I have a page with unitywebgl and some other extra input controls like for number and name but the problem is, the other html input control are not getting input from keyboard. After searching i found By default, Unity WebGL will process all keyboard input send to the page, regardless of whether the WebGL canvas has focus or not. This is done so that a user can start playing a keyboard-based game right away without the need to click on the canvas to focus it first. However, this can cause problems when there are other HTML elements on the page which should receive keyboard input, such as text fields - as Unity will consume the input events before the rest of the page can get them. If you need to have other HTML elements receive keyboard input, you can change this behavior using the WebGLInput.captureAllKeyboardInput property. But the problem is that I don't want to disable the input for unitywebgl. So i found another link but the problem is i don't where should I implement it? … [Read more...] about unity webgl keyboard input is not working
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Microsoft has been trying to fuse its PC background with its Xbox brand for quite some time. It’s a big part of why the Play Anywhere initiative exists. Today, the software giant made another big step in bringing the two together. As a result of fan feedback, Microsoft is adding keyboard and mouse support to the Xbox One. It is coming first to select Xbox Insiders at some point in the next few weeks with no word of a wider release date. As Microsoft stated in its News Wire, developers can add mouse and keyboard support to their games since it is an input on the system level. Microsoft stressed that it was up to the developers to make the right experience for their games as they see fit, meaning it is completely optional. It is not even enabled by default in all games. Warframe will also be the first title to support it. Most wired and wireless mice and keyboards will work on the Xbox One. However, Microsoft is also partnering with Razer to “bring you the best … [Read more...] about Xbox One Keyboard and Mouse Support Incoming
Microsoft’s Xbox One will finally offer keyboard and mouse support for some games. Phil Spencer, executive vice president of gaming at Microsoft, made the announcement during Tuesday’s episode of Inside Xbox. The first game to test the feature will be Crytek’s Warface in October via the Xbox Insider Program. While the feature will be available for developers to implement in the near future, it’s not a global decision that Microsoft is making for all of the games on its platform. Spencer stressed that the idea is to open the Xbox One up to different experiences. “You shouldn’t expect that every game on the platform now supports mouse and keyboard,” Spencer said. “It’s really about developer choice.” “These are tools for developers,” Spencer continued. “There are certain games out there that require mouse and keyboard, and those can’t come to console today. If we put those tools in the hands of … [Read more...] about Mouse and keyboard support coming soon to Xbox One
When it comes to PC gaming peripherals, stats and specs drive purchases. Gaming monitors became popular because they offered lower latency or higher refresh rates, while gaming mice boasted higher sensitivities and improved tracking accuracy. Yet this quantitative trend doesn't seem to apply to one peripheral in particular: mechanical keyboards. No single stat separates mechs from their non-mechanical counterparts, yet mechanical keyboards are routinely recommended over alternatives that cost a fraction of the price. Why is this the case? Are there genuine gaming advantages? The answers lie in how mechanical keyboards went from niche accessories known only to retro enthusiasts to a key part of the multi-million dollar esports industry in only a few years. By taking a closer look at this short-lived transition period, we can get a better idea of what attracted gamers to these keyboards in the first place, what quantifiable advantages they offer and which models are worth … [Read more...] about Are mechanical keyboards really good for gaming?
I'm always disappointed when a PC game doesn't control well with a mouse and keyboard. Sports games, in particular, are usually much better with a controller, and even when you can use a mouse and keyboard it's often the case that not much thought has been put into translating the controls for those of us who like sitting at our desktops with our fingers on the home row.When I saw Madden 19 on PC at E3 this week—if you hadn't heard, Madden is back on PC after a decade away—I was fully expecting to have to play it with a controller. Just about every game I tried this week—Hitman 2, Anthem, even FPS Metro Exodus—were only playable on controllers.But, surprise! There was a single station where Madden was set up with a mouse and keyboard. Not a surprise: no one was using it. Back to surprises: the mouse and keyboard worked really well.One of the great things about a thumbstick on a controller is it gives you a specific type of control you can't match with a … [Read more...] about Madden 19 on PC is pretty darn playable with a mouse and keyboard