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So I just got going with BigBox and I'm loving everything so far. But I need one thing to work that I'm having a helluva time with. Basically I have an Xbox360 Arcade Stick plugged in at all times as my go-to player1 controller. Works great in BigBox/Emulators. Fantastic. Now, I also want a 2nd controller that I can keep plugged in as player2, which is a PS4 dualshock controller. It's working... kind of. I'm able to use the player2 (PS4) controller in BigBox, but the button mappings are off. In particular the start button is mapped to L2 and no button combos seem to execute the emulator shutdown command (set to back + start on my xbox360 player1 controller). So, that's a problem. Why don't i just launch games with the player1 controller, you ask? Well, because I don't only want the player2 controller for an ACTUAL player2, but also as an alternative controller (when I want to use the pad rather than arcade stick). If I can even sort this bit of business out, my next problem is in Retroarch. Retroarch registers the player2 (PS4) controller fine, but when I start a game with it, it apparently sets it as player1, but of course I want to have different button mappings which I would set to player2 in Retroarch, but it's forcing player1's mappings. Any help with any of this would be greatlly appreciated.
I have an IPAC Ultimate in an arcade cabinet, and would like to use the following with Mame and RetroArch - Two 8 way 6 button digital setups (P1, P2) - Up to 2 PS3 controllers (Xinput as X360) - One Thrustmaster wheel (recognized as wheel, but could be mapped to joypad) - One Dolphinbar with 2x wiimotes (used as real wiimote for wii games, and as a mouse for MAME shooters) Any thoughts or best practice keyboard layouts? Walkthroughts that helped you, maybe? Should I say to hell with the whole thing and use a software like XPadder? I'm trying to create a key bind that works for all emulators is proving to be a huge headache. Thanks for your input