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Old 23 June 2020, 00:03   #1
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Unhappy NUMPAD in games on ASUS Laptop doesn't work!?

Well. As the title says. I have a problem with NUMPAD on my ASUS laptop. It doesn't give any respons ingame.

I have tried this on my other laptop (Which also is an ASUS but newer) and it works fine, but on this one it just won't work. The keys work when I try them in a document in WinUAE and give the numbers.

I have removed the joystick emulation from using any keys at all but to no avail.

When I use TEST in WinUAE input it shows the buttons as NUMPAD0 - NUMPAD9 when I press the keys so they "look" like they should be ok, right?

I need a fix for this somehow since my favorite games are Civ, EoB 1-2 and Black Crypt and those are (specially eob and crypt) impossible to play without.

Anyone got any idea what I can do?
I've tried every config I could think of.

Pageup/down works as it should ingame for looking in different directions, only numpad that doesn't seem to register at all.
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Old 23 June 2020, 19:12   #2
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If you enter GUI (with F12) when game is running, does test still show correct NUMPAD1-9 or only when emulation has not been started?

Run winuae with -log -inputlog 1 command line parameters ("winuae -log -inputlog 1"), boot to your game config (make sure windowed mode is selected), then press numpad keys and check what gets logged.

Something like this should get logged:

Code:
36-507 [814 000-210]: HANDLE=1004a CODE=4c Flags=0 VK=65 MSG=100 EXTRA=0 SC=4c
36-797 [829 000-000]: HANDLE=1004a CODE=4c Flags=1 VK=65 MSG=101 EXTRA=0 SC=4c
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Old 23 June 2020, 23:54   #3
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If you enter GUI (with F12) when game is running, does test still show correct NUMPAD1-9 or only when emulation has not been started?

Run winuae with -log -inputlog 1 command line parameters ("winuae -log -inputlog 1"), boot to your game config (make sure windowed mode is selected), then press numpad keys and check what gets logged.

Something like this should get logged:

Code:
36-507 [814 000-210]: HANDLE=1004a CODE=4c Flags=0 VK=65 MSG=100 EXTRA=0 SC=4c
36-797 [829 000-000]: HANDLE=1004a CODE=4c Flags=1 VK=65 MSG=101 EXTRA=0 SC=4c
When pressing F12 and the game is running it still show NUMPAD0-9 (as I guess it should?).

Need to quit work before I can try out with the -log.
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Old 24 June 2020, 11:26   #4
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In Black Crypt You have option to configure keyboard controls, it should help in this game.
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Old 24 June 2020, 15:51   #5
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In Black Crypt You have option to configure keyboard controls, it should help in this game.
I do? Damn, how have I missed that? Going to check it out. Thanks.
EDIT: Well that works. I feel so stupid right now.
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