Input problems, keys seems to keep pressed (RPi3, Retropie 3.6)

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  • #121606
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    fakeuser
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    Hi All,

    Yesterday I recevied my new RPi3, I installed Retropie and compile lr-mame2010 since has the higher supported romset. Everything seems top be working, I am able to load multiple “heavy” roms but the controller seems to keep the buttons pressed after pressing them once.

    I tried with a (fake) Xbox 360 controller and also with a standard keyboard.

    Does anyone had this problem? When I press TAB button to get the menu, after pushing DOWN or UP the highlighter option keeps cycling.

    Any help will be appreciated.

    Kind regards,

    Alberto

    #121665
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    katsudoro
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    I was experiencing the same issue, it only happens with mame2010.

    #121685
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    fakeuser
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    What controllers yu’ve tried @katsudoro?

    #121722
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    katsudoro
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    I have an IPAC 2, so my controls are seen as keyboard inputs. I honestly didn’t look too much into the problem, as soon as I noticed there was something wrong, I switched back to lr-mame2003. I’ll do a few more tests when I have some more free time.

    #122176
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    I can confirm the same behavior on an iPAC4 as well as an external keyboard over USB: Pi3, keyboard controls, lr-mame2010.

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