Wiimote way to sensitive
#1
Hi,

I got the wiimote working on ubuntu 8.10 and the latest xbmc from ppa, but buttons are way to sensitive. In the menu under network -> eventclients i found two sensitivity values, but they don't seem to change anything. Not sure if they are related.
By the way I'm talking about the sensitivity of the buttons not mouse-emulation.

Any help would be appreciated

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#2
Hi, I have the same on Intrepid AMD64, much obliged for a solution..

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#3
hkp23 Wrote:Hi,

I got the wiimote working on ubuntu 8.10 and the latest xbmc from ppa, but buttons are way to sensitive. In the menu under network -> eventclients i found two sensitivity values, but they don't seem to change anything. Not sure if they are related.
By the way I'm talking about the sensitivity of the buttons not mouse-emulation.

Any help would be appreciated

Thanks

You mean if you hold it down it scrolls to fast?
They are hardcoded, personally I love them that fast Big Grin but at some point it should be recoded to use the ones found in GUI, atlantis+1 for sure.

However, for a fix:
Open WiiRemote.h and alter the 2 defines on row 42-43
Code:
#define WIIREMOTE_BUTTON_REPEAT_TIME 30               // How long between buttonpresses in repeat mode
#define WIIREMOTE_BUTTON_DELAY_TIME 500

The second is how long it takes before it is recognised as a held button.

Hopes this fixes your troubles.
Cheers,
Tobias
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#4
Hi, thanks I'll try that, but its not that it scrolls too fast when holding down the button. Its more that its next to impossible to move just one function down or upp(or to the side). Its so quick it jumps over items, to move just one step I need to hold the wiimote with my left hand and tap the up/down as quick as I can with my right index - then and only then I manage to move one step.



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#5
Uhm, never noticed that myself?

Could be interpid issue? You dont run x64 aswell?
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#6
if running x64, disabling the mouse pointer is the trick.

Code:
xbmc-wiiremote --disable-mouseemulation

Some things still act funny, can't remember what at the moment. It seems CWiid and x64 don't mix.

TheUni
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#7
I'm on x86 too and disabling mouseemulation did the trick

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#8
Thanks guys, Im on x64 and Im not really interested in using the mouse pointer anyway
so this is perfect!

Finally got the wiimote where I wanted it, been experimenting with this for some time..

Cheers
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