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Unexplainable button delay
#1
Yep, back again, this time with an even odder problem:
I've been running the same settings i usually run
Graphics setting:
Direct3D10 (Hardware)
interlacing :none
aspect ratio: 4:3
D3D = native
Texture filter, wait vsync and enable output merger blur effect ON

CPU:
EERec ON
VU recompilers ON
Multi threaded GS mode ON

Advanced is on default, rig is in sig.

Lately i've been getting a button delay of 0.5-1 seconds, regardless of what speed hacks i apply. I recompiled a clean version of pcsx2 and applied those exact settings but hasnt let up. It wouldn't be a big deal except for the fact that all i've been playing is 1v1 fighting games

Tried on:
Capcom vs SNK 2
Marvel vs Capcom 2
Street fighter III: 3rd strike
DBZ BT 3
Tekken 5
SOul Calibur 3

Any ideas?
ASUS X56Vseries:
Windows Vista Ultimate x86
Duo T9400 (2 x 2.53 Ghz)
4GB DDR3 RAM
ATI HD 3650 (512mb)
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#2
what is system details and what fps (frames per second) you are getting?
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#3
Try use lilypad plugin and set all you button sensitivity to max.
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#4
(06-24-2009, 04:50 PM)nelsonz Wrote: Try use lilypad plugin and set all you button sensitivity to max.

I have the same problem and setting sensitivity to max didn't fix it. I didn't even notice it before I got to the atlantica minigame in KH2 where you have to stop the gauge at a certain point.

Might be game specific though, since I didn't have this problem when I played KH:Re:CoM. Similar situation where you have to stop the spinning cards and there was no delay back then.

EDIT: Actually it could just be because of low FPS in that point of the game.
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#5
Are you using keyboard of some kind of joystick? If it's a joystick would you mind trying it with some PC games just to make sure it's a pcsx2 problem and not your controller problem? =P
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#6
(07-04-2009, 08:30 PM)pedrosilvaa Wrote: Are you using keyboard of some kind of joystick? If it's a joystick would you mind trying it with some PC games just to make sure it's a pcsx2 problem and not your controller problem? =P

I am using a PS3 controller, but I tried it with keyboard too and there is still the same delay.
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#7
If you aren't getting full FPS you will get an input delay,depending on how slow the game is running,pretty normal
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#8
(07-05-2009, 09:10 PM)Bositman Wrote: If you aren't getting full FPS you will get an input delay,depending on how slow the game is running,pretty normal

Yeah, I just didn't realise it because I had frameskipping on and full FPS with it.
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#9
Hey, I 'm sorry but I have a stupid problem and I have really no idea about the solution :s . I would like to configure LilyPad to play with my PS3 controller, where could I configure my PS3 controller in Lilypad ? I only understand how to transform PS controller's controls to keyboard's controls , but I would like to do the opposite . Could someone help me plz ? Smile
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#10
I'm having the same problem; a delay of about 0.5 to 1.0 seconds always while playing Final Fantasy X International (don't know about other games... that's the only one I'm playing at the moment). I didn't have the delay in v.0.9.6, but I have ever since I started using the latest Beta, build 1474 with the plugins it comes with. I'm using a PS2 controller, and there isn't any delay when I use it with any other PC games. My computer is very fast, and I consistently am running at 60fps.
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