'Joystick'was not declared in this scope

Hi,Im trying to make a standalone driving force shifter adaptor.i’m downloaded a sketch but this error keep showing

exit status 1

‘Joystick’ was not declared in this scope
the sketch:

/*
  --Driving Force Shifter--
  This reads the input values from the 2 potentiometers and the 1 switch, to allow position data to be used as buttons.
  X and Y-axis determines the position/"gear in use", and the switch is for enabling the Reverse gear position.

  //--Sequential mode--//
  Not yet implemented!
  The shifter will also function as a sequential shifter. Press the shift shaft down while being
  centered/in Neutral position, and you will activate either H-Shifter mode or Sequential mode.
  Sequential mode goes along the neutral path left to right, Right is up, Left is down.

  --Developed using
  Arduino Micro R3
  Arduino 1.6.10 IDE

  //--DF shifter pinout--//
  // SubD9 | Arduino | Description | Color  | J10 Pins | *
  //       | +5V     | Vcc/5v      | Yellow |          |
  //       | A2      | Switch*     | Orange |          | Needs a pull-up Resistor to stabilize input
  //       | A1      | X-Axis      | Red    |          |
  //       | A0      | Y-Axis      | Brown  |          |
  //       | GND     | Ground      | Black  |          |
  //
  // SubD9 | Arduino | Description | Color  | J11 Pins | *
  // 1     |         | ?           | blue   | 6        |
  // 2     |         | ?           | grey   | 7        |
  // 3     | A2      | Switch      | yellow | 5        |
  // 4     | A1      | X-Axis      | orange | 3        |
  // 5     |         | ?           | white  | 2        |
  // 6     | GND     | Ground      | black  | 8        |
  // 7     | +5V     | Vcc/5v      | red    | 1        |
  // 8     | A0      | Y-Axis      | teal   | 4        |
  // 9     | Null    | Not used    |        | Null     |

  //--Clutch & Handbrake--//
  // User dependent
  // I personally used simple potentiometers from a Thrustmaster Ferrari Challenge pedals and Microsoft Wingman joystick.

  // CREDITS
  Arduino.cc: Tutorials and loads of info and more. http://www.arduino.cc/
  MatthewH:   Author of Joystick library. http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-LeonardoMicro-as-Game-ControllerJoystick/
  jakkul:     Initial X,Y,Z axis code author. http://jakkul.blogspot.se/search/label/arduino
  --JawZ--:   Sequential & H-Shifter code and altered X,Y,Z axis code. https://www.flickr.com/photos/142441312@N02/
*/


//--Libraries--//
#include "Joystick.h"

//--Initialization--//
int useserial = 1;  // Enable/disable readout values of various analog and/or digital inputs. 0:Off, 1:On

int modeBtn = A2;            // Button used to switch between gearbox modes
boolean currentState = LOW;  // Storage for current button state
boolean lastState = LOW;     // Storage for last button state
boolean seqState = LOW;      // Storage for the current state of the Gearbox (off/on)
int shiftBtn = A2;           // Button used to enable Reverse gear position
int shiftBtnD = 0;           // Initialize Digital input for enabling Reverse gear
int gear = 0;                // Gear nr in use
int gearBox = 0;             // Gearbox in use


void setup() {
 if (useserial == 1) {
   Serial.begin(9600);
 }

  Joystick.begin();
  pinMode(shiftBtn, INPUT);
  digitalWrite(shiftBtn, HIGH);
  pinMode(modeBtn, INPUT);
  digitalWrite(modeBtn, HIGH);
}


void loop() {
  /////////////////////////////////
  /// Potentiometer Gearbox 6+R ///
  /////////////////////////////////
  // This uses two potentiometers and a switch, which the Driving Force Shifter contains.

  currentState = digitalRead(modeBtn);
  float shiftX = analogRead(A1);      // X axis position data input
  float shiftY = analogRead(A0);      // Y axis position data input
  shiftBtnD = digitalRead(shiftBtn);  // Digital input for enabling Reverse gear

  if (currentState == HIGH && lastState == LOW && shiftX > 455 && shiftX < 495 && shiftY > 460 && shiftY < 560) {  // If button has just been pressed
    delay(1);  // Crude form of button debouncing

