Ive reposted the original message, but included more information for you, I hope by including more information I can help out a little...
STEEM SSE 3.8.1
STEEM BOILER 3.7.2
Windows 10 Host OS
TOS 1.62 UK & US (either version displays the same issues)
Config File used :
Reference of files used:
Simply using the XBOX pad as a Jaguar controller in STEEM, Works in games such as TEAM (Impact) that only use single group of buttons (Refer to link below for more info about groups/buttons). If I map the Arrow keys to the jaguar controls it still exhibits the same issue, in case the XBox pad caused problems
I used the jaguar controller both in Substation and of my own source code, which has not been included.
Description of desired outcome
Movement of character in substation using Directional buttons on jagpad, especially UP
Description of actual outcome
When pressing UP in substation, the character does NOT move, BUT the ESC key is "pressed" which invokes the "Do youu want to quit" dialog .. this does not happen on the REAL STE hardware.
Does the Jagpad code interfere with the keyboard? I wrote my own routines to control the jagpad and it does have some effect on the ACIA and more than this, can be seen to "press" keys lol...
Another example of this would be the game Substation whereby pressing up ALSO presses another key on the keyboard.
I use an XBox 360 controller and all other "joystick" functions are unused. I dont use my PC keyboard for jaguar input, solely the XBox pad, so i know its not an issue regarding poor key mapping lol.
imho, I dont think the multiplexing system that the jaguar pads use has been fully or properly implemented and could we have it implemented lol.. Im not picking, I think having STEEM SSE is fantastic in every otherway, except maybe due to win10 breaking fullscreen lol.
I refer to this document myself: it is by far the most indepth analysis of the STE enhanced ports.http://www.compsoc.man.ac.uk/~xav/ejp_faq.090
Thank you for your continued work on STEEM SSE, and long may it continue
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