Mapping the home key and recorder does work in some other programs that allow you to remap the hardware buttons but for some reason they just would not map correctly in Mamece3. The only common thread is remapping those buttons work after the application has executed, otherwise if the offsets have been predefined in the source code those key will not work. I ran into the same problem with iMame. Also, Larry Banks referenced the home key having this problem with GAPI in Brighthand recently. PocketNES and other similar programs might just ignore GAPI when it comes to the hardware buttons. That's my only guess as to why they work better.
> > For all you Jornada 568 Users,
> > Here is the Official Release of MameCE3! :)
> > As Ottoman Pointed out, Button1 and the Record button don't seem to work with
> > GAPI, so the key layout is:
> > MameUI = Action
> > Button3 = Coin1, 1 Player start, and Fire Button2
> > Button4 = Fire Button1, 2 Player start, and MameUI Enter
> > Button2 = Escape to Game Menu
> > But multiple button presses do work!
> > Here is th full install in Cab format:
> > http://www.mameworld.net/mamece3/MameCE3.ARM.CAB
> > And here is just the EXE file:
> > http://www.mameworld.net/mamece3/MameCE3.exe
> > I will update the Web site and create the full exe installer at a later time.
> > Enjoy.
> > Cheers,
> > -Techmaster
> Excellent. The only thing is that i get a really bad clicking sound if i enable
> sound. Is anyone else getting this? Also I know that it's possible to map the
> record and home buttons, because PocketNES uses those with no problem, just a
> little FYI.
> This thing plays the games at great speeds and it plays great. Thanks