Hi all. I've recently broken up my old controller, which had its own sensitivity configuration, and replaced it with a different one. They are both xbox 360 compatible controllers. The problem is that I'm now experiencing bigger deadzones on the analog stick than before. I already tried modifying both tennis.ini and ITST.ini (yes, I play with ITST mod) files, setting joydeadzone value to 0.1 and eventually 0, but it didn't work. The problem is quite strange, since windows default driver detects every minimal movement, and if it was a problem with the game, I would have had the same problem with my old controller. Any workaround? Does the game do a discrimination versus some kinds of controllers, setting higher deadzones? I installed the most common custom drivers (xbcd, x360ce, morii japanese drivers) but they don't seem to work. And my old controller was working with default windows drivers too.
Thanks in advance for any help!