When using the Ps4 controller, for some reason the Joystick 0 Axis 4- keeps being input. I tried 2 different Ps4 controllers and several different usb ports to make sure it wasn’t a hardware issue. I’ve tried restarting Citra, unplugging the controller and nothing fixes it. I just think there is a problem in the code.
I’m not quiet sure how but I fixed it…
Yeah, this is a known issue. You must configure your controller manually, using the old INI editing method.
If you have problems with using any of these configs, please reply and tell us what Method, OS, Controller, config and version of Citra you used. Please make absolutely clear if it DID or did NOT work.
Also if you have your own configuration files for other controllers, that’d be awesome.
How to Configure your controller
If you have never ran Citra: Run Citra for the first time so it generates a configuration file
If you have Citra running: Quit it now. Citra has to be closed for the next few…
There is actually another solution that works really well, if you are using DS4windows, just check that box in the settings:
That will hide the DS4 controller for the system, letting windows think you have an xbox 360 controller.
The Joystick 0 Axis 4- is the gyroscope, which detects movement, as the xbox 360 controller doesn’t have one, problem solved