Started by TotO, 20:29, 15 May 16
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Quote from: TotO on 18:11, 01 June 16YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE,I have sent the first MultiPlay boards.Please, note that you have to take care when you insert the controllers plugs into the MultiPlay connectors.Some molded plugs (not all) require to force and should damage the board if you not take care about that... Hold them firmly between fingers when you plug your controllers, CPC turned off.(from my side, I have done my best with double soldering and strong glue)THANK YOU.
Quote from: TFM on 21:37, 10 June 16@arnoldemu , @Devilmarkus , @Executioner , @Lone (alphabetically sorted) : Guys we do need emulator support for the wonderful MultiPlay. Should be super easy to implement this one (compared to other expansion cards).
Quote from: TFM on 19:30, 06 June 16When having the MultiPlay connected and other hardware, please do in BASIC:? inp(&F990),inp(&F991)
Quote from: Poliander on 21:55, 15 June 163 0Schneider CPC 664 / MotherX4 / X-MASS / X-MEM / MultiPlay MX4 (Amiga mouse connected on first port)First value changes when moving the mouse. Little mouse test:
Quote from: TFM on 23:22, 15 June 16Oh WoW! Are you sure to have the switch set to "Joystick" and not to "Mouse". According to @TotO the port &F990 shall not provide values for the mouse, only for the joystick!Thanks a lot for testing!
Quote from: gerald on 17:59, 16 June 16joystick and mouse uses the same connector, so what you see on the joystick port is the quadrature signal from the mouse. The dedicated mouse I/O is the result of decoding these signals
Quote from: TotO on 15:39, 27 May 16F990 : 0321RLDU : Input A, joystick and buttonsF991 : 0321RLDU : Input B, joystick and buttonsF992 : 0000XXXX : Input A, mouse XF993 : 0000YYYY : Input A, mouse YF994 : 0000XXXX : Input B, mouse XF995 : 0000YYYY : Input B, mouse Y
Quote from: TotO on 18:57, 16 June 16Sure, gerald is right. The board can't know that you are using a mouse "as joystick" by reading the wrong port.So, only plug joysticks while you read &F990, &F991 ... And mouse for others.
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