I actually do already have the Dreamcast version loaded in my Pi , I just wanted to try the Naomi version due to I have never played the arcade version and sometimes there are little things here and there they may have changed or become different
Just something about the Arcade version games I enjoy better , possibly because the infinite amount of credits by coins possible , or the service menus to change the lives , difficulty and such .. I don't know for sure ... Call me weird I guess
I do enjoy your input and advice , Thank you for that
Maby this version on Flycast is a bit wonky and needs more configuration within the core itself by the developers
@stoo Having lots of differences between FBNeo & MAME for system16 based hardware isn't surprising, system16 is a historical driver for Final Burn (first FB driver and first emulator to run that hardware, the emulator's name is actually based on "After Burner"), current FBNeo driver is built upon that initial driver. You should report the glitches at https://github.com/finalburnneo/FBNeo/issues, we can't fix what we don't know about :)
I cant help directly, but I have a similar issue. My LCD monitor is in 'normal' orientation however, with the mayflash wii bar mounted horizontally at the top. My crosshairs are constrained to the bottom left quandrant in mame-2003-plus at least. (pi 3B+, latest official retropie build).
so no help but fyi you are not alone! I just came onto the forum to search for the same issue
good luck finding a solution! Everyone here is amazing so hopefully there'll be an answer.
@mituGunconf is a semi-official program to calibrate AimTrak lightguns under Linux. Ultimarc's product page links to it as "third-party support". I installed it on my official Retropie image, maybe @sdabbs did so likewise.
@sdabbs I have two AimTrak guns for over a year now and, as far as I remember, they worked out of the box with Retropie. I had to calibrate them with Gunconf, though.
Did you follow Spinners, Trackballs, Lightguns, Mice in Retropie's Documentation? See "Testing Mouse Inputs in Linux" and "Configuring RetroArch emulators for mouse-like device use" on how to test the guns on the operating system's level. If everything there is okay (including the trigger), then we could move on to look at your problems in Gunconf.
But please excuse any fault in my memory after over a year. :) In he next few days, I could check the setup of my guns at home for more (exact) details.