Started by Duke, 00:30, 02 February 19
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Quote from: Bruce101 on 12:56, 19 April 19Hi Duke!First of all congratulations for the good work!!!Im a CPC enthusiats from 1986, with a CPC464 still working... I bought your WIFI / SD M4 board some time ago (maybe 2 or 3 years... I don´t remember) its a cool stuff!!!Im interested on two usb adapters for regular CPC, is it still possible to buy them?Thanks in advance!!!
Quote from: Maniac on 13:23, 19 April 19Having stayed up late playing with this last night I've just had thought of an idea.If at all possible it would be really cool if the planned button mapping feature could support button sequences. For example a jump, followed by a direction then maybe something else. Would be v useful in Navy Seals for example where some of the moves are tricky to do every time!
Quote from: zhulien on 06:29, 21 April 19Hi Duke, I am interested in this more from the mouse support point of view, how is the mouse support currently? is it there or coming soon?
Quote from: VincentGR on 16:33, 21 April 19As I think the mouse is working like that because the lacks of analog input, right?
Quote from: Duke on 20:56, 21 April 19It only works like that because its how software is reading AMX mouse (as a joystick).Proportional mouse support is easily possible through the digital port, just not with the current software support (patches needed).
Quote from: XeNoMoRPH on 14:42, 22 April 19This Chinese mouse is not detected:On my Logitech G5 mouse , symbos detects the movement of the mouse but not the buttonsand this other wireless works fine with symbos but with lag
Quote from: Duke on 17:45, 22 April 19Thanks for the feedback.If you have a linux PC, could you please try to use usbhid-dump and send me the reports, then I can add/fix your mice.It's done like this:sudo usbhid-dump | grep -v : | xxd -r -p | hidrd-convert -o spec >report_for_duke.txtIf you only have windows, you can use trial version of USBLyzer. But I cannot remember the steps needed and my trial has expired. Will try to install it on another windows PC soon and note the needed steps to dump the USB HID report descriptor, which is what I need.
Quote from: Maniac on 20:13, 22 April 19Just had a chance to try out a Microsoft IntelliMouse Optical and although it lights up the Imperial Solo doesn't seem to provide any output.
Quote from: XeNoMoRPH on 21:09, 22 April 19Hi again Duke !!! , here are these two files with the information you ask me , these are the 2 usb mouse that I can not work properlywith USBlyzerhttps://1fichier.com/?nxqylz7of98wsixoo9nrhttps://1fichier.com/?jtgayabpz73jw841rnw2
Quote from: Maniac on 00:23, 23 April 19I've managed to find an alternative to USBLyzer which I believe pulls out this information in Windows and remains free Free USB Analyzer Overview (https://freeusbanalyzer.com/)
Quote from: Duke on 08:27, 23 April 19Thanks for the report.Checking it with my HID parser, it seems without issue.Please notice the LED on the Imperium Solo.When no USB device detected, it flashes: 1 second on, 1 second off ...When a USB device is detected it flashes:half a second on, half a second off ...
Quote from: Duke on 08:27, 23 April 19Thanks for the reports. However it seems they are identical and also passes my HID parser just fine. I wonder if this is the "main" mouse you have connected to your PC and not the report descriptor of the two troublesome mice?Also please notice LED behaviour aswell.Good find, thanks !
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