JoyToKey English Version
About this softwareThis software is a keyboard emulator for
It converts joystick input into keyboard input (and mouse input).
Use it when you want to control an application with joysticks that doesn't
support joystick input. If you wish, you can control even Word, Excel, etc. with
- Configuration for maximum 16 joysticks.
(6 axes, 2 POV switches and 32
buttons for each joystick)
- Multiple configuration files
You can make many configuration files and
choose it at any time.
- Support for many useful features...
- Automatic shooting of buttons
- Mouse emulation (including wheel input)
- "Adjust mouse movements" function
When it's pressed, mouse
movement(or wheel rotation) becomes faster (or slower).
- "Switch to the other configuration file" function
You can switch to and
activate the other configuration file with the button which is assigned to
- "Use the setting of other joystick number temporarily"
(Something like "shift" command of SNESKey. For example, you may
usually use joystick1 for keyboard emulation, but during this button being
pressed, joystick3's configuration (that emulates mouse or something) will
temporarily be used. Note that joystick3 is not a real joystick, it's a
virtual device to .)
- JoyToKey now supports some applications using DirectInput.
under Windows 2000 or later environment (including XP))
- Choosing L-Shift, R-Shift, L-Ctrl, ... from the list, you can make a
distinction between left and right keys. (However, be careful to select
L-Shift or R-Shift or (normal) Shift! You have to choose the correct one for
- Support for POV switches.
- Support for "Switch to the other configuration file" function.
- The configuration file can be easily selected and switched to at task
tray menu, without opening and activating JoyToKey window.
- The firstly activated configuration file can now be specified by command
line option at start up time.
- Analog stick can be configured in detail by modifying JoyToKey.ini file
directly. Please read Readme.txt file for the detailed information.
bug-fixed (runnnig iconified at startup time,
Automatic shooting support for mouse's button
Big bug was fixed. So you should download this version if
you have older one.
Screenshots showing simple configuration exampleNormally "Joystick 1" controlls some MS-DOS game.
When "Button 5" is
pressed, "Joystick 3"'s configuration (that seems to emulate function keys and
automatic shooting of cursor keys) will temporarily be used.
When "Button 6" is
pressed, "Joystick 4"'s configuration will temporarily be used, so it emulates
mouse movements, wheel rotation etc.