The exact model is "Reyann Zero Delay Arcade USB". But I got it working - turned out that, without the aid of the chunkier Pandora joystick connectors, I'd put the 5 pin joystick connector on the wrong way round!
This looks grate and just what I need. Do you have a complete idiots guide on how to setup on raspberry pi? I have two ultrastik 360s and two dragon rise joystick buttons i want to combine one ultrastik with one dragon rise for player 1 and the the other two for player 2. I've lost count of how many methods I've found and tried but can't get anything working... Been at it for weeks now. Any help greatly appreciated.
I am a complete noob so a step by step guide is really needed thanks
hi bud thanks, if you dont mind asking, how would i go out about downgrading "kodi-peripheral-joystick" i been searching for 2 days now.
if 18.1 has been fixed with updating packages then ill just stick with 18.1 i might of miss this in the fourms thank you alot.
@chmaruni in case anybody else has this problem: I upgraded everything, including upgrading the distro from Jessie to Stretch, then upgraded all the retropie modules, and then (and that was important) I deleted the sdl-vicerc config file. After that, sound and joysticks are working again. Deleting the config without the distro upgrade didn't work for me. Anyhow, seems to be working again.
RetroPie does controls per controller/encoder name, so if two controllers share the same same name, if you change one, you change the other. If you have 2 different controllers using the dragon rise encoder, but they are different, it may be that one is wired up differently than the other.
I had the same problem, but with my controls being turned 90° in th setup screens. Seems like those screens don't care about ES' controller configuration, but that can be easily fixed by connecting the joystick's microswitches in the "right" order on the encoder – if you're not using its single Sanwa port, that is.
@edmaul69 Hello! Well I've got Boulderdash running with vice (not lr). But Im going to re-install Lr-vice again. But heres what works for me. in case anyone has the same difficulty.
[All from the ViceMenu GUI]
1- Restore defaults from 'settings management' (this is a different pref set than the package, you can tell as it changes the display filter to emu crt display)
2 - Set Machine settings / Joystick settings / Joystick device 1 -> Joystick
3 - Set Machine settings / Joystick settings / Joystick 1 mapping -> !Go set this!
4 - Save your settings in 'settings managment'
I think my naviety was !assuming! that because I've configured controllers for retropie that the mapping would naturally carry over to the emulator. Not for vice it seems. Lesson learned.
On the keyboard front, I loaded up the mac version of Vice, found the symbolic and positional keyboards for mac. I then loaded those into the C64 rom section. Then loaded those keyboard layouts in vice. However this made no difference. Unless you have to save the keyboards .kvm's in a specific location I think keyboard mapping is broken in vice
@colebeansbroskie if you have two sets of joysticks and buttons you have to set up the buttons the exact same way. You never have to configure player 2. Once you set up one, after rebooting your system both will work. If the buttons are different on player 2, it means you put them in the wrong order. You need to set up player one then reboot. Then go into a game that uses all your buttons and in that game press a button on player one and see what it does. then find that same button on player two. Now put that button in the same spot player one has it. Keep doing that until all the buttons match.