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Old 17 May 2010, 18:40   #1
Heavy Stylus
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Problems with CD32 control mapping since upgrading to latest WINUAE :(

Today I updated to the latest build of WINUAE, and am having a right old nightmare trying to get the bloody CD32 pad controls mapped to the keyboard on my PC.

I managed to get them working last time I loaded the emulator up, but today the same config file is failing to recognise the key presses at all :P

Can someone take a look for me and tell me what I am doing wrong, or simply post back a working version?

FYI, I'd mapped red button to 0 (numpad), blue to . (numpad), yellow to Enter (numpad) and green to 3 (numpad).

Please someone help me to get this working again!
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Old 17 May 2010, 19:00   #2
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I don't see anything wrong. Make sure keyboard is enabled and possible other keyboards are disabled. Post winuaebootlog.txt.

You can also try latest beta because of new input map test function

EDIT: I think I know the problem: because keyboard on/off state was not saved to configuration (forgot? I don't know, 2.2 beta finally does it) and 2.1 introduced always-on rawkeyboard mode, rawkeyboard and "normal" keyboard enabled at the same time can cause problems. Workaround is to also your custom mappings to all listed keyboards.

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Old 17 May 2010, 19:12   #3
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I only have one keyboard!

Could having multiple instances of WINUAE open at the same time be the culprit?
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Old 17 May 2010, 19:14   #4
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Quote:
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I only have one keyboard!
You probably still have 2 keyboards listed in input panel (directinput keyboard and "raw" keyboard)

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Could having multiple instances of WINUAE open at the same time be the culprit?
Perhaps.
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Old 18 May 2010, 09:55   #5
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Perhaps.
Yes this was the issue :3

Interestingly, this didn't happen with the previous version I was using, and I actually find it quite handy to have more than one 'virtual amiga' running on my PC...

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Old 18 May 2010, 10:36   #6
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It might be accidental "bug", try duplicating it while logging is enabled (make sure both winuae instances have different current directory, two programs writing to same log won't work very well..)
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