Hi I have not Controller usage on Fuse core menù when I load game, so I can not change types of joystick and can not play. Someone can help me? Thanks Jeosh
please, can someone help me?
I tried getting the controls to work with fuse as well, and I couldn’t get it working. I did find that you can use a dos spectrum emulator under DOSBox. I found that the following emulator works under DOSBox:
I found that setting the cycles to 4000 worked best for me under “Options”. Unlike fuse, this emulator also has the capability to save states as “.z80” files.
Thank you, I solved using an old version of retroarch, where controllers work! Jeosh
Having the same issues with 1.7.5 & 1.7.7. I have tried creating all configs afresh and still no joy. Any help would be much appreciated.
What version did you go back to. Can’t recall the version I was on. Thanks.
Excuse me, I read only now your question. I use 1.6.7 and it works, I don’t understand why also in 1.7.8 there is still this problem.
also in 1.8.5 version, as all the other versions after 1.6, there is still this problem, in device type I can’t change from retropad, and it’s impossible to play on spectrum games, who know how to solve?
Did you only try to configure via the core controls menu? If yes, have a look a the RA input settings instead after loading a game, because judging by behavior on Windows, you basically need to configure the controls there first, because the core’s behaviour doesn’t match others.
yes I try to configure via the core controls menu, and in 1.6 works! also in the RA input setting I can’t change Device Type, I need to use Spectrum keyboard, that is critical for start games
You can’t change port 3 to the Keyboard?
how can I do it? I’m not very pratical
In the RA input (NOT core controls) settings, the max user number (I think this is 5 by default) define the number of ports. Port 1+2 are reserved for the Spectrum Joysticks, port 3 should normally allow switching to the sinclair keyboard. You may also have to go the core controls afterwards and set it there also.
I don’t have an Apple device, so I don’t know what other options there are, maybe you can also change the input driver, and see if that makes a difference.
Also in RA input setting, I can’t change port 3. How can I change input driver? It is strange, al 1.6 version it worked perfectly!
Input drivers can be changed in the Drivers menu or in the config, have a look around to see what’s possible on your device.
input driver is cocoa, the same of 1.6 that work, and there isn’t any other. Please help me
I’m out of ideas, I guess it’s a platform specific bug then.
There’s talk about the problems on github:
Maybe you could try changing the input directly in the retroarch.cfg instead from the gui.
input_libretro_device_p3 = “259”
ok, maybe the only soluction is to install also the 1,6 version only for gaming at spectrum. I will try your suggestion about changing cfg, but I think that it is not enough to activate keyboard, because in spectrum need other config (cursor joystick, Kempston joystic, sinclair 1 Joystick, sinclair 2 Joystick, timex 1 joystick, timex 2 joystick, fuller joystick) that are in 1,6 version. Thank you for spending time!
I just tried to change config/retroarch.cfg with input_libretro_device_p3 = “259”, but nothing happen! In RA settings/input/Port 3 Binds, there is “device type Unknown”