The settings from that file pre-load your configuration when you choose the "Joystick" template under Manage Profiles... -> Add -> Step 2: Select a profile template for axis and buttons. Whatever is in that template will be your starting point for the profile you create. So basically all you are doing after that is specifying the executable name.Hypersonic wrote:You're refering to C:\Program Files\3Dconnexion\3DxWare\3DxWinCore32\Cfg\JoystickTemplate.xml ? Is there a button to press to load the values from this file?
Yes, at this time, it isn't anymore sophisticated than that.Hypersonic wrote:The import button seems to move xml files to C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\3Dconnexion\3DxWare\Cfg\
I suppose export moves from xml files from that directory.
Sure, you can do all that. They are just files. 3DxConfig doesn't allow that level of editing. I use notepad all the time to create new profiles that are close derivatives of another.Hypersonic wrote:What I'm thinking is just copying an xml file that has the settings I like, edit the <AppInfo> field, specifically <Name> and <ExecutableName> and rename the file to something I can identify it with, then put it in C:\Users\Username\AppData\Roaming\3Dconnexion\3DxWare\Cfg\
I don't see a way to edit the xml filename, <Name> and <ExecutableName> xml entries using 3dxWare, I can only edit those entries by using notepad.
That's the plan.Hypersonic wrote:Maybe there could be multiple <ExecutableName> entries in one xml file. The profile <Name> field could be something like 'Quakes', with say 2 <ExecutableName> of quake.exe and quake2.exe, for example.
Just a thought. Using templates and having an xml file for each executable would work fine too.
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