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Set analog push level?
#1
Hi, I'm trying to play The Cat In The Hat (USA) (PS2) and it has been working fine so far. I reached a level where I had to move a bubble with the analog stick, and compared to gameplay videos I have seen, the bubble moves extremely slow. I remember from my PS2 that the bubble moves faster if you tilt the analog stick more. How can I set it so that my Left Analog Stick controls (which I have mapped to WASD) are set to act as if they have been completly pushed to the side, and not just partially?
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#2
you could try increasing the sensitivity by highlighting the controls in lilypad then moving the slider a bit
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(03-28-2015, 11:10 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: you could try increasing the sensitivity by highlighting the controls in lilypad then moving the slider a bit

I put it all the way up to the max sensitivity of 128. Still acts weak.
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#4
It may be slow because of fps drops, what are your fps readings during the scene ?
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(03-29-2015, 06:33 AM)ssakash Wrote: It may be slow because of fps drops, what are your fps readings during the scene ?

Constant 60. By the way it isnt just general FPS issues, the bubble moves a lot slower than the background. Think of it as a car in need for speed moving at half the speed of the other cars. The rest of the game is fine, just what I'm controlling is slow.
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#6
is there any way you can try with your original PS2 controller + an USB adapter ?
Just to see if it's a config problem only ?
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#7
Please provide the full emulog after you observed the problem.
Do you use non-default settings?
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