gamepad_set_vibration(device, left_motor, right_motor);
|device||Which gamepad device "slot" to check.|
|left_motor||The amount of vibration from the left motor from 0 to 1.|
|right_motor||The amount of vibration from the right motor from 0 to 1.|
With this function you can set the vibration of the gamepad
motors, with either motor using a value from 0 (no vibration) to 1
(full vibration). Note that there is no time limit on this
function, so you will need to use a variable or an alarm to switch
off the vibration (set motors to 0) after a given time has passed
otherwise the gamepad will continue to vibrate indefinitely.
NOTE: This function is currently only available for the standard Windows, PS4 and Xbox One target modules.
if lives = 0
gamepad_set_vibration(0, 1, 1);
alarm = room_speed / 2;
The above code would be used (for example) in a collision event to make the gamepad plugged into "slot" 0 vibrate for half a second, with the alarm that is set being used to switch it off again once that time has passed.