-setting up controller
-to move the mouse arrow, left and right click (for sure only in a wine window)
What does not
-my controllers were detected two times, but this isn't really a problem, because you can hide them wich are to much.
-an Problem with the font of the helptexts, so they are hard to read (click on copy text in the window an paste it into a write-program like kate.
-the autostart function (with wine in that case)
Keyboardemulation does only work sometimes:
-I tested with Prey, there it works sometime full, but mostly only partially, when i start the game
-in Steam it doesn't works
-with notepad it didn't work too
-and I tried the Steamversions of Sam and Max 101 and 201, there only the Escapekey had to work, but it didn't
What was not tested
-other Mouse functions (wheel, middleclick , 4. and 5. Mousebutton)
best compatibility with WindowsXP-Mode
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Ubuntu 9.10 "Karmic" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Apr 26 2010||1.0.1||N/A||Yes||Bronze||an anonymous user|
Tested it with a test program called KeyboardTest. It detects input for BIOS Key Code, but not for Windows Key Code. With a physical keyboard both signals are detcted.
And under an real WindowsXP it detects both signals from Xpadder.
According to an information from the Xpadder programmer, I think, that there is one/are some "input-emulation Windows API(s)" missing in Wine, that Xpadder needs for keyboard emulation.