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Old 01 August 2001, 11:35   #21
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The CD32 Joypad emulator is created by Jean Francois Fabre. I think it's called Fakepad

If you need the CD32 joypad (and there's no emulator that supports this joypad), boot into Workbench, run this program, then boot the CD32 game from Workbench

It's a long process, but it works
Old 01 August 2001, 12:04   #22
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The technically versed guys here on the forum might know the actual explanation, but I only know that "Flink CD32 does NOT harmonize with Fakepad". I tested it and the keys aren't accessible.
That's a fact.
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Wink I may be of some help

I have an HD version of Flink CD³² that I downloaded several months ago, and it has a small file named "JoystickFix" that allows proper control of the game I think. I can't remember what keys it uses to emulate the buttons, though. Would you like me to give you the file or the whole game?
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I do have the file "Joystick Fix", of course.
OK I'll repeat myself again: the Joystick Fix doesn't work with WinUAE.
I'd like to encourage you to try it out yourself. I tried it out back in 1999 and I know things *like that* haven't changed in WinUAE, while other things have.

With the Joystick Fix, the keyboard gets completely turned upside-down. Sorry.
I could get the game started with my flight (!) joystick and button #3 or #4, but that was just accomplished by pure luck and mustn't be understood as a general solution fo various systems.
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A while ago I was asking all around how to make Litil Divil cd32 ISO to work in uae (almost gone crazy) I succeeded!
Here is how: I mounted the iso with deamon tools, then I took the standard AGA config, added PCI drives at startup, then I put WB31 in df0. When workbech appeared, I just clicked the Litil Divil icon and I was in the game.

I had full controls on keyboard (ctrl, cursor keys).

But I had no sound! Does somebody knows hot to manage this problem?
I also tried the same proced. with IK+ (dont know if is a cdtv or cd32 iso) and I worked also (full control on keyboard), but there I had sound. Why?

But anyway, a lot of time and nerves spent (for actually crappie game what Litil D. is).
I can hardly wait that uae gets a cd32 support...
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Flink was one of the exceptions i was talking about. I don't think there was that many games that needed the cd32 control pad though.
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Wing Comamnder and Guardian utilized it as well...
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