> > Did they skip Win 7? It's recognized in Win10 by name. The shoulder buttons work as
> > combined axis, as they did back in the day. Let's see... pop in one of these CDs...
> > Not going to work with 64bit windows... OK, I'll need emulation.
> > Next one...
> > Oh, I remember this one... it checked for Windows95 and needed some effort to get
> > going even when new. It refuses to try in XP compat. mode, which is as far back as
> > can go without more work.
> > Maybe I'll get back to them.
> I was mostly kidding. If it gets detected in Windows 10, it'll only be as a generic
> gamepad. Whatever special functions those buttons may have won't work.
It's detected as a Gravis Xterminator Digital, the throttle controls all work as they are meant to in the device configuration calibration.
The Shift button... never did anything special without the Gravis software.
I haven't played a game that uses a gamepad at all in a while, so I haven't tried it in a game.