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Problems with both C64 emulators
#1
Issues I have with Vice-x64:
- in game, the controls don't work: the D-pad doesn't do anything
- in the VICE menu (which I can open with R2), navigating the menu is done with SELECT (up) and START (down)
- when I try to remap the menu up/down/left/right to the D pad, the D pad input is not recognized
- when I try to remap joysticks to use the D-pad, same issue

Issues I have with lr-vice:
- works like a charm but I still cannot get the virtual keyboard to appear Sad

I don't know where to look for config files for the above, and Vice mapping files are a mystery really.
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#2
Anyone know what config files I should check? Sad I can post whatever file you ask me to. If I could get a virtual keyboard in lr-vice I'd be a very happy man.
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#3
Latest bugfix included Vice mappings and settings. Anyway, i extracted the files and packed another compressed file:

try this with an usb keyboard

quit EmulationStation to terminal (F4 or quit menu)
make sure you have internet on your unit: "sudo modprobe brcmfmac"
connect to wifi with "sudo nmtui" and choose your router
quit NMTUI

download config file and extract it:

wget http://retrorangepi.download/vicecfg.tar.gz
sudo tar -zxvf vicecfg.tar.gz -C /

Pressl Ctrl D to return to ES, run any C64 game and choose Vice as default

It should work if all steps were followed as above. Installing the latest image (v3) should work too
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#4
Hi Alexkidd, thanks for your reply. I already applied latest mappings from v2 (Feb 13 release I think), that's why I don't understand why it's not working for me. I will try with that tarball, thanks very much!
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#5
Okay it didn't work. I verified the files from your archive are now the files on my system, but in lr-vice I still can't get a virtual keyboard and the D-pad in regular vice still doesn't work. Maybe my lr-vice is loading a config file that I created myself that is overriding the defaults?

But anyway, I think I'll have to be more picky on what C64 games I wanna play on RS2, and map some specific keys to a gamemap. Most of them are just directions + fire, but it's getting through the intros, cheat screens, or something "Press F1 for 1 Player". So I'll map the ones most used.

I could start all over again with a fresh install, but I've already done too much by now.
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