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Old 14 September 2017, 03:39   #141
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Firstly thank you to you Ransom specifically and all the others generally that contribute here.

Feedback on games testing:
Defender Of The Crown.uae - mouse doesnt work even when USB mouse plugged in.
Defender Of The Crown [HDF].uae mouse doesnt work even when USB mouse plugged in.
Final Fight.uae - Screen size too big - text goes above the screen
Football Manager 2.uae - stuck on selecting team screen. Down/Up doesn't work regardless of config
Xenon 2 (2 Disk) [HDF].uae - after initial loading game screen error on workbench "exception "illegal instruction" ($10) at $64260 occured
Defender Of The Crown.uae - FIXED
Defender Of The Crown [HDF].uae - Mouse works. (Check Input TAB/ Port0: Nubs as mouse)
Defender Of The Crown [CDTV].uae - FIXED
Defender Of The Crown (CDTV) [HDF].uae - Mouse works (Check Input TAB/ Port0: Nubs as mouse)
Final Fight.uae - FIXED
Football Manager 2.uae - FIXED (Controlled with mouse)
Xenon 2 (2 Disk) [HDF].uae - There is known problems with this game use Xenon 2 (1 Disk) [HDF].uae instead.

Extract Game Fixes_ZoneCoach.7z to your C Drive
Copy all .uae files to /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/amiga
(overwrite old file "YES")
Restart Emulation Station
And you're done.

These Fixes will also be added to Update Pack 2 which is still work in progress.
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Old 14 September 2017, 07:06   #142
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Xbox 360 Wired Controller Button Mappings

Alright, here are the button mappings for Xbox 360 Wired Controller:

0=A
1=B
2=X
3=Y
4=LB
5=RB
6=LT
7=RT
8=SELECT
9=START
10=XBOX
11=L3
12=R3

For those unfamiliar with editing the game config ... (Windows peeps)

1) Fire up your Pi.
2) When you see the main RetroPie UI, open a Windows Explorer window and type \\RETROPIE
3) Navigate to ROMS->AMIGA
4) Find the config file for the game to change; open it in NOTEPAD (or other pure text editor - not Wordpad or any other goofy editor - I'm a Notepad++ guy personally).
5) Find this block:
Code:
; host-specific
key_for_menu=293
key_for_quit=0
button_for_menu=9
button_for_quit=8
6) Change the button_for_* to match the number above (I have quit as SELECT and menu as START).
7) Save the config file
8) Start the game on your Pi.
9) Confirm your settings have changed.
10) Profit ... or something
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Old 14 September 2017, 08:42   #143
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Defender Of The Crown.uae - FIXED
Defender Of The Crown [HDF].uae - Mouse works. (Check Input TAB/ Port0: Nubs as mouse)
Defender Of The Crown [CDTV].uae - FIXED
Defender Of The Crown (CDTV) [HDF].uae - Mouse works (Check Input TAB/ Port0: Nubs as mouse)
Final Fight.uae - FIXED
Football Manager 2.uae - FIXED (Controlled with mouse)
Xenon 2 (2 Disk) [HDF].uae - There is known problems with this game use Xenon 2 (1 Disk) [HDF].uae instead.

Extract Game Fixes_ZoneCoach.7z to your C Drive
Copy all .uae files to /home/pi/RetroPie/roms/amiga
(overwrite old file "YES")
Restart Emulation Station
And you're done.

These Fixes will also be added to Update Pack 2 which is still work in progress.
Fantastic - thank you. Will keep testing when I next get a gap
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Old 14 September 2017, 22:58   #144
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Sadly, image is too big for my brand new 128GB SanDisk SD.
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Old 14 September 2017, 23:08   #145
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Working on a tool ...

I'm working on a tool to compliment Ultimate Amiga for Pi.

