Release EDRefCard - makes a printable reference card of your controller bindings

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Anyway, was wondering if you could add support for this controller: https://www.nacongaming.com/actualites/revolution-unlimited-pro-controller-for-ps4-a-new-revolution-is-coming/

I get this error on the page when using it: "You have a device that is not supported at this time. Please report details of your device by following the link at the bottom of this page supplying the reference "wwelwc" and we will attempt to add support for it."

It's an Xbox style controller for the PS4. It doesn't need to have it's own image or anything.
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Yep, adding a new DeviceID to a family with an existing graphic and the same button IDs is very straightforward. Please upload your config to <https://beta.edrefcard.info>, supplying a description so that it is saved, and let me know the resulting URL. I can take it from there.
 
Here is the URL: https://beta.edrefcard.info/binds/kmthyy

I use a Logitech X-56 for flight. The gamepad is only used for SRV controls.

Thanks!
Got it. Turns out that I had mis-read the code and adding a new DeviceID to a family wasn't as straightforward as it first appeared (yay undocumented legacy code).

Despite my efforts to tame the codebase and add unit tests, it is at heart a Python script that massively outgrew its initial purpose. There are no classes or other organisation, just a mess of badly named dictionaries.

I hope to sort out the immediate issues, but it I am sensing that it may be time to see if another dev can take the ideas behind the code and implement it better.
 
Here is the URL https://beta.edrefcard.info/binds/xkqfxn (URL updated)

I am using a CH Pro Throttle and a Logitech Wingman Extreme joystick (in my binds file as Device="046DC207").

This is an image of the joystick
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Button 1 is the trigger, button 2/3 is left of the HAT, button 4/5 is right of the HAT (2 and 5 are the top of each pair), button 6 is on the corner of the base, button 7 is between 6 and the stick. The HAT makes up the rest of the buttons. The stick has X,Y, twist(Z) and a throttle-like axis (RXAxis).
 
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Hi everyone, I hope you are all good and safe. I wanted to use this wonderful tool but it say that my controller is not supported. I have a wireless Xbox one controller. I'm sorry if this as been posted before. I would gladly like to use this tool. Thank you and take care. : )
 
Hi everyone, I hope you are all good and safe. I wanted to use this wonderful tool but it say that my controller is not supported. I have a wireless Xbox one controller. I'm sorry if this as been posted before. I would gladly like to use this tool. Thank you and take care. : )
Hmm I would have expected a wireless XBox One controller to be already supported. Please create a persistent save, by supplying some text in the description field, and let me know the resulting URL for the saved config. From that I should be able to extract the device ID and get it properly mapped.
 
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