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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-01-2020, 04:06 PM - Thread Starter
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How to custom mouse click switches to ps4 triggers

How could I customize a mouse to be similar to this picture ? I know how to solder but how could I replace two switches (right and left click) to four buttons (all the triggers of a controller)
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Well you need two additional inputs, and the easiest way to get that is to take them from somewhere else, like thumb buttons or dpi buttons(requires they be remappable to the function you want them to have).

You also need some mechanical design and prototyping ability, to cut out a section of the existing buttons to fit the mechanism for the trigger buttons. Maybe measure all the switch mechanism dimensions of an actual controller, and replicate that with a 3d printer, adding a way to mount it inside your mouse.

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Just curious, did you actually want the new buttons, or just that input from the controller? Cuz you can use software like reWASD for that.

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