The goal is to make game maintenance easy. Quickly remove games you don't want. Easily rename games (and their configs at once). Help ransom come up with a unified update package system where you can simply download a zip, feed it to the tool - and it does the rest (maybe come up with another way of getting the updates out). Letting you easily change your QUIT/MENU keys. That sort of thing.

No exact deliverable date - but should be soon. I'm working with ransom offline and I've written several of these sort of utilities so I have a lot of reusable code kicking around.

I see the tool's main use as a clean means of mass deleting (weapons of mass-deleting?) and deploying updates. The rest will be gravy
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Old 15 September 2017, 00:54   #146
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Sadly, image is too big for my brand new 128GB SanDisk SD.
Fits on my 128GB card just fine.
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Old 15 September 2017, 00:55   #147
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i'm working on a tool to compliment ultimate amiga for pi.

The goal is to make game maintenance easy. Quickly remove games you don't want. Easily rename games (and their configs at once). Help ransom come up with a unified update package system where you can simply download a zip, feed it to the tool - and it does the rest (maybe come up with another way of getting the updates out). Letting you easily change your quit/menu keys. That sort of thing.

No exact deliverable date - but should be soon. I'm working with ransom offline and i've written several of these sort of utilities so i have a lot of reusable code kicking around.

I see the tool's main use as a clean means of mass deleting (weapons of mass-deleting?) and deploying updates. The rest will be gravy

NICE!!!!!!!

...editing the above for all caps is a nightmare btw... hence this extra text down here to help make it happen....

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Old 15 September 2017, 00:56   #148
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It is a shame that SD cards are not all equal in actual available free space. I had several 64GB cards that couldn't handle a majority of the 64GB images out there.
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It is a shame that SD cards are not all equal in actual available free space. I had several 64GB cards that couldn't handle a majority of the 64GB images out there.

Damn. Sounds like you need a bigger card.
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I should of said at the start i use a cheap micro 128gb sandisk for my image. But yes all brand micros are slightly different size which is annoying..
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It would be great, if editing the individual game settings/botton mappings in the emulator menu (F12) would be saved and recognized. But at this time it doesnt use custom button-mappings.

I had the problem with a too small 128GB sd card, as well.. i wanted to flash the image with "etcher" on my card but it was not possible.. after trying "Win32DiskImager" it worked flashing the image to the card without problems.
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I'm working on a tool to compliment Ultimate Amiga for Pi.

The goal is to make game maintenance easy. Quickly remove games you don't want. Easily rename games (and their configs at once). Help ransom come up with a unified update package system where you can simply download a zip, feed it to the tool - and it does the rest (maybe come up with another way of getting the updates out). Letting you easily change your QUIT/MENU keys. That sort of thing.

No exact deliverable date - but should be soon. I'm working with ransom offline and I've written several of these sort of utilities so I have a lot of reusable code kicking around.

I see the tool's main use as a clean means of mass deleting (weapons of mass-deleting?) and deploying updates. The rest will be gravy

This sounds fantastic, let me know if you need testers.
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Ultimate Amiga for Raspberry Pie 3 v1.0 [Update Pack 2] [RELEASED]

Ultimate Amiga for Raspberry Pie 3 v1.0 [Update Pack 2] [RELEASED]

... 236 Games Added
... 47 Games Updated

Bringing the total game count to 6,100 now.

All games have been tested and work properly. I have attached the notes for the update showing what is added & updated.

People who have the main image will know where to find the update.

Thank you to DamienD for providing quality WINAUE ADF's/HDF's & Configs. Most games configs converted easily over to the Pie, There were quite a few configs though that I had to change for them to be compatible with the pie.

Have fun..

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Thank you to DamienD for providing quality WINAUE ADF's & Configs.
...and you've used many of my .HDFs too it seems
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...and you've used many of my .HDFs too it seems
Correct. Adjusting top post
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Old 18 September 2017, 13:10   #156
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That's brilliant ransom1212! Thx to you DamienD for your hdfs too!
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