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IPAC2 mapping

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Hallo zusammen,

kann mir jemand von euch helfen, ich sitze seit langer Zeit um mein ipac2 mit 10 Buttons zu konfigurieren.

Mein Kontrollpanel hat Joystick links mit 8 Buttons + Start und Coin Links, dasselbe rechts für Player zwei.

Ich möchte diverse Emulatoren betreiben aktuell SNes, Nitendo64, Neogeo, Dreamcast , Playstation2.
IPAC2 mit Standard Settings und folgender
Anordnung:
Links oben Grün, Blau, Weiß, Weiß
Links unten Gelb, Rot, Weiß, Weiß
Player 1, Coin.
Das selbe rechte Seite.
 

Hat jemand eine funktionierende Mapping Empfehlung für mich, (vielleicht konfigs zum kopieren) ich blick einfach nicht mehr durch.
IPAC2 besser im Keyboardmode, oder Gamemode?

Bin über eure Hilfe wirklich dankbar und fast am verzweifeln.
Gruß
Alex


 

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In almost every case, the default IPac2 configuration will work the best.  

It's a lot easier to set it up in the emulators for the different systems (SNES, N64 etc.) with the button layout you want.  This way you won't need to load and reload different IPAC configurations.

So, for example, if you want to have the player 1 buttons be something like: the top row is buttons 1, 2, 3, 4, and the bottom row is 5, 6, 7, 8.  You can set up the emulator (Retroarch?) that way.

From what I've read, you're probably best off keeping it in keyboard mode.  The only reason your would want to change it is, if you you have a game that requires you to use Dinput or Xinput.

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2 hours ago, JoeViking245 said:

In almost every case, the default IPac2 configuration will work the best.  

Agreed. I've only encountered 1 emulator that had an issue with left-alt from the default mappings.

Just an FYI, some of those systems you really need analog support for proper game play in some games. You can fake it in some ways, but I find it's a better experience to leave the arcade controls to arcade titles and older consoles and use something like a wireless xbox 360, PS2+ Controller, etc for other consoles.

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