD (Or four if you're comfortable holding Shift and Ctrl together).
Also included is a version with tilt to assigned to Ctrl and Shift modifiers, if you want to have access to three full actions bars directly from the Z.
Input World of Warcraft World of Warcraft + Tilt Bottom Thumb Alt+1 Alt+1 Top Thumb Alt+2 Alt+2 Left Trigger Push Alt+3 Alt+3 Right Trigger Push Alt+4 Alt+4 Left Fingertip Alt+5 Alt+5 Right Fingertip Alt+6 Alt+6 Rear Edge Alt+7 Alt+7 Front Edge Alt+8 Alt+8 Left Trigger Pull Alt+9 Alt+9 Right Trigger Pull Alt+0 Alt+0 Left Fingertip Deep Click 50% Alt+- Alt+- Right Fingertip Deep Click 50% Alt+= Alt+= Tilt Left Ctrl Tilt Right Shift Middle Mouse + Right Trigger Pull Re-zero Tilt Angles
This is a blank profile which has been modified manually to enable pivot outputs without a parent input.
These pivot settings can currently only be viewed and edited in "All Mappings"; as the driver does not have a separate pivot category.
Details on how you can add outputs like these to an existing profile can be found in the thread below.
Description: This profile solves a problem with our initial Witcher 3 Deep-click setup which used a tap on release for fast attacks.
Because it only used a tap, the special attack Whirl was inaccessible later on in the game. To correct this we have used a slight delay with a Shift Modifier to allow both fast and strong attacks to be held down. Thus allowing the use of both Rend and Whirl using only the left mouse button.
Setup: Bind "Mouse Button 5" to attack in the Witcher 3 and "Left Shift" as "Modify Attack Type".