The analog input on socket 14 seems to be very laggy, this is observed with the Joystick module.
I moved the Rally-X game over to the Hydra and the scrolling is buttery smooth, but the Joystick was unresponsive especially in the X direction. Initially I thought that I was missing readings because I only read the joystick once every frame update, but increasing the number of reads did not help the situation at all. As a last ditch effort I moved the joystick to socket 13 and surprisingly, to me anyway, the joystick response is perfect.
Is there a known issue using one or more of the analog inputs on the Hydra socket 14? I believe my Hydra is fully up to date
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