I use several controllers from virpil. But that doesn’t matter, because the problem remains even without the controller plugged in. As soon as I want to put a keybinding on a DX button, the recognition hangs and I have to use the mouse or keyboard to help stop the recognition. It seems that TS doesn’t catch the button release command.
I tried to set a key on the keyboard as a PTT. However, no button will work when Teamspeak is open as an active window. I have to activate another window so that the PTT works.
I’ve already tried compatibility mode and starting as an administrator and had no success. Have been using Teamspeak 3 for a long time without any problems.
New system - Windows 10 latest version, processor AMD x6950,
X570 chipset ASUS Board ROG Hero.
I dont have problems with other Software and the game controllers.
Can you help me?
Probably Teamspeak does not support officially the controller for keybinds.
And the problem with the keyboard PTT?
Strange, that this behavior appears with all Joysticks that I have (Logitech Warthog, Sidewinder?) And also strange, that all Joysitck were functionally on my other system with TS3…so I don`t believe, that the Joysticks are the problem!
The problem persists on a naked install of Windows 10.
Eventually TS3 don’t support the new AMD systems…another person with same problems posted to have a Board with X570 Chipset…
Did you find a solution to this problem?
I have the exact same problem and nearly the same system. My system: MSI x570 motherboard, AMD Ryzen 9 3950x, updated Windows 10 PRO and Thrustmaster Warthog joystick.
I have deleted and reinstalled TS3 as well as deleted, reinstalled and activated the plugin “Gamepad and Joystick Hotkey support”
Couldn’t this suggest that the TS3 combined with x570 chipset are the culprit?
I couldn´t find a proper solution. I can use TS only with a keybind…but only If the TS3 -Window is not active…
X570??? don`t know?..it is possible that TS have a problem with it, but all other joystick programs don´t have problems with X570
No, i have the same problem with a dualshock.
it’s look like that teamspeak can’t catch the release signal.
So i use an emulator, i bind the desired key on the controller to a keyboard one.
I finally found a simple solution. The problem is eliminated if the joystick is connected directly to the PC and not via an USB hub.