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    xbox controller support?

    I think what is being referred to here is using an analog stick for speed sensitive 'movement' controls to replace WASD, ie pushing the stick harder leads to faster movement; mouse pointer for aiming isn't being disputed here, though some may have a preference. Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
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    xbox controller support?

    Sorry to hijack this thread on the xbox controller, but I'm keenly interested to find out how easy it is to map the walking (wasd) directions with speed sensitivity to an analog controller. I was hoping to use my logitech g13 with it as it has an analog thumb stick. Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
  3. Hi, You are right about the mod list having the mods appended to it. I'm sorry about the confusion there. I just wanted to show that somehow the 'ca' mod was not found in the mod list. Earlier I had noticed that the steam included _runA2CO.bat had it. I also just tried again and found that by adding and removing the 'ca' mod to the mod list right after 'expansion', I could force the two logos or 1 logo to appear in the main menu. All other functionality appears to be the same as I can see the campaign missions from both Arma 2 and Arma 2 OA. I am just curious if there are any other differences. FYI, I generated this windows shortcut by selecting the "A2 Any - Vanilla" preset (which was empty in my case), followed by right-clicking to generate a desktop shortcut. The resulting shortcut had the following command target in my case: "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\arma 2 operation arrowhead\ArmA2OA.exe" -nosplash "-name=admin" "-mod=c:\program files (x86)\steam\steamapps\common\arma 2;expansion" Hope this helps. Or maybe it's just something interesting to note...
  4. Hi, I have Arma 2 CO (steam edition), and am trying to use Six Updater to create the correct windows shortcuts for easy launching. I found that regardless of whether if I set the profile to "Arma 2 (any)" or "Arma 2 CO (forced)", the start-up paramater for mods ends up like this: mods="<various mods>;<long path to Arma2>;expansion" On the other hand, I found that the original arma 2 CO batch file launches with: mods="<long path to Arma2>;expansion;ca" So my question is, what does the 'ca' do to the mod parameter and is it important? I noticed that the game's main menu will show Arma 2 and Arma 2 OA logo at the bottom left if 'ca' is included. Is there anything else to it? Should the "Arma 2 (any)" profile or "Arma 2 CO (forced)" include this (ca) as well? Thanks and best regards.