Map Your Gamepad Buttons With Keyboard, Mouse, or Macros/Scripts Using AntiMicroX in Linux

Brief AntiMicroX is a GUI tool to map your gamepad with your keyboard mouse or custom macrosscripts in Linux. Let8217s take a closer look at it.

Gaming peripherals on Linux do not have a great reputation but we do have some interesting open source tools that can make things easier for you. For instance I8217ve previously covered a tool Piper which lets you configure your gaming mouse.

This time let me introduce you to an exciting open source tool that lets you utilize your game pad by mapping it to your keyboard mouse scripts or macros.

In this article I8217ll mention why you might need it and its key features to help you know more about it.

Of course this isn8217t for everyone but an open source GUI tool for something useful why not.

Maybe you have a system that you utilize for media consumption or as a media server on Linux. Or maybe you want to use a desktop application using your gamepad. .


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