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Old 19 June 2018, 15:59   #1
Bouncycheetah
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Assigning same function to two different buttons?

Hello Peeps,

I was just wondering if it is possible to assign the same function to two different buttons on Winuae?

Specifically I want to assign up to both the up button on a Windows D-Pad and to the A Button on the pad. This is so I can use the A button to jump, whilst also allowing me to press up to climb ladders on Prehistorik.

Is it possible?

I only seem to be able to assign one function to one button.
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Old 19 June 2018, 18:19   #2
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Yes.

If you mean Game Ports panel custom option: left click select already existing event (that is under Amiga input target you want to add new event), click Remap button and press other button/key/direction you want to add and finally press F12 to cancel Remap mode.

Input panel: use select menu that has values from 1 to 8 to select another free slot.
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Old 20 June 2018, 10:49   #3
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Thank you, brother.
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