mileswParticipant02/24/2015 at 08:22Post count: 7
How I can modify controls for ScummVM?
I am planning to play without any keyboard and mouse, I need to add joystick and buttons to operate the game. How can I do it?herbfargusMember02/24/2015 at 17:16Post count: 1858
depends on what image you are using. starting with 2.4- the controls are built in to work with your controller. If you have an older image of retropie I highly recommend updating to a newer one. it has worked for me swimmingly.mileswParticipant02/24/2015 at 19:16Post count: 7
I have 2.6 version. Some reason only some of button works. I bought a joystick kit from eBay, it was recognized as the DragonRise Inc.Generic USB Joystick.
The Joystick and only the exit and the menu button works correctly, the rest of the 6 buttons doesn’t to anything.
I have configured RetroArch and those emulators which runs through that works just fine.
Did you do anything to modify settings? I can’t find any file I could modify.herbfargusMember02/24/2015 at 20:32Post count: 1858
I’m using an SNES controller and all the buttons I’ve used work- one button clicks, one button skips the cut scenes, and a combination of buttons open up the menu. I am unaware of a way to reconfigure controls for Scummvm (though the libreto-scummvm core might incorporate the retroarch configs which you could probably change but I’m not sure where the developers are at in being able to incorporate that into retropie) I know there is also the potential for an on screen keyboard but that may be tedious to work with if only a few of your buttons work.
in short, outside of modifying the source code I do not know of any way to easily change scummvm configs- If you do figure something out though I would be interested to know.mileswParticipant02/25/2015 at 09:49Post count: 7
Ok. I think I have to take look at my retroarch.cfg and DragonRise controller settings. There could be conflict between these files.mileswParticipant02/25/2015 at 19:04Post count: 7killer101Participant02/25/2015 at 20:03Post count: 71
Where did you get a scummvm-libretro core? Nothing here in my 2.6 RetroPie Image!herbfargusMember02/25/2015 at 23:06Post count: 1858
As I alluded to in my previous post the libretro-scummvm core has not been incorporated into retropie as of yet. I wish it were though.killer101Participant02/25/2015 at 23:13Post count: 71
I have issues with the mapping of the controller buttons on a ps3 controller. Now I decided to take a look at the sourcecode. The button layout is hardcoded there (the non libretro version). I’d made some changes to the source and recompiling is running now. Maybe this will solve my problem with the ps3 controller.
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