I don't know why he stopped at v1.51b for the PSP, but it could be also that he dropped support for it because he lost interest in a PSP port. Although, he is right to say that having a newer port for the PSP would give nothing, since the binary translators (For the SVP and the 32x) aren't built for a MIPS and hence won't work.
Originally Posted by lee4
I just noticed that too. It was fine until... I saved the configuration and loaded another ROM.
Originally Posted by RandQalan
The settings seem to get messed up, although I'm not sure why. To re-enable sound, you have to enable sound, and enable all the sound peripheral emulation (e.g. Z80 etc). Deleting the configuration file may solve the problem entirely.
Unfortunately, the cause of the problem is not clear.
I'm sorry, but I'm not sure about what you're trying to say here. But regardless of what this problem is, what do the Japanese people have to do with this emulator port?
Originally Posted by POLHACK
I think that you're telling me that the seperator character used differs when the left and right thumbsticks are used. I did add support for the 2nd analog stick and it might have problems, since I had to extend the list of buttons.
Right now, it seems like the combo detection function needs to be updated because it isn't aware of the new buttons (Should cut off at bit #24 instead of #28 ). You're getting a plus sign with the left analog stick probably because it isn't aware that bits 24-31 (instead of 28-31) now refer to the positions of the analog sticks.
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