If a game pad that supports DirectInput is connected, ensata will give priority to and acquire that input.
The default values can be changed. The Key Configuration dialog is opened by selecting "Key Configuration" from "Setting" in the menu.
Pressing the Default button restores the default settings above. To customize the settings, press and hold down the key and click on the button using the mouse to assign that feature to that key.
For example, to assign the A Button for NITRO to the PC enter key , open the Key Configuration dialog, press and hold down the PC enter key while clicking on the "A" Button in the Key Configuration dialog. It is the same for a game pad.
Also, if no key is pressed when a key configuration dialog button is pressed, then the key allocation set for that NITRO button is cancelled.
To allocate analog key input, move the analog key in the desired direction while the Key Configuration dialog is opened. In addition, when a direction for the +Control Pad has been assigned to NITRO for hat key input, all other directions will be automatically determined .
Thresholds can be set to customize analog key input. Click on the Edit Button on the Key Configuration dialog to input the threshold values. Click on the Edit Button again to finish inputting the threshold values.
To customize other keys, repeat this procedure. When finished, click on the
OK Button to apply the settings.
Be aware that keys that operate as a toggle (e.g., CapsLock) cannot be allocated. Each button in the Key Configuration dialog has an indicator that shows the status of currently allocated keys.
- Key is not being pressed
- Key is being pressed
When keys that operate as toggles are allocated, the indicator light will remain lit even after the key is released.
When the Key Configuration dialog opens in ensata, a key scan is performed and if any keys that are always on are detected, those keys cannot be selected.
Note: There are no analog key inputs on the Nintendo DS system.