I got a Raspberry Pi 2 and on it I have Retro Pie 3, i’m rather new to this so do forgive any idiocy on my part, I setup a CSL Computers USB SNES controller on the main menu bit, and I did the same in the retropie_config.sh script, but the emulators don’t seem to recognize the shoulder buttons and the X and Y buttons, even though they worked in the controller setup script. What am I doing wrong?
I have exactly the same problem, going to try to edit those configuration files later. My Raspberry is model A+ but I think those settings for controllers are still the same. If you’ve had your controller working, please let me know, this is so frustrating.. I have just started using Raspberry so it feels a bit complicated.
That’s good to hear. I was a tad confused as to why the controller was doing an extended NES controller impression. I thought it was something wrong with the controller hardware to be honest, usb controllers are a very inexact science.
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