    // Toggle the state of the gearbox mode
    if (seqState == HIGH){
      gearBox = 1;  // Toggle H-Shifter on
      seqState = LOW;
    }
    else {
      gearBox = 2;  // Toggle Sequential on
      seqState = HIGH;
    }
  }

  // Split X and Y axis into 6 positions, then have a switch activate the 7th position. To make up a 6+R shifter
    if (gearBox == 1) {
      for (gear = 0; gear < 30; gear++) {
        if (shiftY > 850) { // Gear upper position - 1,3,5
          if (shiftX < 300) Joystick.pressButton(0);                       // Activate gear 1
          else if (shiftX > 380 && shiftX < 530) Joystick.pressButton(2);  // Activate gear 3
          else if (shiftX > 650 && shiftX < 730) Joystick.pressButton(4);  // Activate gear 5
        }
        else if (shiftY < 200) {  // Gear lower position - 2,4,6,R
          if (shiftX < 300) Joystick.pressButton(1);                                            // Activate gear 2
          else if (shiftX > 380 && shiftX < 530) Joystick.pressButton(3);                       // Activate gear 4
          else if (shiftBtnD == HIGH && shiftX > 640 && shiftX < 740) Joystick.pressButton(5);  // Activate gear 6
          else if (shiftBtnD == LOW && shiftX > 640 && shiftX < 740) Joystick.pressButton(6);   // Activate Reverse
        }
        else Joystick.releaseButton(gear);  // Release any button that have been pressed
        //Joystick.setButton(31, 0); // For testing that it works only!
      }
    }
  // Split X axis into 2 positions, to make up a sequential shifter
    else if (gearBox == 2) {
      for (gear = 0; gear < 30; gear++) {
        if (shiftX < 400) {
          Joystick.pressButton(8);  // Shift DOWN
        }
        else if (shiftX > 545) {
          Joystick.pressButton(9);  // Shift UP
        }
     
        //Joystick.setButton(31, 1); // For testing that it works only!
      }
    }

  lastState = currentState;


  ///////////////////
  /// Diagnostics ///
  ///////////////////
  if (useserial == 1) {
  // Print out Shifter input values
    Serial.print ("ShiftX:");  // prints text
    Serial.print (' ');        // prints a space
    Serial.print (shiftX);     // prints current byte value
    Serial.print ("\n");       // prints a newline

    Serial.print ("\t");       // prints a tab
    Serial.print ("\t");
    Serial.print ("ShiftY:");
    Serial.print (' ');
    Serial.print (shiftY);
    Serial.print ("\n");

    Serial.print ("\t");
    Serial.print ("\t");
    Serial.print ("\t");
    Serial.print ("\t");
    Serial.print ("ShiftBtn:");
    Serial.print (' ');
    Serial.print (shiftBtnD);
    Serial.print ("\n");

    Serial.print ("\t");
    Serial.print ("\t");
    Serial.print ("\t");
    Serial.print ("\t");
    Serial.print ("\t");
    Serial.print ("\t");
    Serial.print ("SeqState:");
    Serial.print (' ');
    Serial.print (seqState);
    Serial.print ("\n");

    delay(30);  // delay in between reads for stability
  }
}

Can someone help? :slight_smile:
Thanks, in advanced

Did you install the Joystick.h library?

//--Libraries--//
#include "Joystick.h"

kenwood120s:
Did you install the Joystick.h library?

//--Libraries--//

#include "Joystick.h"

yes,i installed the Joystick.h library from github

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spycatcher2k:
What arduino are you using?

arduino micro and i already changed the board type on ide

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spycatcher2k:
try

#include <joystick.h>

still not work now different error:

#include <joystick.h>

^

compilation terminated.

exit status 1
Error compiling for board Arduino/Genuino Micro.

You forgot to include this part of the Joystick library examples:

// Create Joystick
Joystick_ Joystick;

This version compiles without error for the Arduino Leonardo (should work on Micro, too).

/*
  --Driving Force Shifter--
  This reads the input values from the 2 potentiometers and the 1 switch, to allow position data to be used as buttons.
  X and Y-axis determines the position/"gear in use", and the switch is for enabling the Reverse gear position.

  //--Sequential mode--//
  Not yet implemented!
  The shifter will also function as a sequential shifter. Press the shift shaft down while being
  centered/in Neutral position, and you will activate either H-Shifter mode or Sequential mode.
  Sequential mode goes along the neutral path left to right, Right is up, Left is down.

