iPac Controller Not Holding Keyboard Strokes

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    tyebeach
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    Hello,
    I have my cabinet working with an iPac controller. All buttons work, however it seems the iPac does not hold the keystrokes. For instance, if I am playing a game like Mario, when I hold the joystick right or left, Mario will run and then stop after about 2 seconds. I could play the game by tapping the right joystick over and over, but I would rather figure out why the iPac behaves this way.

    If I plug in a keyboard to the Pi, the keystrokes work just fine, so I know for a fact that it is an issue with the iPac controller itself.

    Why would the iPac stop sending the keystroke after 2 seconds while holding down?

    #105436
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    tyebeach
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    Anyone have a clue?

    #105592
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    tyebeach
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    Is there anyone out there that has seen this problem, or am I just not making any sense?

    #105644
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    tyebeach
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    Echo…echo…echo…

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