Tool for using Steam-Input controller rebinding at a system level alongside a global overlay

ATTENTION: GloSC is currently being rewritten, and renamed to GlosSI ([Glo]bal ([s]ystemwide) [S]team [I]nput)

No ETA when it’s done
No support until then.

Looking for contributors!
As the past has shown, I have way to less time on hand too maintain such a project.
Reach out via Discord/E-Mail (But get to the point right away, please, I get way too much spam)



GlosSI or [Glo]bal ([s]ystemwide) [S]team [I]nput, formerly knows as GloSC (Global Steam Controller), is a tool that allows one to use Steam-Input controller rebinding at a system-level alongside a system wide (borderless window) Steam overlay
All complete with per application bindings and working rumble emulation.
GlosSI can, but isn’t required to, launch any of your favorite games or applications and directly add them to Steam, be it Win32 or Windows Store (UWP)!
It is the tool to enjoy any game that has trouble with Steam and/or add extra functionality to your Steam-Input needs

Windows Store, Reshade / SweetFX, Origin, Uplay, Emulators and more with no hassle

GlosSI provides its own overlay, in addition to that of Steam.

How does it work? / What does it do?

GlosSI creates and adds a (or multiple) non-Steam shortcuts to Steam. When one of those is launched, a transparent, borderless window appears in which you can use the Steam-overlay. You also get access to touch- and radial-menus and other functionality normally only present in Games

In addition to that, Gamecontroller-inputs are redirected to the whole operating system, so that they will work with any game or application
Real Gamecontrollers are hidden from other applications, so that they can’t interfere with your game.

This brings full Steam-Input functionality to the desktop and any other application Steam-Input might not have worked before

Games do not need to be launched using GlosSI.
If the “Start Application” option does not work, launch any GlosSI-Shortcut from Steam, followed by a game or application.

What this is not