Project64 Input Controller

 

 

 

Project64 Input Controller

 

 

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(Using A Pad\Keyboard With Jabo's DirectInput7 1.6)

 

  Keyboard and Game Pad Configurations are supported on Project64 via the Default Jabo Input.

  Jabo's DirectInput7 1.6 has the Keyboard set for the input set as Default and are mapped to:

 

 

 

 

  If you want to change some of the Keyboard assigned keys then you do the following.

 

(Using a Keyboard for the Input)

 

 

  Click on Options like the above Picture shows and then click on Configure Controller Plugin. This will open the

  Configure Input Dialog.

 

     

 

  Make sure that the "Controller is Plugged in" and "Memory Pak is plugged in" options are ticked. This will allow

  you to use the Keyboard as a Controller and use Mempak saving (Native Saves). Then find out what Buttons you

  want to reassign and click the right hand side box (shown Above) This will then give you a message "Press Key

  (6 second)" that's how long you have to press a key.

 

   

 

  Once you have assigned your keys it's time to save your Profile (what you have just done) so double check all

  keys are correct and then click on save Profile.

 

   

 

  The Save File Dialog will open  then write in a name for the Profile and then press Save. Normally it will open to

  the Root (project64) Directory, if it doesn't then select that directory.

 

 

  You will be returned to the Configure Input Dialog to then click the OK button to close. Now if you have a

  pad/joystick you would like to use then set Joystick Input as Default.

 

(Using a Pad/Joystick for the Input)

 

 

  Click on Options like the above Picture shows and then click Input.

 

     

 

  Make sure that the "Controller is Plugged in" and "Memory Pak is plugged in" options are ticked. This will allow

  you to use the Pad/Joystick Controller and use Mempak saving (Native Saves). On the Game Device Section,

  click the Drop Down Bar and choose your Controller from the list. Now find out what Buttons you want to

  assign and click the right hand side box (shown Above)

 

   

 

  This will then give you a message "Press Key (6 second)" that's how long you have to press a key. Once you have

  assigned your keys it's time to save your Profile (what you have just done)

 

   

 

  Double check all keys are correct and then click on save Profile. The Save File Dialog will open  ready for you to

  write in a name (or find a dir and write a name.

 

   

 

  Now write in a name for the Profile and then press Save. You will be returned to the Configure Input Dialog to

  then click the OK button to close. Now you are ready to start using a Gamepad or Keyboard how you like it in

  your Games. If you have a Rumble Pad and want to have Force Feedback like the real Console and your pad

  supports it, then simply select Rumble on the drop down bar.

 

 

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