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Hi, I recently installed Colleen on my JXD78000b tablet. The Emulator runs quite nice, but I can't figure out how to properly assign hardware controls. The JXD has a lot of physical buttons and a gamepad and analog sticks. So far I was only able to assign the joystick to the gamepad and the fire button to one of the buttons (but not to the one I'd prefer). It would be fantastic if there was a way to assign also the function keys (like start/option/seelct) and some common keyboard keys to the buttons. Even better if there were game specific settings. Did anyone figure out if that's possible at all? Thanks a lot!
I have been using WinArcadia for a while now, primarily as a game development tool. I bought a Logitech F310 Gamepad to try playing some older games with it, but I am completely stumped about how to get the controls working properly. I have looked at all the settings on WinArcadia that I can find but nothing there seems to help. Some functions seem to work. The left joystick will move things around but pressing it down seems to reset the game which is beyond annoying. The Windows hardware settings don't seem to be much help either. I'm new to all these levels of complexity, and I'm probably overlooking something obvious, so any help would be appreciated.
I have come to the conclusion that I don't really like the gamepad. It's just too damn bulky and annoying. There isn't really a game that I wouldn't rather play with a pro controller. I'm one of the biggest Wii U fans out there, I got mine on launch day, and have bought several for friends and family since. I think there are some cool uses for it sometimes, like touching the platforms to extend them in Super Mario Bros 3D world, or blowing on the mic in the same game (could have been done on a pro controller.) Also, a house guest knocked my gamepad off my coffee table and now the left control stick won't depress, which really only affects certain titles like AC games and such that use every button. Nintendo wants $75 to fix it which is crazy because it's likely a $5 plastic part. So the expense/durability thing is an issue. Lastly I don't think the second screen thing on a controller is a bad idea, I just think the gamepad went about it the wrong way, I think it should have been like a pro controller with a flip up part about the size of a 3DS XL screen that you could lock into place. All in all it's been annoying to have to keep it near me to mess with it when I mostly just want to play with my pro controller. Also, not all games supporting off screen play is a pain (should be mandatory) and I wish the range was just a little bit further so I could play upstairs in bed. Oh well, how is everyone else feeling about the gamepad these days?