07/16/2014 at 03:10 #16084
For some odd reason, there seems to be absolutely NO documentation for how to set up the controllers for PiSNES. In the snes9x.cfg, nothing seems to make sense.
In the following snes9x.cfg file, and what is do the QUIT=99, ACCEL=7, QLOAD=10, QSAVE=11 button mappings refer to?
What is 99 for an SNES gamepad? I still managed to quit the game with select+start, but I don’t know how 99 would refer to that button combo. Select+ L quickloaded, and Select+R quicksaved. But L and R are 4 and 5 for my controller, respectively… I don’t see the connection with 10 and 11.
[Keyboard] # Get codes from /usr/include/SDL/SDL_keysym.h A_1=100 B_1=99 X_1=115 Y_1=120 L_1=97 R_1=102 START_1=13 SELECT_1=9 LEFT_1=276 RIGHT_1=275 UP_1=273 DOWN_1=274 QUIT=27 ACCEL=8 [Joystick] # Get codes from "jstest /dev/input/js0" # from package "joystick" A_1=1 B_1=2 X_1=0 Y_1=3 L_1=4 R_1=5 START_1=9 SELECT_1=8 QUIT=99 ACCEL=7 QLOAD=10 QSAVE=11 #Joystick axis JA_LR=0 JA_UD=1 # Get codes from "jstest /dev/input/js1" # from package "joystick" A_2=13 B_2=14 X_2=12 Y_2=15 L_2=10 R_2=1107/16/2014 at 06:43 #16142
When you set a function to 99, it allow the following:
– Pressing SELECT and L1 will allow you to load state.
– Pressing SELECT and R1 will allow you to save state.
– Pressing SELECT and START will allow you to quit the emulator.
QUIT=99 QLOAD=99 QSAVE=9907/16/2014 at 20:55 #16344
Thanks. Where did you find that information? I can’t find anything that explains how mapping to 99 enables those hotkey combinations. If there are more codes like 99 that refer to different button combinations, I’d really like to know so I can take advantage and best customize a particular controller setup.
Also, I don’t understand how 99 would map to all three of those combinations. In fact, QLOAD and QSAVE weren’t 99. By default, ACCEL was set to 7, the QLOAD was set to 10, and the QSAVE was set to 11. I left those, and I was still able to load with select + L and save with select + R. I couldn’t figure out what the CFG thinks 7 is to accelerate. This was with an SNES USB controller. I’m just trying to make sense of this all.07/16/2014 at 22:15 #16369
I’m bumping this because of same issue. I can’t find documentation to map my xbox 360 controller to SNES.
If someone have a ready-to-go-configuration file for Xbox 360 wired that I can use in SNES please contact me.
I may be blind, I’m aware of that 🙂07/17/2014 at 03:44 #16466
You can get the button mappings by running jstest. /dev/input/jstest js0 (if the 360 controller is the only one plugged in), then figure out your key mappings. I saw on zsprawl’s blog he used these for his 360 controller:
A_1=0 B_1=1 X_1=2 Y_1=3 L_1=4 R_1=5 START_1=7 SELECT_1=6 QUIT=99 ACCEL=11 QLOAD=10 QSAVE=8 #Joystick axis JA_LR=0 JA_UD=1
I’m still really hoping someone can explain the 99 and other hotkey mappings, though. I even e-mailed the developer in the hopes that he could explain it.07/17/2014 at 06:52 #16519
On the Pisnes page, all the way at the bottom, there are patch notes. I only guessed the 99 setting when I saw that QUIT was set to that by default. It works great though! 🙂07/17/2014 at 06:53 #16520
Come to think of it, pisnes is based on snes9x, so I bet they might have documentation for you.07/18/2014 at 02:32 #16841
Yeah, I had tried looking into that hoping to find something, but no. I also tried to look into mame configuration files, as in the piSNES readme it says
snes9x.cfg -> MAME configuration file, limited support to only the options in the supplied file (not the full MAME settings).
I’ve even looked through various includes and SDL stuff, but to no avail. The only reason I’ve been wasting all this time is because I really want to bind a hotkey combination for fast forward. I was unable to get this working in Retroarch… there’s another thread on this (https://blog.petrockblock.com/forums/topic/retroarch-cfg-fast-forward-help/), but no one here was able to answer. Hopefully somebody will figure out something.07/18/2014 at 14:39 #16970
With the controller pasted above in the snes config I can only use A and X as “hit” buttons.
The B and Y is load / save state. Is that setup for the NES and not SNES ?10/07/2014 at 00:56 #81564
Anyone have PiSNES controller config for the the f310? The RetroArch SNES eumulator looked horrible on my screen(s), very blocky and lo-res. Couldn’t figure out how to get it to use the correct resolution (tried a bunch of things from the forum..)10/07/2014 at 21:03 #81587
Anyone have PiSNES controller config for the the f310? The RetroArch SNES eumulator looked horrible on my screen(s), very blocky and lo-res. Couldn’t figure out how to get it to use the correct resolution (tried a bunch of things from the forum..)
Are you tempted to use shaders?
RetroPie help guides --> https://goo.gl/Yfy8kj
Please read this before asking for help --> http://goo.gl/eLErnl10/07/2014 at 21:47 #81591
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Does someone has a documentation about the PiSNES config file ?
I understood that we should run the joystick test utility to grab the value for each key of the controller.
However I’d like to know :
1) How to configure 2 controllers ?
Is e.g A_1 = … and A_2 = … the way to do ?
2) Can we have in the config file several key mapping and link each of them to a controller type ? So just like how RetroArch registered controllers are working…
3) Do you have a clear explanation of hotkeys settings ?
I hope a kind of Wiki or readme file does exist but I have not found it…
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