Sorgelig wrote:Of course you need to bind it. It's a little tricky. You need to assign L1 and R1 before to prevent it registered while assigning OSD button. Usually i assign L1/R1 as mouse buttons L/R, so when it will come to OSD button you will be able the press both these buttons and they will be ignored and at the end press the Start which will trigger new code which will be registered as OSD.
I think the key combo is causing an input code that does the same thing as ESC. I have discovered that, after deleting all of the input binding files, pressing L+R+Start is not actually binding, but cancelling the binding process. I can get the menus to change without binding anything at all. If you bind everything in the C64 core and try the combo, the cursor blinks, which is the same behavior as pressing ESC(which I guess is Run/Stop). I'm curious how you would get something that cancels the binding process to bind.