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Pause screens dont work for NES and SNES in retroarch? But they work in MAME

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The list says pause screens should work in Retroarch. I've tried with SNES and NES games. Nothing happens when I press my pre-made pause buttons. 

I tested with Mame in Aero Fighter 2, worked perfectly.

Is there something special I need to do with retroarch?

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Hello, I visited the thread and checked, it looks like it's set up in Retroarch. My SNES games are full screen when I launch them. 

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What version of Retorarch are you on and what core are you using for SNES? Pause has worked well for many users with Retroarch so it might just be an odd setting or something. Also just for clarity are you on Win7 or Win10? 

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I'm on Windows 10. I will check what core I am using and what version of Retroarch. To find the core, I just start the game, access the Retroarch start menu then it will show me? I can't remember which one I picked but I'll check when I get home. Thank you.

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4 minutes ago, mattdawson75 said:

I'm on Windows 10. I will check what core I am using and what version of Retroarch. To find the core, I just start the game, access the Retroarch start menu then it will show me? I can't remember which one I picked but I'll check when I get home. Thank you.

Yes. Or in Launchbox go to Manage emulators and choose Retroarch to edit. In the Associated Platforms tab it will list what you chose next to the NES and SNES listings. 

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For NES, I have nestopia_libretro. Next to SNES, I have snes9x_libretro

 

Retroarch, build date: Feb 3 2019

Git version: 9750719074

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