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  • #16
    Sorry guys, missed that there were a few comments and questions

    Originally posted by AmiNeo View Post
    Anyone tried these with 6 button Megadrive pads?
    Yep, just tried street fighter 2 on Fusion and it works fine, appears in the controller options, just set it to 6 button

    Originally posted by Nitz76 View Post
    Clueless: how much did you paid with shipping?
    Just under £13 from the ebay link in the first post

    Originally posted by Retrograde View Post
    Could you guys list a few emulators these adapters work with?
    And what you had connected to them when testing.

    I'm guessing they present themselves as some generic USB HID device?
    Using my laptop on win Vista, appears as GENESIS controller USB 1 or 2. Used a zipstik and a genuine sega 6 button pad.

    Works with
    Winuae
    Thecompany exe's
    Fusion

    Also works as a straightforward USB controller in windows, when defining keys the buttons appear as

    A-1
    B-2
    C-3
    X-4
    Y-5
    Z-6
    Start-7
    Mode-8

    Cant think of anything else I can add. - It works a treat!

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    • #17
      Does the auto fire work (zip stick etc) using this adapter?
      Amiga 4000D/040, 2/16mb, ide cf, Indi AGA mk2,
      Amiga 600, ACA620EC, 2/9mb, ide cf,
      Ryzen 1600X, 16GB 3200, Evo 960, GTX1070
      www.nebula-design.com

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      • #18
        Yep, zipstik autofire and comp pro turbo buttons work.

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        • #19
          Finally got round to getting one of these and all seems great when used on my 2 ZipSticks (yellow and purple) However on my blue and silver Competition Pro 5000 neither the auto fire or the slow motion work Is it going to quick to be detected??? All testing has been done on my Win7 setup using WinUAE. I can confirm that my CompPro works 100% when running on my A4000D.
          Amiga 4000D/040, 2/16mb, ide cf, Indi AGA mk2,
          Amiga 600, ACA620EC, 2/9mb, ide cf,
          Ryzen 1600X, 16GB 3200, Evo 960, GTX1070
          www.nebula-design.com

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          • #20
            So, believe it or not this is the first time I'm trying to do multi-player with my adapter.
            It's the GENESIS version and on my Mac it shows as one device with two sets of X/Y axes and two buttons.

            What's the best way to set up the two joysticks in E-UAE or FS-EAE?

            None of the default options let me use both.
            Last edited by matt; 19 October 2013, 17:57.

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