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MarcoColParticipant05/27/2015 at 23:46Post count: 21
When I have a good running system, is it then needless to update it (I know: “Never update a running system”… :) ).
But maybe there are a lot of bug fixes?
So maybe if I update the system, will then the DAT-files (for example for Mame) change and is there the risk, that a lot of games then will not run anymore, because of a changed dat-file/rom-set-needed?MarcoColParticipant05/20/2015 at 22:29Post count: 21
I found out now that I can set the controls pressing TAB in a game.
When I then change it for all games and change after that controls of a single game, all other controls will not be overwritten from all games?
So with the info of using TAB, I think no shortcuts are really needed.
Sorry, I didn’t know that with the TAB…MarcoColParticipant05/19/2015 at 20:54Post count: 21
So, I’ve tried that and it works perfect!
So 1) is fixed.
and 2) also almost fixed.
But only almodst.
As written, I’ve connected the Coin1 button, but in MAME it doesn’t work.
Same for the Exit-Button.
I’ve attached the Exit-Button to 2B.
Any idea, what I must change or where I must connect it?
General: Are there any shortcuts for other keys? Example: Using iPac2 a shortcut for Exit was pressing Player1 together with Player2…MarcoColParticipant05/19/2015 at 09:58Post count: 21MarcoColParticipant05/18/2015 at 23:06Post count: 21
Another feedback from me, hopefully, anyone know an answer!
I noticed another strange situation:
The switch is turned off, then I connect the USB-power-suply and the Raspberry boots! But only until the Retripi-title-splash. Then I see the shutdown-command!
When I then switch it to on, nothing happens, without that fading LED.
If the switch is on and I then connect the USB-power-supy, the Raspberry boots too but then he will not shutdown.
I test all buttons with “jstest” and they work.
But the button I’ve chosen for Coin1, didn’t work in MAME?!
Also I can’t use and Exit-button, because I didn’t know where to connect to on the ControlBlock!
Or must I configure them in a config file?MarcoColParticipant05/17/2015 at 19:40Post count: 21
I remember that I must configure the keys in the ES-Config and then this works.
But when I there config them I have keys which I don’t know how to set them.
I have only that buttons:
4 x 1P-Axis
4 x 2P-Axis
Button 1P 1-5
Button 2P 1-5
Player 1 Start
Player 2 Start
Pause (where must I connect this on the ControlBlog?)
Exit (where must I connect this on the ControlBlog?)MarcoColParticipant03/25/2015 at 09:20Post count: 21
Thanks a lot for your details.
I found that out with the lower four attachements.
So I can have them connect to my buttons.
BUT: I have a cabinet for two players and have for each player a “Start”-Button, but no “Coin”-Key. So I saw, that there can be used a “shortcut”, pushing two switches (if I remember right “left” and “1”), to get the effect with the coin for Player1. Is there also a shortcut for Player2?
I also read, that some people connect the button for “Start-Player1” to “1Start” and “1Coin”?!MarcoColParticipant03/22/2015 at 09:24Post count: 21
Well, I found out, that there are shortcuts for the I-Pac2. Are they available too for the ControlBlock?
So the second question regaridng that:
I saw, that pressing first 1Player and hold it and pressing then 2Player, will bring the function of Exit.
So can I connect next of those two 1Player and 2Player buttons to cables to my exit-button, or isn’t that possible?
So like in my attachment.
Then 1Player get the function 1Player.
2Player get the function 2Player.
And 1Player&2Player get the function Exit.MarcoColParticipant03/09/2015 at 10:36Post count: 21MarcoColParticipant03/06/2015 at 15:36Post count: 21MarcoColParticipant02/20/2015 at 21:59Post count: 21MarcoColParticipant02/06/2015 at 16:06Post count: 21
I got the pi2 and with the image from two days ago it starts without problems.
I am completely new in this Raspberry-Area, but I think it’s a fantastic hobby which I want to learn. And for my latest project it seems to be the perfect solution. It’s a Retro-cabinet.
So with the new image for pi2, there are only a handfull emulators. How can I add all (or most of) those others?
Will there be a complete build like the old one, in the next time?