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jotd 23 June 2018 22:29

joystick/joypad settings resetting & other strange effects
 
The problem existed before, but is still here with WinUAE 4.0.0


Plug the joypad, and use "CD32" mode (instead of default)


Now unplug the joypad: the setting warps to "numerical keyboard", okay, but the CD32 mode now switches to "default". Plugging the joypad back doesn't reset to CD32


CD32 shouldn't be changed, since keyboard or joypad, there's support for this mode.


Another strange thing I have found is that in some cases, the joypad fire button (not the other controls, not the other buttons) is still active even if the setting is set to "keyboard". Not a real issue, but can make you wonder why directions don't work but fire does...

Toni Wilen 24 June 2018 18:11

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Originally Posted by jotd (Post 1250174)
Now unplug the joypad: the setting warps to "numerical keyboard", okay, but the CD32 mode now switches to "default".

When unplugged, previous setting is returned (previous = either default or default.uae or previously loaded config or previously unplugged). There is small queue that stores old settings that is checked when new device gets plugged in.

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Plugging the joypad back doesn't reset to CD32

CD32 shouldn't be changed, since keyboard or joypad, there's support for this mode.
This is a bug, type and autofire was not restored from queued data. (winuae.7z fixes this now)

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Another strange thing I have found is that in some cases, the joypad fire button (not the other controls, not the other buttons) is still active even if the setting is set to "keyboard". Not a real issue, but can make you wonder why directions don't work but fire does...
You need to find some test case. Does Test mode also show the mapping? Does Input panel show the extra mapping?


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