When this box is checked, the command displayed to the right of the checkbox will be fired whenever the joystick that is assigned this joystick command has been tilted over the percentage displayed. You can adjust the percentage using the up/down arrows. The 'Tilted Above' setting is particularly useful for games that allow the player to "run" or "sprint" while the shift key is held down and walk when it is not held down. Using this setting, Pinnacle can make your character move faster or slower depending on the percentage of tilt you apply to the joystick.
When this box is checked, the command displayed to the right of the checkbox will be fired whenever the joystick that is assigned this joystick command has been tilted below the percentage displayed. You can adjust the percentage using the up/down arrows. The 'Tilted Below' setting can be used to create walk/run systems opposite of the example given for 'Tilted Above'. Another example could be if a game allowed for 3 speeds of movement. Holding Shift would run, holding Alt would walk slowly, but holding neither would move at "normal" speed. If a game applied a system like this, Pinnacle could be setup to simulate the 3 speed movement on your controller's joystick by using both the 'Tilted Above' and 'Tilted Below' settings.
Joystick Command Style
Although in most cases a 4-direction Joystick Command is recommended, you can use these options to change to a 8-direction style instead which will allow you to assign seperate commands to diagonal directions as well.
Notes and TipsClick the green icon below the checkbox to toggle the effect between full-circle and forward-only style (as seen in the image below).
You can right-click on either checkbox which will allow you to have either two 'Tilted Above' commands or two 'Tilted Below' commands (instead of one of each).
Hold the SHIFT key on your keyboard to adjust the Tilted Above/Below percentages by increments of one instead of five.
Hold the SHIFT or ALT key on your keyboard when you click an assignment label to perform various alternative actions. Holding ALT will allow you to quickly remove an assignment, and holding SHIFT will display the "Quick Assignment" window (which can also be displayed by simply right-clicking the assignment label).
For more information, see the How to Create a Joystick Command section of Pinnacle Help.