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oroninParticipant10/26/2015 at 17:14Post count: 5
Excellent, this should do.
I do have a question regarding syntax though. The video mentions that you can choose your exit button mapping by editing the file by entering J#B# at the appropriate line, but he also says you can map it to a keyboard key if you have one connected. I do have a keyboard constantly connected to the system and I think that just using that to exit would be best. what would the syntax be to tell it to reference the esc key on the keyboard for this command? Should the system be recognizing the keyboard as a “joystick” with some sort of mapping from a configuration process, or should it just read as a keyboard key? In other words, if I want esc on the keyboard to close out the rom and return to the main menu, how would you edit this:
Joy Mapping Stop = “”oroninParticipant10/25/2015 at 20:57Post count: 5
Thanks for the response :)
I tested the N64 controller with SNES and NES emulators, and the start button does not exit the rom. When I connect a SNES controller start+select at the same time seems to do the trick to exit SNES and NES while using emulators.
So it would seem that the N64 configuration is currently accepting the one button as an exit command. I think I read somewhere that the N64 emulators possibly only accept one key stroke and not a combination so that could be it. I am no expert by any means and I can’t even find the source where I read that. I think they were specific about the mupin64 emulator though.