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  • drokkster
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    Thanks. That worked :)

    drokkster
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    Thanks. I downloaded the shaders/zip onto my windows pc.

    How do i get them onto the pi?

    I have enabled samba shares so i can see the pi directory from windows but cannot see the root i.e //opt//

    I would like to put the new shaders into /opt/retropie/emulators/retroarch/shader

    drokkster
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    Does anyone know of a good wired alternative to the ibuffalo? I want either snes, nes/famicon layout.

    I don’t think there are any that are good. I now have a Pi3 so I am going to try it this weekend with the ibuffalo again to see if i get ghost inputs in the menus again.

    I Recently purchased 2x offical SNES controllers (A grade). Not cheap! Approximately £40/$56/€50 for both of them.

    Will let you know how I get on.

    drokkster
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    [quote=118489]Ok. Ordered one.

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    As did i :)

    Not sure if the Pi2 image will work with this but its worth a try.

    Should receive it tomorrow.

    drokkster
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    Found a way to get it to work. Install raspian jessie from the iqaudio site and manuall in install retropie from shell.

    drokkster
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    Thanks

    I Managed to get full screen on most MAME roms by editing the screen res in the emulator by pressing x on launch as you stated.

    MAME is using mame4allpi and Neogeo is using LR-fba-next

    Obviously certain roms will never be full screen as they were never designed that way (commando etc)

    Thanks for the tip. Pressing x before the emulator starts is extremely useful.

    drokkster
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    I actually ended up using a PS3 Dualshock wireless as i think its much better. Looking at some amazon reviews of the Ibuffalo SNES, some otehr users reporting ‘detecting false inputs’ So it muct be a controller issue methinks.

    Sony and Microsoft spend millions on their R&D for their controllers and it’s clear they are much better controllers (although they don’t quit have the retro look) :)

    drokkster
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    Thanks. Im not going mad then haha. Just ordered a wireless 8bitdo snes controller. Floob reviewed it on his youtube chan. Looks decent.

    drokkster
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    works really well for the the systems it supports. Good work.

    drokkster
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    Thanks. I will give it a go and see how it is.

    drokkster
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    Ok. Thanks for clarifying that.

    drokkster
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    in reply to: PS3 pad an mame #91148

    Thanks Dave. Will give it a try when home from work and report back to confirm working.

    drokkster
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    in reply to: PS3 pad an mame #91144

    Hi yes i did. just to confirm PSX, N64, NES, SNES etc all work ‘out of the box’

    I seems the mame bindings needs to be configured then by using TAB?

    drokkster
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    *Rumble support*

    You need to change the controls to analog in the retroarch gui to get rumble working.

    Obviously not all PSX games supported rumble so you need to make sure you have one that supports this.

    Tested on Resident Evil Dualshock and Gran turismo 2 Dualshock and works fine.

    quite subtle rumble but works (on PS3 controller wireless)

    drokkster
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    Once in emulator, Press F1 (or F1+select) to access retroarch gui, go to options-> core options. You will see ‘enhanced resolution’ and ‘enhanced resolution hack’ set to enable.

    exit retroarch menu.

    As I said, this is only fine when playing resi 1 and 2 (so far) any other game will be very slow with this enabled.

    drokkster
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    in reply to: General Questions #6446

    Thanks RetroMarine

    Where is the main retroarch.cfg stored? I can see this file only within the individual emulator folders (and its empty)

    drokkster
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    Thanks Trimmtrabb.

    Vram split set to 128mb and PSX games working fine (only tried resident evil 2 thus far!)

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