I bought an EasySMX controller recently for retropie use, but I can't for the life of me get retropie to recognise it at all. Did you do anything different to get it recognised, i.e. load any additional modules etc?
@mitu Thanks for the links, I'll have a look and try to figure it out. I don't think it's shaders though as when I go into that menu for either it doesn't say any shaders are set and when I enable one I get serious lag issues. The only difference I could see was the colour palette was different. But when I change that to be the same I only get a very slight green tinge. So I'm a bit stuck on what's causing that 😅
I make them myself by hand, i have what i want now.
Now i only search to complete my UDEV file collection to make my RVGM compatible with most of the Joystick.
A friend will give me his file for NES30 Pro.
@Drakaen391 the way retroarch is set up it is probably better to setup like a super nintendo controller and then swap the a and b controls for emulationstation. All emulators using retroarch were set up to set the controls correctly based on that setup and orientate the buttons accordingly
I'm happy to hear that it should work but as I said : RetroArch reload but the screen now show 1.3.4 - No Core instead of 1.3.4 - MAME 2003 0.78 and I cannot start the game at this point (please note that I have no Core under "Load Core" but all of my games are running fine)
Is the 1.3.4 - No Core error message rings a bell to anybody ? Maybe something I need to configure so the reload will work like adding Core, playing with the ON/ OFF feature for certain parameters ?
@dankcushions and @BuZz , already post this message on the Recalbox Forum but did not receive any answer about the "Load Configuration" function =(
Since it might be a bug in 1.3.4, I will stop harassing you =)