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SubjectRe: Yes, but no.... Reply to this message
Posted byAnonymous (12.84.11.226)
Posted on07/05/01 02:11 PM



> There's a button on the @migo for the UI screen, and I can scroll up and down
> between the choices, but no button on the unit (and there are 9 not counting the
> directional pad) to select, like enter on the PC.
>
> This is why I want to remap.
>
>
> > 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.
> >
> >
> > Cheers,
> > -Techmaster
> >
>
>
> http://www.gadgethome.net/Gm/gadget-cade.htm
>


I have an @migo, and have also been struggling with the same thing. The only way I've found to remap is through mame for windows and then copy the cfg file to my pocket pc.

Here's the coresponding values I've found:

LCTRL
ESC
3 or 1
TAB
ALT or 2

left, right, up, down are the same

I have yet to find (in PocketNES it shows the same address as the record button on the iPAQ), , or buttons.

No matter what button I put in the default config as the select button, it doesn't work.

For example if I set it as TAB which works as the key in games, it still will not act as select in the config menus on the @migo. Very strange to me.





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*Question about button mapping  GadgetMan07/05/01 09:59 AM
.*Re: Question about button mapping  Marconelly!07/05/01 10:49 AM
..*I have to install an entire emulator for that??  GadgetMan07/05/01 10:56 AM
...*Re: I have to install an entire emulator for that??  Tekhmaster07/05/01 01:46 PM
....*Yes, but no....  GadgetMan07/05/01 01:53 PM
......Re: Yes, but no....  Anonymous07/05/01 02:11 PM
......*Re: Yes, but no....  Tekhmaster07/11/01 12:06 PM
.......*Re: Yes, but no....  GadgetMan07/11/01 03:39 PM