- sillygoatParticipant03/11/2016 at 22:03Post count: 4
Hello, recently I have been trying to get my IPac 2 to work with my Raspberry pi 1 Model B. I am running the latest software and am having some problems.
My main problem is configuring the IPac. As you may know, this is a small device that turns inputs into keyboard signals. I have 2 joysticks and 14 buttons in total. My problem is that I cannot use some of the buttons (like h, which is reset) because they are set as keys to do certain functions in retroarch. I have attempted changing the config for retroarch inside an emulator using F1 to no avail. I have even gone into the config file and deleted the button key after the function (eg deleting the “h” after the reset part) which didn’t work either.
If there is a way to remove these functions please tell me. I have heard of changing the IPac setting so that it acts like a controller instead of a keyboard although I have no idea how to do this.
Any and all help is much appreciated.FloobMember03/11/2016 at 22:06Post count: 1629
Set the values to nul
So in the config file, instead of the function being … = h update it so its … = nulsillygoatParticipant03/11/2016 at 22:38Post count: 4
thanks for the reply, but reset and other buttons are still activated :/
is there a way to just delete the hotkeys entirely? the only one i actually need is the exit emulator button comboFloobMember03/11/2016 at 23:39Post count: 1629
Post your /all/retroarch.cfg up at pastebin.com
I’m fairly sure you need to set them to not work, otherwise the default will be active.
You can see my approach here:sillygoatParticipant03/11/2016 at 23:44Post count: 4
How can I copy all of my config? Do I have to manually type it all in?FloobMember03/12/2016 at 00:02Post count: 1629
Just use the samba share, or FTP to get the file then copy the contents to pastebin.com
Did you watch the video from about 35:40 in?
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