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john4p 25 May 2009 13:35

Auto auto fire?
 
In many shoot'em ups like Battle Squadron or SWIV (but not R-Type) you usually don't wanna release fire. For these games it would be more comfortable that instead of having to hold down a firebutton (with assigned autofire) the whole time you could just push an "auto autofire"-button once that activates autofire for "fire1" until you push the button again to deactivate the autofire again - just like with the autofire-switch on Quickshot joysticks.

I've met this option in the PC-Engine-emulator HuE for PSP. And it was really relaxing playing Raiden with nothing but my left thumb...

Could you add this in a future version? (Or has it already been added which I wouldn't know since I'm still very happy with WinUAE v1.4.6...)

s2325 25 May 2009 13:51

Easiest way is match between the keys...

john4p 25 May 2009 14:25

Yes, I thought of that, too. Also placing something heavy on a key is an option.

Still I'd prefer a software-solution. ;)

Toni Wilen 25 May 2009 16:55

I hated joysticks that had that kind of autofire. (and then I modified them)

john4p 25 May 2009 18:41

Me, too. I was happy when I finally found a Competition Pro that had autofire only as long as you'd press a button.

Still for some games the constant autofire is comfortable - almost solely shoot'em ups where you never need "single fire" or "hold fire" and never need to stop shooting.

Toni Wilen 06 June 2009 13:14

Implemented in 1.6.1b2 (not exactly like you asked but can be used for "toggle-autofire")

john4p 22 January 2010 08:50

Sorry, I have missed your update. Just found it in 2.0.2 beta 4. Thanks a bunch - works perfect! :great

Quote:

Originally Posted by Toni Wilen
not exactly like you asked but can be used for "toggle-autofire"

No, it is exactly what I asked for! :great


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