This old Atari magazine shows you how to make a lefty joystick

This old Atari magazine shows you how to make a lefty joystick

Now, companies would switch the wires for you and sell it for an extra $20!

Old-school key rebinding.

Just visit the Leftorium

At that point you should at least try to tear it apart and fix it, what do you have to lose?

Technically axis rebinding.

If only left handed screw drivers were easier to find.

ha

As in an arcade controller where you push the button with your right hand.

As in an where you push the button with your right hand.

Yeah, most joysticks are "left" handed. In the sense that buttons are pressed with hour right hand. I don't know anyone who uses an inverted fightstick.

But... If you did this you wouldn't be able to play Q-Bert!

and this is your problem. Soldering is easy as hell. I'm not an electric engineer, but I can hold an soldering iron and solder. This is not black magic.

Most consumer electronics, like speakers and the xbox360 have shitty soldering joints. That's why speakers break. there is almost nothing that can break over time. When I was 14 my PC speakers (that were the old ones from my dad) broke, I opened them and saw, damn the soldering joint is shitty. Asked a friends Dad who had a soldering station if I could borrow it, and he taught me how to use a soldering iron. Now everytime something breaks after warranty I simply open it and resolder it. Saved me bucks on a PC-Mouse, still got the same speakers, my bedlamp, and many speakers from my friends.

even if you can't solder. fixing speakers takes about 20 minutes. The worst part is waiting for the soldering iron to heat up.