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  1. I had an old version of JoyToKey I enjoyed for the longest, and even downloaded a batch file someone made here to close off JoyToKey after I closed out a game, but seems that old JoyToKey I had was made for Controllers via USB and not ones using Bluetooth such as XBOX One S Controllers & etc. I have installed the latest JoyToKey in which I would make copies of them and place them with game folder of whatever game I set the profile to it to avoid any conflicted settings, but seems these days they have JoyToKey not only with the ability to detect Bluetooth Controllers, but seemed to make itself even more complicated by somehow taking all profiles you set to your Documents folder, no matter if you made copies of JoyToKey for certain games set to a single profile setting, it seems to automatically at times shift to a different profile you made with another copy of JoyToKey elsewhere. Not only that, but now they bug you to register for a full version after a while in which I plan to do so once I can fully understand the new complicated way they do this software now. So either I get understanding the new JoyToKey in the best way to be used with LaunchBox, or accept any alternative methods recommended to me by some of you out there who can give these classics a modern feel with such ease that allows me to fully use Xinput Bluetooth controllers all the way to the Z-Axis Triggers and every other part without limitations so I can play Pinball games and First-Person Shooters as if it they made for consoles instead of being stuck to keyboard and mouse. I totally wish at times LaunchBox had its own Keymapper built in for various computer-based games though. It would make things so much easier
  2. one problem I run into all the time with emulators and pc games is if the controller isn't turned on \ plugged in before I start said application then it doesn't see it at all after I do turn on the controller. This was the main reason I went to retroarch for emulation and also why I also started using retroarch for mame. There are still other emulators and plenty of pc games I play. But having to quit then restart or if a second player wants to join just to get the controllers recognized. Sometimes the controller settings get wiped and I have to set it up all over again. Is there a program like x360ce but for dinput so I can setup a "virtual" controller then emulator/game thinks is always plugged in? Like x360ce setup multiple controllers player1, player2, etc. So I can just start these applications then pick up my wireless Xbox 360 controller turn it on and start playing?
  3. Hi Everyone, My setup consists of 4 xinmo joystick controllers. Running windows 10. Windows 10 has successfully configured the sticks numbering them 1-4 I am trying to configure xpadder or antimicro. I cannot save button config files and auto_launch profiles. Does anyone have a quick tutorial I can follow that shows 2 controllers setup simultaneously from the same keyboard, with auto_launching so that the profiles change with each game being loaded. cheers Bman
  4. Hi, i'm really enjoying this program, but i'm gettin an error every time i try to enter in the option menu to change the controller configuration, Launchbox crashes and says that Xinput Directx installation is damaged ("your xinput directx's installation is damaged, please reinstall Direcxt 9 End-User Runtimes from Microsoft"), I've already tried to reinstall direcxt as suggested but the driver it's already updated (I've reinstalled LB too), what can I do? my system is windows10 N and i'm using version 7.9, thanks in advance, kindly regards. p.s. in a bartop machine is possible to run 8bitdo controllers together with bartop sticks controller? thanks and sorry for my english
  5. hi guys, posted this at dolphin forums. posting this here as it's a little more active here and more likely someone encountered the same problems. My google-fu failed me to find a solution for this Setup: I'm using Dolphin 5.0, with 2 ds4 controllers via ds4windows. I have 3 profiles setup, and each game with it's own profile. The problem: Every time I connect my ds4 controller, it seems to assign a new xinput (between 0 and 3). Because of this, I often have to re-open dolphin, and save the already-existing profile to the current xinput. Otherwise the profile won't read as the .ini is associated to 1 specific xinput. Is there anyway to save multiple xinputs to 1 profile, or other solution? Frustrating to launch a multiplayer wii game from bigbox, only to have to exit, open dolphin, and change both controller profiles. Thanks again
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