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Old 19 May 2015, 05:53   #121
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Are these still available? I was thinking about writing a review for http://cd32.co.uk

Hi,

I still have these for sale on my webpage...

http://www.kipper2k.com/psx.html
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Old 19 May 2015, 06:03   #122
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Hi,

I still have these for sale on my webpage...

http://www.kipper2k.com/psx.html
Thanks, do you mind if I write a review on the site for it? I can send you a preview link for the review before I publish it.
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Old 19 May 2015, 06:04   #123
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Thanks, do you mind if I write a review on the site for it? I can send you a preview link for the review before I publish it.
Hi,

That's fine, be gentle
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Old 19 May 2015, 11:41   #124
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I still have these for sale on my webpage...

http://www.kipper2k.com/psx.html
Can the up direction be mapped to button X? If so I'm in for two of these next month.
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Can the up direction be mapped to button X? If so I'm in for two of these next month.
Take my word for it - yes you can. I gave the button mapping function a test on some single button platformers and racing games (so that jump/accelerate was R and duck/brake was L). You can even map UP/DOWN to a button that isn't used (say, blue/second fire) in order to make sure you can't accidentally hit those functions when you're using the pad.
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Perfect. That's exactly what I'm looking for. Good Zipstiks are getting more expensive but there are millions of PS2 pads out there.

Now it's the long wait till pay day....
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I still have these for sale on my webpage...

http://www.kipper2k.com/psx.html
Are these still available?
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Old 13 October 2017, 02:36   #128
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I'm keen on getting something like this for my CD32. PSX/PS2 controllers are readily available and have all the buttons in the right places.

I don't suppose anyone else has found code/schematics to make some of these up? If kipper2k is reading would it be possible to release the code or does that belong to Paul Willingham?

Otherwise I guess the specs for the CD32 controller and PSX controller are readily available so I could look at reinventing the wheel sometime in the future.

EDIT: looks like this circuit will do the trick: http://aminet.net/package/docs/hard/appe_v32 would still be nice to have all the features of the improved one though

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I'm keen on getting something like this for my CD32. PSX/PS2 controllers are readily available and have all the buttons in the right places.

I don't suppose anyone else has found code/schematics to make some of these up? If kipper2k is reading would it be possible to release the code or does that belong to Paul Willingham?

Otherwise I guess the specs for the CD32 controller and PSX controller are readily available so I could look at reinventing the wheel sometime in the future.

EDIT: looks like this circuit will do the trick: http://aminet.net/package/docs/hard/appe_v32 would still be nice to have all the features of the improved one though
I ended up getting one of these:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Amiga-CD32...IAAOxyOlhStDmY

Then I just got a PS2 pad to use, worked a treat on my CD32 and Amiga.
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Old 13 October 2017, 10:31   #130
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Oh cool thanks - I didn't realise they were still for sale
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