ÐarkѦssassin438™ Aug 23, 2013 @ 3:55pm
Xbox 360 Controller drivers for Steam Mac
I suggest that Steam for Mac should include the X360 Controller DRIVERS. Like OnLive, they include the drivers without the drivers installed from online.
Last edited by ÐarkѦssassin438™; Aug 24, 2013 @ 3:07pm
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Black Blade Aug 24, 2013 @ 12:44pm 
Originally posted by RallyExTremez438:
Xbox 360 Controller drivers for Steam Mac
Xbox 360 is made by Micrsoft.. and apple and Micrsoft are not so much of good friends but
Here is a link to how to do it enjoy
http://www.cultofmac.com/198535/use-your-xbox-360-controller-on-your-mac-os-x-tips/
eagle eye lockinhind Aug 24, 2013 @ 12:46pm 
ya tbh xbox 360 controllers are for windows since windows is microsoft and microsoft is xbox mac isn't really compatible im supperised that mac has usb ports some dont even got those
ÐarkѦssassin438™ Aug 24, 2013 @ 2:56pm 
Originally posted by Black Blade:
Originally posted by RallyExTremez438:
Xbox 360 Controller drivers for Steam Mac
Xbox 360 is made by Micrsoft.. and apple and Micrsoft are not so much of good friends but
Here is a link to how to do it enjoy
http://www.cultofmac.com/198535/use-your-xbox-360-controller-on-your-mac-os-x-tips/
I dont need a tutorial I already know how to its just a suggestion like OnLive
Black Blade Aug 24, 2013 @ 2:59pm 
Originally posted by RallyExTremez438:
I dont need a tutorial I already know how to its just a suggestion like OnLive
There they do it automaticly?
ÐarkѦssassin438™ Aug 24, 2013 @ 3:04pm 
Originally posted by Black Blade:
Originally posted by RallyExTremez438:
I dont need a tutorial I already know how to its just a suggestion like OnLive
There they do it automaticly?
Yes OnLive already includes Xbox 360 Controller DRIVERS for macs and windows. I even tested my Controller without the drivers I installed online from a different site.
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bu11etpr00f Apr 3 @ 12:18pm 
For OS X Mavericks 10.9, you need to use the "unofficial" updated version of the tattiebogle driver found here: https://github.com/d235j/360Controller

Steam should integrate this driver into their install. However, since they are coming out with their own controller, I doubt they will...
Black Blade Apr 3 @ 12:31pm 
Originally posted by bu11etpr00f:
For OS X Mavericks 10.9, you need to use the "unofficial" updated version of the tattiebogle driver found here: https://github.com/d235j/360Controller

Steam should integrate this driver into their install. However, since they are coming out with their own controller, I doubt they will...
I will not go with that.. as really Microsoft need to come out with the Fix them self and something "unofficial" can update to something bad some time and i do not think that Valve will want to take a part in something they cant really trust even more when its not really there job to do it
bu11etpr00f Apr 27 @ 10:25pm 
Originally posted by Black Blade:
I will not go with that.. as really Microsoft need to come out with the Fix them self and something "unofficial" can update to something bad some time and i do not think that Valve will want to take a part in something they cant really trust even more when its not really there job to do it

Just an FYI: The current Steam recommended tattiebogle driver for the Xbox 360 Controller is an "unofficial" driver as well. There is no "official" Microsoft "Mac Supported" driver at all! They are ALL unofficial, and unsupported. ;)

If you want a "native" functioning controller, I hear the PlayStation Dualshock 3 (Bluetooth) works, but I have not tested it.

The "unofficial" tattieboogle driver is open-source (which means anyone can see the code), the updated (for Mac OS X 10.9) github version of that driver is also open-source, just published by a different author.
cH!cH^88 Apr 28 @ 6:24am 
cheeseburgers
Teksura Apr 28 @ 12:48pm 
Originally posted by eagle eye lockinhind:
im supperised that mac has usb ports some dont even got those
Umm, yes. All Macs do have USB ports and have had them since it was developed in 1997. I don't think you know what USB is, where it came from, why it exists, or what the big "U" stands for.
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Mars Apr 29 @ 9:11am 
thx
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