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  • #97404
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    depechem70
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    How can I use Savestates on SNES9X NEXT? I cnt find Keyboard Shortcuts on the net

    Thanks for Help

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    #97411
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    herbfargus
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    By default it should be F2 to save and F4 to load. (Assuming you are using the libretto snes9x next.) Look at the section under hotkeys here:
    https://github.com/retropie/RetroPie-Setup/wiki/RetroArch-Configuration

    #97493
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    depechem70
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    Does not work for me. I use the Libretto Version. Retropie 3 beta

    #97503
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    momaw27
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    I use the default gamepad option which is:

    Save: hold SELECT + RIGHT TRIGGER
    Load: hold SELECT + LEFT TRIGGER

    After mixing these up for a while in my head I’ve landed on remembering it this way… LOAD and LEFT both begin with an “L”

    Hope that helps!

    #97508
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    depechem70
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    Yeah this helps. Many Thanks

    #97516
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    Floob
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    Does not work for me. I use the Libretto Version. Retropie 3 beta

    This is probably because you need to enable hotkeys (hold select) then press F2.
    Or as you have found, use the joypad equivalent.

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