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Hello everyone! I'm having an issue binding the keys for RetroArch. I am unable to bind arrow keys; the bindings automatically say "Keypad 8" and so on. I have an Xtension Arcade Control Panel and I am unable to use it because it uses arrow keys whereas when I try and bind said arrow keys, it makes it a keypad instead of an arrow. Does anyone know how to bind to arrows and not the keypad? Also, is there anyway to clear all of the bindings for the hotkeys I don't need? My player 2 stick uses "F" which changes the full-screen mode and I'd like to clear that.
FYI: Noob here.... I have managed to setup Retroarch on Launchbox; however I am not able to play games accurately on my laptops keyboard as there is no configuration that I can access for the keys, it seems the option is grayed out. The only working keys for games on my keyboard I believe are: X, C, R, P (pause) Space (reset) and Shift, but I do not have access to a directional Pad either UP, DW, Left and Right don't do anything when pressed. Do I have to buy BigBox as the only way to access this configuration option ??? Please Help... Also I have tried a PC controller (PS3 style) from GameStop with no luck, but I anin't worried about that now.. If someone can guide me on a how to setup a keyboard Launchbox that would be highly appreciate it. Thank you
Launchbox with Retroarch with MAME2014 Libretro core I took a long break from configuring my arcade machine and recently dived back into it. I am running into a problem that I cannot seem to find an answer to so I thought I would come here to see if someone could help. The issue is that when I load up a game in Launcbox using the MAME2014 core, the global buttons are not being used by default, instead the buttons for the specific machine that I load are the ones being used. However, this is obviously very inconvenient because every time I fire up a game I have to go in and change each machines buttons configs through the quick menu screen within mame. Is there a setting that allows for all machine settings to be overwriting global settings?