DualShock 4 via Bluetooth on macOS misbehaves

#1

Connecting my DS4 wired with the default default.gamepads, works perfectly. Connecting it via Bluetooth yields a spam of trigger input events each frame (they both show up as “Wireless Controller”).

I think it’s because they’re both matched as “Wireless Controller”, when, in fact, it behaves differently wired vs wireless.

DEBUG:SCRIPT: hash: [gamepad_ltrigger],
{ --[[0x114985400]]
  x = -415.75,
  pressed = false,
  y = 477.65216064453,
  gamepad = 0,
  screen_dy = 0,
  screen_dx = 0,
  screen_y = 916,
  screen_x = -832,
  value = 0.5,
  dx = 0,
  repeated = false,
  released = false,
  dy = 0
}
DEBUG:SCRIPT: hash: [gamepad_rtrigger],
{ --[[0x1147cb260]]
  x = -415.75,
  pressed = false,
  y = 477.65216064453,
  gamepad = 0,
  screen_dy = 0,
  screen_dx = 0,
  screen_y = 916,
  screen_x = -832,
  value = 0.5,
  dx = 0,
  repeated = false,
  released = false,
  dy = 0
}
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Big thread of gamepad testing
Cannot configure d-pad for DualShock 4 on macOS (DEF-3708) (SOLVED)
#2

This is something for @sven and @jhonny.goransson to look at today maybe.

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