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When I try to run the joystick controls in RVW, it tells me "Joystick not equipped"...then on one of the forum topics, it says to control the robot in RVW we need to use the Logitech joystick...is there a difference with what the real world robots use and the RVW?

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Tue Nov 15, 2011 1:57 pm
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i have the same issue but i have a logitech dual action pad.... is there a fix for this?


Thu Nov 17, 2011 5:15 pm
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The Logitech dual action pad is what I'm using currently at my work station.
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The one I am using is the Logitech Gamepad F310. That is the one suggested by Jesse. Do you see any issues using this one?


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As long as the joystick is in the "D" mode on the back, it should be good to go.

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Try clicking on the drop down list and pressing "refresh list", that usually works for me.


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Is it possible to use a PS3 controller via USB?


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cloud 203 has got a good question. I have a NPlay game controller that is made for ps3 and as i tried it on with robot C, it is recognised but the quares on top of the image are yellow and they do not move neither does the NXT im trying to controle with a sample program. By looking at the instructions (help tab) i noticed the squares are supose to move and should be green... but mine arn't. are yours?
can someone help?
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At this time only the Logitech Joysticks are formally supported. Other joysticks may pass the values through, but may be "mapped" very differently.

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So... Logitech "D" Dual action Gamepad?

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Yes. Here's a link to the latest version of the controller: http://mobile.logitech.com/en-us/produc ... 0?crid=713

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