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About chadcabrera

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  1. I don't know if you'd want to make this universal, but for Game Boy Advance, the keymapping I came up with is 2, 0, 8, 10, 1, 11. This makes it so that you can use the select button which is now mapped to A. So it's A=select, B=B, C=A, X=L, Y=Turbo B, Z=R. You lose the Turbo A function but since A is usually jump, I figured I wouldn't need it. Having the Turbo B button on Y also makes it so you can shoot and press the shoulder buttons at the same time (Y+X or Y+Z) for games that require it (like Metroid: Zero Mission). For GB/GBC, I made it 2, 0, 8, 10, 1, 9 so I can use A as the select button (for switching weapons in Metroid II) and have the turbo buttons above B and C.
  2. You're correct about the order of the mapping and I was able to remap the buttons exactly how I wanted it very easily with your explanation. Thank you so much! I've also discovered that with the default 2600 settings, you can press x to set the left difficulty switch to a and press y to set it to b. I couldn't find which buttons toggle the right difficulty switch so I guess that needs to be mapped manually.
  3. Hi all, newbie here. I just wanted thank everyone who contributed to this project for all the work you did! I got my LFB a week ago (after some issues with customs) and I'm really loving it. I've been playing with the wireless Retro-Bit controller (you have to plug in the dongle to another power source), which works fine except the C button randomly registers as the start button from time to time. I think it happens more often in some games more than others but it's easy enough to work around. I also have a couple questions: How do you remap the select button in place of one of the turbo buttons for GB/GBC/GBA games? The select button on the Retro-Bit works but it also brings up the LFB menu so it keeps pausing gameplay. Also, how do you use the difficulty switches for 2600 games? Thanks again!
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