Joysticker - A Scriptable Joystick to Keyboard Mapper
A downloadable tool
Checkout the successor to Joysticker: Joysticker Pro
Joysticker is a Lua-scriptable joystick to keyboard mapper that lets you use your joystick for games that don't support one. It can be used to map multiple joysticks (up to 16) to the keyboard. Operation is controlled by simple Lua scripts that tell the program which buttons/inputs to map to which keys.
- Try it out before donating to make sure it works on your system! Joysticker is Donation-Ware, so download it and try it out. If it works for your configuration and is useful to you, then please consider donating to show your support and encourage continued development.
- Joysticker has been tested with Windows 7, 8, and 10.
4/19/2016: Version 2.13
- Upgraded to Lua 5.3.2
- Internal libraries upgraded
5/20/2015: Version 2.12
- Joysticker now supports running a script via command line example: joysticker.exe myscript.lua
This allows one to configure Joysticker via a .bat file to automatically load and run a specific script upon startup.
2/26/2015: Version 2.11
- Upgraded internal library
- Added mouse button click emulation (Keys.LeftMouseBtn, Keys.RightMouseBtn, Keys.MiddleMouseBtn)
- Internal library upgrades
- Added a config script for RogueLight
8/16/2014: Version 2.03
- Fixed a bug with the MRU list that would try to load non-existent scripts
8/16/2014: Version 2.02
- Added Most recently used scripts list to the file menu
- Upgraded GUI framework
- Keys.lua had an error in the function key mappings
4/01/2014: Version 2.0
- Big rewrite. Added a GUI!
- Removed several Lua functions from user space
3/12/2014: Version 1.13
- Changed the icon
2/26/2014: Version 1.11
- Fixed an issue with arrow keys not being sent correctly. The arrow keys no longer depend on the state of NumLock.
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