  --Developed using
  Arduino Micro R3
  Arduino 1.6.10 IDE

  //--DF shifter pinout--//
  // SubD9 | Arduino | Description | Color  | J10 Pins | *
  //       | +5V     | Vcc/5v      | Yellow |          |
  //       | A2      | Switch*     | Orange |          | Needs a pull-up Resistor to stabilize input
  //       | A1      | X-Axis      | Red    |          |
  //       | A0      | Y-Axis      | Brown  |          |
  //       | GND     | Ground      | Black  |          |
  //
  // SubD9 | Arduino | Description | Color  | J11 Pins | *
  // 1     |         | ?           | blue   | 6        |
  // 2     |         | ?           | grey   | 7        |
  // 3     | A2      | Switch      | yellow | 5        |
  // 4     | A1      | X-Axis      | orange | 3        |
  // 5     |         | ?           | white  | 2        |
  // 6     | GND     | Ground      | black  | 8        |
  // 7     | +5V     | Vcc/5v      | red    | 1        |
  // 8     | A0      | Y-Axis      | teal   | 4        |
  // 9     | Null    | Not used    |        | Null     |

  //--Clutch & Handbrake--//
  // User dependent
  // I personally used simple potentiometers from a Thrustmaster Ferrari Challenge pedals and Microsoft Wingman joystick.

  // CREDITS
  Arduino.cc: Tutorials and loads of info and more. http://www.arduino.cc/
  MatthewH:   Author of Joystick library. http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-LeonardoMicro-as-Game-ControllerJoystick/
  jakkul:     Initial X,Y,Z axis code author. http://jakkul.blogspot.se/search/label/arduino
  --JawZ--:   Sequential & H-Shifter code and altered X,Y,Z axis code. https://www.flickr.com/photos/142441312@N02/
*/


//--Libraries--//
#include "Joystick.h"

// Create Joystick
Joystick_ Joystick;

//--Initialization--//
int useserial = 1;  // Enable/disable readout values of various analog and/or digital inputs. 0:Off, 1:On

int modeBtn = A2;            // Button used to switch between gearbox modes
boolean currentState = LOW;  // Storage for current button state
boolean lastState = LOW;     // Storage for last button state
boolean seqState = LOW;      // Storage for the current state of the Gearbox (off/on)
int shiftBtn = A2;           // Button used to enable Reverse gear position
int shiftBtnD = 0;           // Initialize Digital input for enabling Reverse gear
int gear = 0;                // Gear nr in use
int gearBox = 0;             // Gearbox in use


void setup() {
  if (useserial == 1) {
    Serial.begin(9600);
  }

  Joystick.begin();
  pinMode(shiftBtn, INPUT);
  digitalWrite(shiftBtn, HIGH);
  pinMode(modeBtn, INPUT);
  digitalWrite(modeBtn, HIGH);
}


void loop() {
  /////////////////////////////////
  /// Potentiometer Gearbox 6+R ///
  /////////////////////////////////
  // This uses two potentiometers and a switch, which the Driving Force Shifter contains.

  currentState = digitalRead(modeBtn);
  float shiftX = analogRead(A1);      // X axis position data input
  float shiftY = analogRead(A0);      // Y axis position data input
  shiftBtnD = digitalRead(shiftBtn);  // Digital input for enabling Reverse gear

  if (currentState == HIGH && lastState == LOW && shiftX > 455 && shiftX < 495 && shiftY > 460 && shiftY < 560) {  // If button has just been pressed
    delay(1);  // Crude form of button debouncing

    // Toggle the state of the gearbox mode
    if (seqState == HIGH) {
      gearBox = 1;  // Toggle H-Shifter on
      seqState = LOW;
    }
    else {
      gearBox = 2;  // Toggle Sequential on
      seqState = HIGH;
    }
  }

