I’ve searched high and low (but probably missed the obvious - apologies) for a quick and easy guide to configuring the various emulators - and the guides I did find were on RetroPie forums and didn’t really cover configuring for the Picade’s hardware.
Basically, I spent a very enjoyable couple of hours building the Picade the other day, it all worked first time which was great, I eventually got some old arcade roms running (using a USB keyboard to configure the controls in the ‘tab’ menu) - I actually own a few original arcade boards and an old Silverline cabinet, so it’s going to be cute when I photograph the Picade next to it running the same game :)
Anyway, flushed with success, I had a go at configuring the NES, SNES, CBM64 and Amiga emulators (all stuff from my childhood!) - but I could only get them to play with a keyboard which isn’t really the best experience when there is a joystick and buttons sat there looking pretty.
For the NES I did manage to find the config and was able to map buttons from a USB gamepad to it, which worked until reset and the original config is loaded over and you have to configure the gamepad each time (a bit impractical). I couldn’t seem to get it to work with the Picade’s controls at all.
Is there something I’m missing? Some config file I can just drop in which will tell all the emulators to use the built-in controls? I’d quite like the option of using the gamepad for the Nes/Snes games (as it’s a Snes type USB controller) - is it possible to get it to listen to both built-in and gamepad? Although maybe I shouldn’t run before I can walk!
Many thanks for your help…