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Thanks ^_^ 

You've uncovered my master plan: plunge my users into bugs head first and clean up the mess later >:} haha.   For real though, I'll have to look into how Godot handles XInput itself and that should mitigate a lot of controller support problems.  

Wow that's evil. what kind of monster would allow this to happen in his game D: lol well I'm not sure honestly why it's not working right for you in Linux Mint...that's based on Ubuntu so if it works in Ubuntu it should be fine in Mint, unless Mint does something different with controller input.  The wonderful world of Linux hardware support :D

Sorry for missing the info in your last post, my brain completely did not register that info at all haha.  Thanks for that link though! The fact that it's wireless might be the thing then; I haven't done any testing for any quirks of wireless controllers.  I just wanted to get this game out after the jam I missed with it lol.

The reason for that was the schedule, I like eating and not dehyrdating ;_; lol

Of course I did, no evil genius can outsmart the Mystery Team, now Scooby-Doo, catch him and I you'll get a Scooby-snack!

I don't think the issue comes from my controller since my controller is perfectly recognized and supported by other games.

But then again, you tested your game with your own controllers and you had no issue...

Hmm... My controller works flawlessly with other games and your game works flawlessly with your controllers so it hard to tell from where comes the issue...

Well, since my controller is so amazing, there is no doubt you want one for yourself and since I am nice, I gave you a link to order one (or more if you want some for your friends too) so you will be able to test your game with my controller soon enough, I'm sure of it. ;-3

Ufufu, you make fun of Linux hardware support but learn that I didn't need a single driver to get Linux Mint fully recognize and support my controller.

With Windows, if you don't install the driver provided on the CD provided with the controller, Windows has no idea what is this foreign body that you just plugged in. :-3

So I would say Linux Mint hardware support is much more efficient than this dumb-ass Windows. :-3

Yeah, that is because my controller was made by the Silences, you know, these beings in Doctor Who that as soon as they are no more in your field of view, you completely forget that you saw them, this is why you forgot the name of my controller as soon as you read it, hehehe.

Moreover, if you are out of money, it is because you ordered 250 controllers because each time that you ordered one, you forgot it so you ordered one again and again. :-3

Do as I do, eat on your desk so you don't need to get off your PC! ;-)

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Hey, I tested the new version 1.0.3 of the game in Linux Mint, here is my feedback about it.

I can now save the mother with the LB button of my controller, but the game still doesn't show the controller buttons to press, it keeps showing the keyboard binds so we still have to try every button on the controller to find which one is the right.

The start menu now responds to controller but now the controller can't even display the in-game menu anymore.

So some issues are now solved, some issues remain unsolved, and some new issues have arisened.

Getting a game to work alright sure seems difficult but don't give up. :-3


Okay I also tested in Windows now.

The game fully supports my controller now, it responds in menus and in game, there is no more controller issue in Windows now, congratulations. ;-)