#2 Gamepad quit

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2001-12-15
2001-12-15
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A nasty patch for the zsnes Super Nintendo emulator
which allows one to quit the application by pressing
L-R-Start on one's gamepad. This is useful for set-top
applications where the only input is a joystick.

Discussion

  • Eric Pearson

    Eric Pearson - 2001-12-18

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    Thanks for the patch! I'll commit it ASAP.

     
  • Eric Pearson

    Eric Pearson - 2001-12-18

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    Is it okay if I make this optional, some games might use
    this key combination. Or how about only allow it to be
    used in the GUI. Let me know what I should do.

     
  • W. Michael Petullo

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    My intent with this patch is to allow one to use zsnes using
    ONLY a gamepad as input. Because of this, allowing
    L-R-Start to quit only the GUI does not make sense to me.

    Making it optional (and configurable in the GUI) is a good
    idea, though.

    Ideally, zsnes should present a prompt before quitting after
    one presses L-R-Start, for example, "Are you sure you want
    to quit? Press A if yes, Y if no" Unfortunately, my x86
    assembly is not so good -- I would have trouble implementing
    this myself. Anyway, if the user answered no, then the
    gamepad input could be passed on to the game.

     
  • Eric Pearson

    Eric Pearson - 2001-12-19

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    You can use the gamepad as input in the GUI. Under Misc
    choose GUI Optns and check Use Joypad 1. You should be
    able to navagate the GUI using the gamepad now. However
    you can not get back to the GUI with the gamepad once you
    are in a game. So your patch would be good here. Should I
    add a seperate option or automatically enable it when Use
    Joypad 1 is enabled?

     
  • W. Michael Petullo

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    I like the idea of a separate option.

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    where do you get gamepads?

     

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