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XBStart 2.1.9 stable - navigate Windows 8.1 with an Xbox controller


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Wow man, thanks for the major update, specially for the loading time. Seriously this app should be built into windows as it makes the controller so much useful.

 

I just want to point out one bug which is the scaling issue when windows is set at 125%. The help screen is not fully visible and some buttons and text are missing as shown in the below screenshot:

 

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Also if you can change the taskbar icon to a higher definition one as its a little pixelated

 

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Just some cosmetic changes, otherwise its a wonderful app. I am recommending all my friends to get it.

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mbushnaq00, on 27 Oct 2014 - 1:24 PM, said:

Wow man, thanks for the major update, specially for the loading time. Seriously this app should be built into windows as it makes the controller so much useful.

 

I just want to point out one bug which is the scaling issue when windows is set at 125%. The help screen is not fully visible and some buttons and text are missing as shown in the below screenshot:

 

2eoboyp.jpg

 

Thanks for the report. I'l try to fix that soon, but in the meantime you have to disable dpi scaling in xbstart.exe properties

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Thank you for this update !

 

Do you think you will add a drivers for use Xbox Chat Pad on Windows 8.1 ?

 

Again thank you for your work !

I'm sorry, but I don't own Chat Pad and I do not write drivers.

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Great!, I love this program, I only need to turn on the computer with the controller, could be achieved with this app?

It cannot be done with the wireless receiver which I only have. I'm not sure about the wired one. Anyway, any usb wake up event is controlled by the bios, not the software.

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Can you add an option to check the battery status? Like when its charging or in low power.

Implementing that feature is not a big deal, but first I need to know what is the advandage of it over the standard 4 led blinking when the battery is low.

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