These are almost finished for next week, and will be going to HeavyStylus on Monday for ByteBack.
PDF manual attached. It's not the very final version.
The features which we ended up with were quite extensive. Rather than people saying, "Can I have X button do XYZ," it can be fully reconfigured on the fly. There's about 20 or commands which are entered through the pad, just have a read of the manual.
- * Features *
Atari style joystick emulation with thumbpad
Atari ST mouse emulation with thumbstick and thumbpad
Fully assignable fire buttons
Fully assignable autofire buttons
Fully assignable leftright buttons (e.g. HyperSports)
FIRE1 mapped to pin-6 (left button)
FIRE2 mapped to Pin-9 (right button)
FIRE3 mapped to Pin-5 (middle button, 7800 FIRE2)
Amiga 3-button mouse emulation
Tested with Atari ST, Amiga, Commodore-64, Sinclair Spectrum
Compatible with Atari 7800 (uses pin-5)
Fully user configurable
Four savable user setups
Original 'factory' setups recoverable
Draws 30mA 5v in operation
Extremely small and tidy, it couldn't be smaller
This follows on from the old thread : viewtopic.php?f=15&t=15865