Started by Cwiiis, 15:34, 11 November 22
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Quote from: Bryce on 15:54, 11 November 22Hi, there's lots of space inside the Plus. You could wire a PS2 to Joystick interface inside the case and create a PS2 port.Bryce.
Quote from: Bryce on 14:57, 14 November 22That won't work, you would end up with a screen full of unwanted characters. Pin 8 isn't an Autodetect, it's ensuring that the mouse circuit ONLY sends data when the AY is scanning the joystick port and NOT when the AY is scanning the keyboard. However, you have made a further mistake: You haven't connected the OE pins to GND, just to VCC via a resistor, so the mouse circuit will actually do nothing at all at the moment.Bryce.
Quote from: GUNHED on 14:45, 12 November 22There is a mot to add an AtariST mouse to the CPC6128. Without the diodes (the 6128plus contains the diodes already on the pcb) this simple adaptor should work with 6128plus too (I should try, but don't have time now). The adapter can be found in cpcwiki itself. (It's proportional!)About Analogue port, it's proportional too. How proportional?Have a look at the first couple of seconds: arrow movinghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_OnEdP0DK5wThe problem with all proportional HID is that they are not joystick compatible. Well, being proportional is the advantage itself.
Quote from: Bryce on 17:19, 28 November 22Unfortunately, most of the mice available for the CPC just converted the mouse movements to joystick inputs, just like this device does too. So you may be equally unimpressed by the performance.
Quote from: Bryce on 21:17, 28 November 22PIC's are a bit different to AVR. The HEX file should be all you need, there are no additional fuse settings. As for the LED: If it recognises the mouse as compatible (it has to be a mouse that support PS/2 mode, ie: not some really modern 16 button mouse) it will turn on for 1 second and then turn off. After that it will quickly flash every time it receives valid data from the mouse. If it flashes (one second intervals) continuously, then the mouse doesn't support PS/2 mode.Bryce.
Quote from: Bryce on 10:10, 29 November 22With no mouse the LED stays off as far as I can remember.Bryce.
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