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SubjectRe: I have to install an entire emulator for that?? Reply to this message
Posted byTekhmaster
Posted on07/05/01 05:46 PM

> I would have thought there would be a PPC built in utility for that.
> Using PocketGB, I remap keys and get numbers, like up, down, left, right are
> 38,40,37,39 respectively. Are those the true arrow key ASCII codes? The reason
> being, if I am going to remap on my desktop, where I can only press a key on the
> keyboard, and then copy the .cfg to the PPC, I need to know which exact PC
> keyboard keys to set,
> > >Also, any way of finding out what button is mapped to what >keyboard key
> > equivalent on a PocketPC?
> >
> > I use Pocket NES for that purpose. Just start it, go to button mapping options
> > and you'll have a reading for each button you press.
> >
> http://www.gadgethome.net/Gm/gadget-cade.htm
The Button codes on the PocketPC are extended codes and may or may not be accessible on the standard keyboard.

The individual game cfg files overide the defualt.cfg.

If you can get to the MameUI(dip switch screen) inside the game then you can reprogram the Mame Keys to the buttons keys just by pressing on them.

Hope that helps.


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*Question about button mapping  GadgetMan07/05/01 01:59 PM
.*Re: Question about button mapping  Marconelly!07/05/01 02:49 PM
..*I have to install an entire emulator for that??  GadgetMan07/05/01 02:56 PM
....Re: I have to install an entire emulator for that??  Tekhmaster07/05/01 05:46 PM
....*Yes, but no....  GadgetMan07/05/01 05:53 PM
.....*Re: Yes, but no....  Anonymous07/05/01 06:11 PM
......*Re: Yes, but no....  Tekhmaster07/11/01 04:06 PM
.......*Re: Yes, but no....  GadgetMan07/11/01 07:39 PM