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Danfun64
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Apple Macintosh and Analog joysticks
11/03/17 08:57 AM


I have a few questions for you guys. From what I gathered, neither Basilisk II nor SheepShaver support USB Joysticks of any kind. Next thing that came to my mind was FS UAE and ShapeShifter... but it turns out that the program used for joystick support, MacJoy, seems to only support digital buttons. Then I remembered MAME.

Question 1: When it comes to System 7.x or 8.x, can I choose anything more powerful than maciicx or is that still the only mame core that supports one of those (apparently maciicx can only go up to 7.5.5)?

Question 2, and this is a deal breaker for me, can I use an analog USB joystick/flightstick on any of the System 7.x/8.x compatible MAME cores? I really want to try out the Mac port of a flight sim game, but if I can't use an analog joystick, there's no point in me not using a different version of said game.







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Subject Posted by Posted on
* Apple Macintosh and Analog joysticks Danfun64 11/03/17 08:57 AM
. * Re: Apple Macintosh and Analog joysticks R. Belmont  11/03/17 09:02 PM
. * Re: Apple Macintosh and Analog joysticks Danfun64  11/03/17 10:04 PM
. * Re: Apple Macintosh and Analog joysticks R. Belmont  11/06/17 04:49 AM
. * Re: Apple Macintosh and Analog joysticks MooglyGuy  11/04/17 11:58 AM
. * Re: Apple Macintosh and Analog joysticks Danfun64  11/04/17 05:17 PM
. * Re: Apple Macintosh and Analog joysticks MooglyGuy  11/04/17 05:18 PM
. * Re: Apple Macintosh and Analog joysticks Danfun64  11/04/17 05:25 PM
. * Re: Apple Macintosh and Analog joysticks StilettoAdministrator  11/05/17 05:18 AM

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