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Virtual USB Keyboard?
#1
Hello and good day to you all. I was wondering if there is any way to use a "virtual" USB Keyboard in PCSX2 in order to type stuff with my actual computer Keyboard? You know, for games like RPG Maker 2/3. As anyone who has played those games knows, there is a LOT of typing to be done in an RPG Maker, and I'd much prefer being able to use my real keyboard for it rather than the controller.

Edit: Well I found a plugin that works with RPG Maker 2, but not 3. So if anyone knows a specific way to get the emulator to let me type with my keyboard in RPG Maker 3, let me know.
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#2
It would only be possible if the game supported some sort of USB keyboard through the ports on the physical console itself.

EDIT: Well actually, I thought of a hackish way to do it, but not very reliable, and not worth anyone's time, as it would involve changing a fair bunch of code, and each games would need to be patched during runtime for it to work.
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#3
(11-08-2012, 12:48 AM)The Walking Glitch Wrote: It would only be possible if the game supported some sort of USB keyboard through the ports on the physical console itself.

RPG Maker 3 does support it, which is why it bewilders me that a plugin can make it work with 2 and not 3.
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#4
I don't know about that then. I was thinking more along the lines of Gran Turismo 3/4 when I was talking about a hack-ish keyboard.
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#5
We did have a keyboard plugin which worked in Monster Hunter when we were getting the online plugin working. Ill have to see if i can dig it out (if it still works)
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#6
I'd be willing to try it, but it kind of worries me that I can get that nuvee plugin to work with RPG Maker 2 and not with 3. I had hoped such a plugin would work universally.

The biggest pain of all is that I've gotten a USB Keyboard since last owning the game, but going out to get another copy of RPG Maker 3 would mean starting over on the already huge amount of progress I've made on it in PCSX2. Glare
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