I'm a simple use who wants to use my PS3 controller (USB only) and I have a question.
I did notice that development for ScpToolkit was dead and I was hoping to wait for an alternative. ScpToolkit still works mostly fine for me (the biggest problem I have is that sometimes, the controller doesn't get picked up (four lights blinking) until I re-start the service via the installer (the only way I found to reliably do it)). I was kinda following the development of ViGEm until that point.
Then, I came across that topic (https://forums.vigem.org/topic/252/here-is-the-news) and one piece of information struck me: "This driver has some dangerous flaws and shouldn't be used anymore."
That puts me in kind of a pickle since the documentation is still full of warnings that the project is still in an alpha state and is not an alternative to ScpToolkit, but at the same time it seems that ScpToolkit is something to be avoided.
So the question is, should I transition from ScpToolkit to the new driver (I THINK it's Fireshock + Shibari, since I'm only using my PS3 controller via USB, but I'm not sure)? On top of that, the topic I linked to shows that a new version of Fireshock is coming up. So if I should transition, should I do it now, or wait for the new one? Even if ScpToolkit still works kinda fine (and probably the only reason why I could play The Force Unleashed with a controller)?
It's probably a pretty stupid question, but this project feels a bit confusing to me (especially without a proper website).
Thanks for your answer in advance.