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  1. Hey guys, I can't change disks using the RocketLauncher pause menu when running multi-disk Amiga games through WinUAE. I disabled the pause function in WinUAE because my RL Pause menu is activated by the pause button on the keyboard. So, that isn't a problem any longer. But when I select the second disk, it doesn't do anything at all. It just takes me back to the emulator and no disks are swapped. Thanks!
  2. Does anyone know how to start Winuae into full screen? i changed it to full screen in the settings, closed the emulator properly, and still it opens in small screen. i was thinking i could put a command line but i wouldnt know where to start.
  3. Morning fellow Arcadian's As the title points out I currently have an issue with my Xbox Wireless Controller (Bluetooth) with connection to the emulator WinUAE (current version v3.4.0), when launching through Launchbox (current version as of 28/02/17). I currently have Launchbox setup to launch all my emulators and games via Rocketlauncher (current version v1.0.1.10 with latest driver updates as of 28/02/17). Now all the other emulators I have installed and setup through Rocketlauncher work without a hitch with my Xbox Wireless Controller. I have read up that WinUAE is susceptible to issues with the Xbox Wireless Controller via bluetooth and in order to get round this you need to put the following parameter '-norawhid' in at execution. I have tried this on the standalone WinUAE (applied to the icon startup parameter field), and this works perfectly with the Xbox Wireless Controller. However I cannot seem to pass the '-norawhid' within the Launchbox emulator setup area for Rocketlauncher. Just to explain how I have setup Launchbox with Rocketlauncher a bit more clearly. I have Rocketlauncher as my only emulator for all the associated systems/platforms that I use in Launchbox and within the 'Associated Platforms' field in Launchbox I pass the following command line to Rocketlauncher: -f "Z:\Launchbox\Launchbox,exe" -p RocketLauncherUI -s "Commodore Amiga" -r This command then works in conjunction with the Rocketlauncher's setup for the platform (i.e.), 'Commodore Amiga' which I have left as default...due to the complexity of Rocketlauncher and my shameful small understanding of this beast!! Now I have tried placing the parameter '-norawhid' into this commandline, but it does not register on the excution of WinUAE via Rocketlauncher and as mentioned my understanding of Rocketlauncher is severely limit. I cannot seem to understand how to enter additional parameters to the WinUAE (Commodore Amiga), platform in Rocketlauncher at all....aaaahhh!!!! As I've mentioned above this setup works with no problems with all the other platforms setup with Launchbox/Rocketlauncher - so my question (which I can appreciate may be more a Rocketlauncher forum topic!), has anyone else had this issue of passing the '-norawhid' parameter in a similar scenario and succeeded or can anyone shed a light on my frustration due to my limited abilities here?? Many thanks in advance - Chris C. Software used version recap: Launchbox - v7.7 Rocketlauncher - v1.0.1.10 + Latest Drivers WinUAE - v3.4.0
  4. I was looking for a way to display some info - mainly easily forgotten key combinations - while playing games with WinUAE through Launchbox. WinUAE is using rawinput so it can't accept directinput commands from Autohotkey. Searching through the http://eab.abime.net i came upon a script which uses the WinUAE Pipe to get events from Autohotkey. I modified the script so when i press button 16 on my 4th gamepad, WinUAE goes into window mode, a message is displayed with some helpful info and waits for me to press OK (the game is still running normally in the background). Pressing OK makes WinUAE to revert to fullscreen mode. If you want to modify the script to send different events to WinUAE, all the events WinUAE accepts are listed here: https://github.com/tonioni/WinUAE/blob/master/inputevents.def #NoEnv ;Display Help Info #IfWinActive, ahk_Exe WinUAE64.exe 4joy16:: WinUAE("EVT SPC_TOGGLEFULLSCREEN 1") MsgBox,,INFO,Use END+(1 to 0) to swap disks WinUAE("EVT SPC_TOGGLEFULLSCREEN 1") return #IfWinActive WinUAE(command) { VarSetCapacity(result, 4096) if !DllCall("CallNamedPipe", "str", "\\.\pipe\WinUAE" , "astr", command, "int", StrPut(command, "cp0") , "ptr", &result, "int", 4096 , "uint*", bytesRead, "uint", 1) throw Exception("CallNamedPipe failed with error " A_LastError) return RegExReplace(StrGet(&result, bytesRead, "cp0"), "\R$") } NOTE: I use WinUAE64. If you use the 32-bit WinUAE you must change the second line to read #IfWinActive, ahk_Exe WinUAE.exe
  5. Name: Amiga CD32 + WinUAE + Launcbox Category: Tutorials Date Added: 2016-09-05 Submitter: locvez Hi folks, I have created a small, basic tutorial that shows how to setup WinUAE to run cd32 games and integrate into launchbox. I used the freely available TOSEC set on the internet archive library to test games I own and they come in a lovely zip file which I extracted to their own folders giving .cue and .bin files. Setup WinUAE, pull the .cue's into launchbox, and enjoy! Criticism of the video welcome, it is my first ever upload, thanks. Amiga CD32 + WinUAE + Launcbox
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