  // Split X and Y axis into 6 positions, then have a switch activate the 7th position. To make up a 6+R shifter
  if (gearBox == 1) {
    for (gear = 0; gear < 30; gear++) {
      if (shiftY > 850) { // Gear upper position - 1,3,5
        if (shiftX < 300) Joystick.pressButton(0);                       // Activate gear 1
        else if (shiftX > 380 && shiftX < 530) Joystick.pressButton(2);  // Activate gear 3
        else if (shiftX > 650 && shiftX < 730) Joystick.pressButton(4);  // Activate gear 5
      }
      else if (shiftY < 200) {  // Gear lower position - 2,4,6,R
        if (shiftX < 300) Joystick.pressButton(1);                                            // Activate gear 2
        else if (shiftX > 380 && shiftX < 530) Joystick.pressButton(3);                       // Activate gear 4
        else if (shiftBtnD == HIGH && shiftX > 640 && shiftX < 740) Joystick.pressButton(5);  // Activate gear 6
        else if (shiftBtnD == LOW && shiftX > 640 && shiftX < 740) Joystick.pressButton(6);   // Activate Reverse
      }
      else Joystick.releaseButton(gear);  // Release any button that have been pressed
      //Joystick.setButton(31, 0); // For testing that it works only!
    }
  }
  // Split X axis into 2 positions, to make up a sequential shifter
  else if (gearBox == 2) {
    for (gear = 0; gear < 30; gear++) {
      if (shiftX < 400) {
        Joystick.pressButton(8);  // Shift DOWN
      }
      else if (shiftX > 545) {
        Joystick.pressButton(9);  // Shift UP
      }

      //Joystick.setButton(31, 1); // For testing that it works only!
    }
  }

  lastState = currentState;


  ///////////////////
  /// Diagnostics ///
  ///////////////////
  if (useserial == 1) {
    // Print out Shifter input values
    Serial.print ("ShiftX: ");  // prints text
    Serial.println (shiftX);     // prints current byte value

    Serial.print ("\t\tShiftY: ");
    Serial.println (shiftY);

    Serial.print ("\t\t\t\tShiftBtn: ");
    Serial.println (shiftBtnD);

    Serial.print ("\t\t\t\t\t\tSeqState: ");
    Serial.println (seqState);

    delay(30);  // delay in between reads for stability
  }
}

johnwasser:
This version compiles without error for the Arduino Leonardo (should work on Micro, too).

/*

–Driving Force Shifter–
  This reads the input values from the 2 potentiometers and the 1 switch, to allow position data to be used as buttons.
  X and Y-axis determines the position/“gear in use”, and the switch is for enabling the Reverse gear position.

//–Sequential mode–//
  Not yet implemented!
  The shifter will also function as a sequential shifter. Press the shift shaft down while being
  centered/in Neutral position, and you will activate either H-Shifter mode or Sequential mode.
  Sequential mode goes along the neutral path left to right, Right is up, Left is down.

–Developed using
  Arduino Micro R3
  Arduino 1.6.10 IDE

//–DF shifter pinout–//
  // SubD9 | Arduino | Description | Color  | J10 Pins | *
  //      | +5V    | Vcc/5v      | Yellow |          |
  //      | A2      | Switch*    | Orange |          | Needs a pull-up Resistor to stabilize input
  //      | A1      | X-Axis      | Red    |          |
  //      | A0      | Y-Axis      | Brown  |          |
  //      | GND    | Ground      | Black  |          |
  //
  // SubD9 | Arduino | Description | Color  | J11 Pins | *
  // 1    |        | ?          | blue  | 6        |
  // 2    |        | ?          | grey  | 7        |
  // 3    | A2      | Switch      | yellow | 5        |
  // 4    | A1      | X-Axis      | orange | 3        |
  // 5    |        | ?          | white  | 2        |
  // 6    | GND    | Ground      | black  | 8        |
  // 7    | +5V    | Vcc/5v      | red    | 1        |
  // 8    | A0      | Y-Axis      | teal  | 4        |
  // 9    | Null    | Not used    |        | Null    |

//–Clutch & Handbrake–//
  // User dependent
  // I personally used simple potentiometers from a Thrustmaster Ferrari Challenge pedals and Microsoft Wingman joystick.

