squall wrote:You can adjust the volume of the MIDI synth in the MIDI settings (Volume Gain).
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This software is fantastic! Thanks to all involved. My original ST boots up but won't read disks, so I've downloaded this app. It works at treat with chromecast and my sixaxis controller for joystick controlled games but I can't get the PS3 controller to control the mouse in mouse driven games like Midwinter and Star Wars. Either there's no response or the mouse moves across the screen and won't stop until I depress the R3 button. I've configured the keys, used the Old mouse behaviour, used the sixaxis tool to sync. What have I missed?
(oddly, on the copy protection screen on MidWinter, the mouse control works perfectly but not in game)
Cyprian wrote:Would be possible to auto hide Hataroid buttons in fullscreen mode e.g. after 5 seconds?
They are a bit annoying during watching demos.
what do you think about adding CRT TV filters?
http://filthypants.blogspot.com/2010/12 ... -snes.html
Cyprian wrote:Another question.
In the GEM dialog boxes have a default button ("OK" on the screen shot below), which can be activated with "Return"/"Enter" key . This is a cool feature due to it's easier/quicker close a dialog box with "Return" than use a mouse.
I see an empty button near to "Alt" and "LSft", maybe would be possible to have "Return"/"Enter" key there.
squall wrote:You can customize what those buttons do in the options:
Settings -> Input -> Configure Shortcut Keys:
- Click 'New' to create a new mapping that you can modify
- Select a button you want to remap and choose the key you want it to use
Cyprian wrote:Great. Would be cool to have also additional options like Pause, Cold Reset, Warm Reset etc. under "Configure Shortcut Keys".
One more question, would be possible to add a new button - left mouse button double click? That feature is implemented in Hatari (under middle mouse button) and it's usefull in Gem applications.
Thanks for the image. I had no idea you did the original picture! It's actually perfect for what I wanted to do and was actually the first thing I put in hataroid when I did the initial port a couple of years ago. But I got the picture from this link and thought it was someone else who did it:
Eero Tamminen wrote:Compatibility of the latest EmuTOS snapshot (2016-04-17) is really good. Only things that still don't work are:
* STOS programs requiring a specific TOS version for joystick & keyboard input
Omikronman wrote:The emulator is working, but even if I turn off all write protections in the settings menu the emulator is not able to write to my gemdos drive. What am I doing wrong?
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