Stick and Trigger zones
reWASD differentiates four zones for analog controls: Deadzone, Low, Medium and High zones. Part of the functionality is available with Basic license or with a 14-day trial, and the other part is available with Advanced Mapping feature.
Starting with reWASD 5.3, we have added an option to see the value on the Zone sliders. To see the value, please put the cursor on the slider. This will help to tune the settings even more precisely.
Starting with reWASD 5.5, we have implemented the Manual settings for all the sliders in reWASD. To activate the field, please click the wrench icon near the slider you wish to customize, then enter the desired value, and click it again to close the field.
Deadzone — grey-colored zone — is a zone of analog control, where nothing happens. This can be helpful, if your analog controls are too tight (lessen the deadzone to make the control more responsive) or if the control is too sensitive (make the deadzone bigger to avoid the accidental actions).
Affect gamepad behavior for games permits applying the chosen deadzone for the stick used as a stick (or trigger used as a trigger), and doesn't affect any other mappings.
Low (green-colored), Medium (yellow-colored), High (red-colored) zones are just conditional zones, where you can assign mappings.
Note, that since reWASD 5.2.2 you can assign Rumble, Combo, Turbo and Toggle to the zones of sticks and triggers. Toggle mappings can only be assigned to High zones.
Stick Zones settings
Zone Shape — choose the shape for Stick zones, it can be Radial or Elliptic. You can tune all three zones with the sliders of corresponding colors below.
Since reWASD 5.5, we have added an option to add mappings to Stick zones for different directions. Choose the needed Direction (All, Left, Right, Up, Down options are available), then pick the Zone and add a mapping, combo or rumble To it. The mappings will be shown on the image with Stick zones.
Trigger Zones settings
Trigger Zones settings permit to change Low, Medium and High zones range, and set mappings to ones.
After you are done, click Back on the top of the left list of settings to return to the main view.