// CREDITS
  Arduino.cc: Tutorials and loads of info and more. http://www.arduino.cc/
  MatthewH:  Author of Joystick library. http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-LeonardoMicro-as-Game-ControllerJoystick/
  jakkul:    Initial X,Y,Z axis code author. http://jakkul.blogspot.se/search/label/arduino
  --JawZ–:  Sequential & H-Shifter code and altered X,Y,Z axis code. JanderswedinZ | Flickr
*/

//–Libraries–//
#include “Joystick.h”

// Create Joystick
Joystick_ Joystick;

//–Initialization–//
int useserial = 1;  // Enable/disable readout values of various analog and/or digital inputs. 0:Off, 1:On

int modeBtn = A2;            // Button used to switch between gearbox modes
boolean currentState = LOW;  // Storage for current button state
boolean lastState = LOW;    // Storage for last button state
boolean seqState = LOW;      // Storage for the current state of the Gearbox (off/on)
int shiftBtn = A2;          // Button used to enable Reverse gear position
int shiftBtnD = 0;          // Initialize Digital input for enabling Reverse gear
int gear = 0;                // Gear nr in use
int gearBox = 0;            // Gearbox in use

void setup() {
  if (useserial == 1) {
    Serial.begin(9600);
  }

Joystick.begin();
  pinMode(shiftBtn, INPUT);
  digitalWrite(shiftBtn, HIGH);
  pinMode(modeBtn, INPUT);
  digitalWrite(modeBtn, HIGH);
}

void loop() {
  /////////////////////////////////
  /// Potentiometer Gearbox 6+R ///
  /////////////////////////////////
  // This uses two potentiometers and a switch, which the Driving Force Shifter contains.

currentState = digitalRead(modeBtn);
  float shiftX = analogRead(A1);      // X axis position data input
  float shiftY = analogRead(A0);      // Y axis position data input
  shiftBtnD = digitalRead(shiftBtn);  // Digital input for enabling Reverse gear

if (currentState == HIGH && lastState == LOW && shiftX > 455 && shiftX < 495 && shiftY > 460 && shiftY < 560) {  // If button has just been pressed
    delay(1);  // Crude form of button debouncing

// Toggle the state of the gearbox mode
    if (seqState == HIGH) {
      gearBox = 1;  // Toggle H-Shifter on
      seqState = LOW;
    }
    else {
      gearBox = 2;  // Toggle Sequential on
      seqState = HIGH;
    }
  }

// Split X and Y axis into 6 positions, then have a switch activate the 7th position. To make up a 6+R shifter
  if (gearBox == 1) {
    for (gear = 0; gear < 30; gear++) {
      if (shiftY > 850) { // Gear upper position - 1,3,5
        if (shiftX < 300) Joystick.pressButton(0);                      // Activate gear 1
        else if (shiftX > 380 && shiftX < 530) Joystick.pressButton(2);  // Activate gear 3
        else if (shiftX > 650 && shiftX < 730) Joystick.pressButton(4);  // Activate gear 5
      }
      else if (shiftY < 200) {  // Gear lower position - 2,4,6,R
        if (shiftX < 300) Joystick.pressButton(1);                                            // Activate gear 2
        else if (shiftX > 380 && shiftX < 530) Joystick.pressButton(3);                      // Activate gear 4
        else if (shiftBtnD == HIGH && shiftX > 640 && shiftX < 740) Joystick.pressButton(5);  // Activate gear 6
        else if (shiftBtnD == LOW && shiftX > 640 && shiftX < 740) Joystick.pressButton(6);  // Activate Reverse
      }
      else Joystick.releaseButton(gear);  // Release any button that have been pressed
      //Joystick.setButton(31, 0); // For testing that it works only!
    }
  }
  // Split X axis into 2 positions, to make up a sequential shifter
  else if (gearBox == 2) {
    for (gear = 0; gear < 30; gear++) {
      if (shiftX < 400) {
        Joystick.pressButton(8);  // Shift DOWN
      }
      else if (shiftX > 545) {
        Joystick.pressButton(9);  // Shift UP
      }

//Joystick.setButton(31, 1); // For testing that it works only!
    }
  }

lastState = currentState;

///////////////////
  /// Diagnostics ///
  ///////////////////
  if (useserial == 1) {
    // Print out Shifter input values
    Serial.print ("ShiftX: ");  // prints text
    Serial.println (shiftX);    // prints current byte value

Serial.print ("\t\tShiftY: ");
    Serial.println (shiftY);

Serial.print ("\t\t\t\tShiftBtn: ");
    Serial.println (shiftBtnD);

Serial.print ("\t\t\t\t\t\tSeqState: ");
    Serial.println (seqState);

delay(30);  // delay in between reads for stability
  }
}

Thanks a lot it works!