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configuring xbox one controller with retroarch

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1 minute ago, lordmonkus said:

Well your issue isn't a Launchbox issue, it's a Retroarch and your controller issue so you didn't waste your money.

Ya i like having everything in one emulator though.  Im going to keep messing with things and try and get them to work.  Are there any guides or tutorials on this?

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I did a guide here

Give the nightly build of Retroarch a try, as I am responding to your posts I have been setting it up and it's just working right out of the box minus my personal tweaks.

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9 minutes ago, lordmonkus said:

I will try that right now and let you know how it goes

Give the nightly build of Retroarch a try, as I am responding to your posts I have been setting it up and it's just working right out of the box minus my personal tweaks.

 

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23 minutes ago, chronichemp said:

 

i tried it, sadly it did not work.  It works fine in the menus but in game the buttons wont work, for example i found out i can only jump if i hold rb and hit B

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Ok there is a feature for people who want to hold the right trigger and use the A B X Y as the C buttons but still the analog stick is default for me.

With an N64 game loaded open the quick menu with F1 the go to Controls, scroll down and you should find the binds for player 1 and there you should find the settings for your C buttons and the analog stick.

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18 minutes ago, lordmonkus said:

Ok there is a feature for people who want to hold the right trigger and use the A B X Y as the C buttons but still the analog stick is default for me.

With an N64 game loaded open the quick menu with F1 the go to Controls, scroll down and you should find the binds for player 1 and there you should find the settings for your C buttons and the analog stick.

then i save the config and it always launches with that emulator?

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Just now, chronichemp said:

then i save the config and it always launches with that emulator?

also should analog to digital be none or left analog

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23 minutes ago, lordmonkus said:

Ok there is a feature for people who want to hold the right trigger and use the A B X Y as the C buttons but still the analog stick is default for me.

With an N64 game loaded open the quick menu with F1 the go to Controls, scroll down and you should find the binds for player 1 and there you should find the settings for your C buttons and the analog stick.

What is user 1 c up? and theres c left and all that.

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3 minutes ago, chronichemp said:

What is user 1 c up? and theres c left and all that.

and unser 1 c buttons mode? what does that mean, i notced i have to hold that button down in order to ollie

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For launching your games through Launchbox you need to have Retroarch setup in LB as an emulator and for the Nintendo 64 platform you will want the command parameter to be:
-L "cores\glupen64_libretro.dll"

You should watch one of Brads Retroarch and Launchbox tutorials to set this up.

Analog to digital should be set to none.

User 1 C Up might be the C Buttons but in my setup it's C Buttons X and C Buttons Y and they are set to the X and Y axis of the right analog stick.

 

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7 minutes ago, lordmonkus said:

For launching your games through Launchbox you need to have Retroarch setup in LB as an emulator and for the Nintendo 64 platform you will want the command parameter to be:
-L "cores\glupen64_libretro.dll"

You should watch one of Brads Retroarch and Launchbox tutorials to set this up.

Analog to digital should be set to none.

User 1 C Up might be the C Buttons but in my setup it's C Buttons X and C Buttons Y and they are set to the X and Y axis of the right analog stick.

 

this is what i see

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11 minutes ago, chronichemp said:

It has to do with that c button mode button, for some reason i have to hold it down in order to use any controls 

Also whats. C1 and c4

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For me when I hold the R trigger it lets me use the A B X Y buttons as the C buttons but when I let go of the R trigger my Right analog stick functions as the C buttons.

C1 and C4 are the C buttons when they are the buttons and not the analog stick.

Your controller config looks like mine and looks right but I don't know if there is an issue with the XBone controller and Retroarch or not. Also are you using Windows 10 by chance ? I know Win 10 does some funky shit with controllers and its drivers, I use Windows 8.1.

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6 hours ago, lordmonkus said:

For me when I hold the R trigger it lets me use the A B X Y buttons as the C buttons but when I let go of the R trigger my Right analog stick functions as the C buttons.

C1 and C4 are the C buttons when they are the buttons and not the analog stick.

Your controller config looks like mine and looks right but I don't know if there is an issue with the XBone controller and Retroarch or not. Also are you using Windows 10 by chance ? I know Win 10 does some funky shit with controllers and its drivers, I use Windows 8.1.

is that the way its suppose to be? i just want to have my right analog act as C buttons, is there anyway to disable a function?

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That is exactly how it works by default for me so im not sure what you would need to change to get it that way for you.

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Just now, lordmonkus said:

That is exactly how it works by default for me so im not sure what you would need to change to get it that way for you.

ok so c button mode just makes it so abxy are the c buttons, because the n64 uses different ways to hold the controller. like goldeneye is just analog and z to shoot and tony hawk the c buttons jump and do moves

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Right.

For me by default out of the box my right analog stick is the C buttons or if I wanted to I can hold the right trigger and use the A B X Y buttons as C buttons.

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27 minutes ago, lordmonkus said:

Right.

For me by default out of the box my right analog stick is the C buttons or if I wanted to I can hold the right trigger and use the A B X Y buttons as C buttons.

Thanks alot man youv been a great help, also got my right stick working, i guess tony hawk should just be played with my usb n64 controller because it controls like dog shit on my xbox

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