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  • wadethefade
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    Is there a way to toggle the turbo button to always be on? Hit once, turn on modulation, hit again to turn off?

    As I understand now, you have to hold a button down to enable turbo.

    If I recall, the Turbopad had 3 levels of turbo that were selected. Is this a functionality that is available?

    Searching the forums here gets a bunch of threads of entire config files…

    proxycell
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    that is a very good point, i never really understood it before. to have to hold down the turbo button is a bit strange… would be nice to have a toggle button instead. then again i would love to see a toggle for “slowmotion” even

    at least my controller has enough buttons to handle a special button for turbo

    EDIT: i do not have enough buttons for this actually lol, this is because of PS1’s dualshock controller using as many as i have

    wadethefade
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    Yeah for the TurboPad, I think the bottom one was off, the middle had a medium modulation, and the top one had a high modulation…

    Was wondering about emulating that behavior.. maybe each hit of the turbo button increases modulation till it wraps around to off?

    0 click 3 click 6 click 0

    wadethefade
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    Would this be more of an Emulation Station question? Or RetroArch? I’m not knowledgeable enough to know when one ends and one begins.

    proxycell
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    retroarch (libretro)
    ES is the frontend GUI that lets you pick your games

    wadethefade
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    Thanks.

    So can retroarch handle a turbo toggle?

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