Assigning Buttons for various emulators, in game and emu specific.

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  • #105388
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    xd3l
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    Hello, I’ve a few questions.

    A: I need to assign a “change disc” button for the PSX emu, though all my buttons are used and I need it to be a button combo. Where do I go to set this and how do I go about it? I know how to find what buttons are what I just need to know where to go to change this setting.

    B: Atari800, I need a button assigned to F9 in order to exit the game. I’d like to use SELECT and START on my controller if possible so that I can exit the Atari games like I do PSX and most other games. Again, where do I go to set this?
    EDIT: Also how to assign buttons for the 5200? I can’t even start a game.

    C: MSX, I need to assign the function keys to the controller for Metal Gear, where do I go to do this and how?

    D: Sinclair, I need to assign keyboard keys to the controller for this also as I can not play Castlevania as is.

    E: Mame Coins, how to add coins…

    I believe that is all for now. Thanks in advance!

    #105622
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    luppie
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    I’m also looking for a solution on : C: MSX, I need to assign the function keys to the controller for Metal Gear, where do I go to do this and how?

    I’m running RetroPie on my Picade and even with a keyboard connected I cant use the function keys.

    Any help is welcome.

    #105931
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    luppie
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    I’ve added OpenMSX as Emulator. It’s way more accurate then the other MSX emulators and also supports disk images and mapping all keyboard keys.

    I made an instruction on how to install it at : OpenMSX howto

    #106568
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    xd3l
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    Thank you, I’m trying to follow it now, all is well but there is no “/home/pi/.openMSX/” folder.

    #106584
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    luppie
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    There should be an .openMSX folder, it’s a hidden folder.

    #107132
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    xd3l
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    I had it, then I decided I needed to get off SD and boot of USB, so I am on a new setup now.

    I am trying to ./configure but am getting this error:

    No working C++ compiler was found.
    Please install a C++ compiler, such as GCC’s g++.
    If you have a C++ compiler installed and openMSX did not detect it, please set the environment variable CXX to the name of your C++ compiler.
    After you have corrected the situation, rerun “configure”.

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