When I first loaded the retropie non-beta on my version A pi I tried to go through the keyboard config setup that automatically happened but the display was configured wrong. I couldn’t see what it was asking me so I pressed a bunch of random buttons on the keyboard to get through it (thinking it would be easy to fix)
How do I go through the keyboard configuration again?
Also, my screen resolution is off for the Apple II screen, but looks fine for all the other emulators….how do I fix the apple II screen? (see image below)
Use these commands to get rid of the controller config file:
sudo rm es_input.cfg
In case you can’t see the screen (I’ve had this problem, too), I believe the order of keys it runs through is:
select (choosing a rom)
I’m not sure how to fix the screen resolution, but here are some things to try to see if they help:
1) Switch between HDMI and RCA outputs
2) enable/disable “Variable HDMI resolution” in the retropie_setup.sh menu.
3) Try it on a different TV/Monitor.
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