[Lilypad] L3 toggles Turbo - Can we change the button?
#1
I've looked in the config, but I couldn't find this (only an enable/disable thing in the INI).. Is there a way to possibly change L3 to R3 to toggle Turbo on and off?
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I use JoyToKey.
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There is an option for that in lilypad...Edit: Oh i think you have to do it from the source
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(11-11-2014, 02:13 PM)Bositman Wrote: There is an option for that in lilypad...Edit: Oh i think you have to do it from the source
Yeah, it has to be done from the source.


Here's the code for it in the lilypad.cpp file

Code:
if ( config.turboKeyHack == 1 ){ // send a tabulator keypress to emulator
        //printf("%x\n", b->command);
        if ( b->command == 0x11 ){ // L3 button
            static unsigned int LastCheck = 0;
            unsigned int t = timeGetTime();
            if (t - LastCheck < 300 ) return;
            QueueKeyEvent(VK_TAB, KEYPRESS);
            LastCheck = t;
        }
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Ah man, wish I knew how to compile D:

Would it take long for me to pick up on how to edit that source file and recompile it back?

And looking at that code, I figure to change the button is that b->command == 0x11 ?

And thanks for the info so far. Least it's good to know it's possible to change things.


@Blyss: With JoyToKey you can set R3 to act as a Tab-key I assume (Which would normally be a turbo key as well)
Never really used that tool before, but was reading some basic stuff about it earlier.
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Yeah, I'm trying to figure out what that hex value corresponds to.
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(11-12-2014, 07:16 PM)Nobbs66 Wrote: Yeah, I'm trying to figure out what that hex value corresponds to.

11 Hex = 17 Dec.

In LilyPad.ini L3 is the following:

Binding 22=0x0004000A, 0, 17, 65536, 0, 0, 0

That might be it.

R3 would be [Binding 23=0x0004000B, 0, 18, 65536, 0, 0, 0] then if I go by what's in the INI. So changing that in the source to 12 would set turbo to R3
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Yeah, I figured R3 would be 0x12, but I don't have the DX SDK to compile lilypad.
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I don't have any experience whatsoever compiling a PCSX2 plugin or whatever. The only thing I ever compiled was a Save Editor tool for FFXIII-2 last year that I made myself and that's it lol.
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I'll do it in a bit. I told Nobbs I would the other day, but I never got around to it.
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