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Old 09-13-2008, 07:59 AM   #1
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Using the D'pad in snes9exprees

Hi, im using the Sixaxis controlelr in Snes9express and im having troubles with the D'pad. I use the conf file and changed it so all the buttons will work the way I want, and it works, only I cant use the D'pad in the game. In Chorno Trriger for exmple (the only reason Im going thru this) select, b, a, all those buttons work, but the D'pad dont work, so, I cant move my charter\ select stuff in the menu.

I went to the conf file but couldnt find a place to change the movement controls, so, how can I make Snes9express work with the Sixaxis's D'pad?

Thanks |:

I jsut dont know what to do, snes9exprees cant use the controller correctly (d'pad), gsnes dont start roms at all, and Zsnes is the only one that works with everything, but the sound is jsut horrible |:

Oops it should have been posted in the games section, can someone pleas move that? sorry |:

Last edited by Nsis; 09-13-2008 at 08:05 AM.
Old 09-14-2008, 10:34 PM   #2
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You might be fond of Snes9express, but I use Zsnes and it works perfectly fine using a PS3 controller.


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