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having trouble with 1 button

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This button I have my finger on is not customizable in the MAME tab menu. It exits the game which makes it nearly impossible to finish a game because player 2 eventually hits it. I'm fairly new to joytokey and hyperspin. It registers as "button 3" on joytokey.

 

Any suggestions?

 

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If it exits Mame then your Mame exit is probably set to that key. Why are you using JoyToKey for buttons? What encoder are you using for your buttons?


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He's right, I don't think you need JTK at all. Your buttons should already be registering as keystrokes. No?

If your control panel is for some reason recognized as a "joystick" windows then check out my JTK tutorial for how to integrate it properly with RL.

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Remove JoytoKey Mame profile backup just incase needed. Then launch mame and hit tab on your keyboard config keys press delete to remove any old data for that key when done test. Then hit tab exit game. If mame won't exit then you need to add a script to startup and end JoytoKey with mame


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your configration is wrong from my view .

in Mame it reads like that :

player 1 buttton 0 in your case is button 1

player 1 button 1 in your case is button 2

player 1 button 2 in your case is button 3

and so on

so as i can see  in your case you configered 2 as escape button so mame reads it as button 3 and it should be  Esc button on your keyboard. thats why it escapes

 

delet player 1 and player 2 joystick configration from HQ

in mame just hit TAB button on keybord to simply configer any machine

in other systems use joy to key

generally Esc button is to exit  in all programs so leave it as exit button.

hop i helpd.

 

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