Dpad stops working when analog to digital type is set
analogstick last edited by analogstick
I am using a raspberry 3 model a+ with the 4.6 retropie image, I flashed it using etcher. I want to use the analog stick and the dpad at the same time for some games. For example on lr-stella (atari 2600), I have "Analog to Digital Type" set to left analog. This makes the analog stick work, but the dpad stops working. When I set it to "None", the dpad works again. How can I make it so both work? It also would help if anyone knows how I can debug it myself
@analogstick Does it happen for all emulators ? I can't reproduce this with
lr-fceumm. What controller are you using ?
analogstick last edited by
@mitu Yes it happens for all emulators. I am using a custom controller. It's actually a Gameboy zero using a custom PCB. I was able to map the inputs just fine.
@analogstick As said, can't reproduce. Update your RetroPie-Setup and packages and re-try, maybe there's a RetroArch change that affects your setup.
Crush last edited by
Had a similar issue with my kidzplay racingwheel.
For that i just mapped the analog control as D-pad without using the "Analog to Digital" option for the individual games i used it with.
Since your controller is broader, you can save the button mapping for entire systems, that do not use analog buttons at all.
Only the systems that do use it you'd still have to do it per game for.
Not really a solution, but its a workable workaround.