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  • in reply to: Some Questions #59077

    kngknvct
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    From personal experience…

    1) No, every movement pad is as if you are using a D-Pad, however, you can create multiple ones with different keys. Furthermore, as with any movement pad, you can click diagonally to implement movements such as UP+RIGHT.

    2) Each button has only one key command. I’m sure in the future PalmTime will fix this.

    If I may suggest, try downloading pre-made pads to use, I’ve made controllers for various systems if you are interested in giving them a try. Look in the forums for the thread called “Gamepad Paradise”.

    Here is the pre-made PS1 controller with D-Pad & Analog Sticks:

    View post on imgur.com

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    in reply to: Gamepads Paradise #59075

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    in reply to: Gamepads Paradise #59037

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    Before setting any keys, please pay close attention to what you are setting them to, I’ve already made the mistake of assuming they ask in the order of UP, DOWN, LEFT, RIGHT, causing me to set my LEFT key as my DOWN and visa versa.

    Just a heads up, do not RUSH through setting controls, it may cause problems for you.

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    in reply to: Gamepads Paradise #59035

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    https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3cLEFr2vonIWk8za3RJNG4zcFU [SNES] [Fixed/Updated]

    DO NOT USE THE OLD SNES LINK, IT IS NOW DISABLED.

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    in reply to: Gamepads Paradise #59034

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    in reply to: The So-Called Review For VG Software #59000

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    I will be re-recording it in a higher quality, don’t be alarmed at the video being deleted. I also noticed that the mouse cursor is missing, which will be fixed when I re-record this.

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