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    Default SSF emulator - How do I redefine my control pad?

    Hello

    I've downloaded this Saturn emulator and it's working my Nights game perfectly. The only thing holding me back playing it till 3 in the morning is that I can't get my USB pad to work on it.

    My pad is a Playstation USB converter. It has worked on other emulators like Gen, Fusion etc.

    Whenever I go to Options > Controller and click the redefine a small box saying 'redefine' appears with just a blank screen. Nothing happens when I press the button on my pad. I press buttons on my keyboard but it will not let me selected anything unless I 'end task'.

    I have tried changing from 'direct connect' to 'multi port' as well as changing pad to joystick etc but nothing different happens.

    Can anybody help?

    Thank you

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    Default Re: SSF emulator - How do I redefine my control pad?

    Did you set keys to control pad at the first drop down box?

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    Default Re: SSF emulator - How do I redefine my control pad?

    Yes, it's pre-selected at that. I've tried 'multi-controller' too but that doesn't seem to help matters.

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    Default Re: SSF emulator - How do I redefine my control pad?

    What version of SSF are you using?.

    I can recall one of the updates having this problem and it might be that you are using that particular version. I use it with a Playstation USB pad converter and it works fine.

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    Default Re: SSF emulator - How do I redefine my control pad?

    SSF_008_alpha_R11

    I've also tried version 07 too.

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    Default Re: SSF emulator - How do I redefine my control pad?

    I use it with a Playstation USB pad converter and it works fine as well. Yes, I am using version 11.
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    Default Re: SSF emulator - How do I redefine my control pad?

    Is SSF_008_alpha_R11 version '8' or version '11'?

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    Default Re: SSF emulator - How do I redefine my control pad?

    Quote Originally Posted by Terramax View Post
    Yes, it's pre-selected at that. I've tried 'multi-controller' too but that doesn't seem to help matters.

    Try to set it to game pad.

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    Default Re: SSF emulator - How do I redefine my control pad?

    I've tried. It's got something to do with when it redefines the keys. As soon as I go to redefine the redefine box stays blank. What does it say when others redefine keys, or do people not bother?

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    Default Re: SSF emulator - How do I redefine my control pad? I FOUND AN ANSWER!

    I had the same problem and solved it by accident. I was using a PS2 controller connected by usb and an adapter for PC. Everytime I tried to us the redefine button it froze up the emulator and I had to use Task Manager to shut the program down. I left the PS2 controller connected, but shut it off by PC adapter's power button. I then tried the emulator with a PC controller by RECOIL that looks just like a PS2 controller in button layout. I was able to use Redefine to set up the buttons with no problem. After playing for a while I shut the emulator down , disconnected the RECOIL controller, and turned on the PS2 controller. Next time I ran SSF it worked just fine with the PS2 controller!! I HAVE NOT NEEDED TO USE THE REDEFINE BUTTON SINCE AND DON'T PLAN ON TRYING! It has continued to work for me after several days and I have had no problems. The emulator must just continue to use the last button configuration no matter what controller is being used.
    I hope this helps people. I searched all over the web for an answer and found nothing, so decided to post this here on this old thread. It should come in use.

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