Author Topic: Buttons work, but motion doesn't  (Read 4889 times)

Offline tjuwin

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on: October 10, 2009, 04:51:13 PM
•Operating System: Windows Vista 64bit
•Bluetooth Stack: Widcomm (I think. How to check what kind of stack my computer is using? I am using Widcomm drivers)
•Bluetooth Stack version: Driver version is 6.2.0.5800
•Connection Method using: Bluetooth (of course)
•Detailed description of what happens: Connection and pairing goes on fine. Wii remote is succesfully connected. Buttons on the remote work and I can do clicks. But the motion doesn't work. I tried using 2 candles and home made sensor bar, but both options didn't work. Am I missing something? Why is the motion data, not getting from the remote into Glovepie?
•A screen dump of your device manager (Bluetooth Devices & Human Interface Devices expanded)

Glovepie script is also attached
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Reply #1 on: October 10, 2009, 05:50:59 PM
tjuwin
Test connection with JCL's Wiimote IWB app if IR tracking works then the problem is your script. If it doesn't work with JCL's try Boonjin Smoothboard if it does work then you have a Wumote, you'll need to speak to Carl K to see if he plans to support Wumotes. IF id doesn't work in eather then you have Bluetooth stack conflict I'll need more info to help.

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Reply #2 on: October 14, 2009, 02:19:35 PM
Thanks a lot buddy. It worked with IWB. So, I now know it is my script. I used several scripts available on the internet to use my Wiimote as a mouse. But none of them worked. So, how do I know what is the correct variable to be used?