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Old 18 January 2008, 21:27   #1
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Can I configure second fire button on keyboard?

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Some (very very few) games supported 2 fire buttons on the joystick as in fact in the Amiga DB9 joystick port there was a path for a second button (same as mouse right button - and maybe if I remember, a third button too).

Can I configure the joystick emulation through keyboard, to use one more button as a second fire button?

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Sure.

In Winuae properties, got to the Input section. In the drop down menu with Compatibility mode, select configuration 1 (or another if you want). In the drop down menu on the right, select keyboard.

You now have a list of keys. Select the one (input source, ie your keyboard keys) you want to assign the 2nd fire button to. In the drop down menu below select the button you want to assign the scroll list (joy2 2nd button for most games).
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