you will be able to assign any button to a function(like play, pause etc.) but.... the gamepad will not call the functions while you´re playing... the only working function will be ALT+F(fullscreen/back to normal) but it depends on you where you assigned.Just out of curiosity, when the gamepad support is fully implemented will it be possible to assign button combos to each function or just a single press? I'm just wondering because obviously if you assign a button to fullscreen or something you dont want it toggling between fullscreen everytime you have to press that button for the actual game!
Cool, was just wondering 'cause it will be useful to be able to toggle fullscreen and exit via the controller (less keyboard usage the better :eyemove but my 360 controller doesnt really have any buttons that aren't already used by the emus (apart from maybe the analogue stick buttons, the only game i can think of that uses them is Ape Escape on the psx, but they may be quite easy to press unintentionally) so thats why I thought button combos might be a good idea (e.g start, select and R1 to toggle fullscreen and start, select and L1 to quit the emu).you will be able to assign any button to a function(like play, pause etc.) but.... the gamepad will not call the functions while you´re playing... the only working function will be ALT+F(fullscreen/back to normal) but it depends on you where you assigned.
That's @ruantec for you, selfless, faithful and always working hard to give us the best.no probl.... btw am working on a new version of it and i´ve changed some small things sofar but i don´t know if is worth to release it at this stage.. anyways the one i uploaded while i fixed the link has already some of the new stuff and things i fixed.
if you use cart based games you don´t need Daemon Tools as is only required for ePSXe anyways @ES will ask you to load Daemon tools if is not setup correctly.. anyways you can choose not to use it.Just a silly question, Why would @es use Daemon Tools? Ive only set up cart based emulators at this point so maybe I'm out of the loop but don't most if not all CD platform based emulators have an ISO reader built in? Thanks...
Another question, What is @es reading for names? For my SNES game I know the name is not based on header being my headers dont match the game name that is shows and how do i change the name it shows? Thanks
thanks!! i really appresiate that!! btw a new beta is comming soon with some more features. xDHi @ruantec, thanks a lot for creating this amzing app. I have no time or mood to test at the moment, but i will try it one day.
And just passed by to say Thanks,and really respect you a lot