I saw in several places that the joystick competition pro is compatible with TheC64 mini... so, I ordered one and after connecting it it's impossible to make it work properly...
The problem is with the buttons assignement... there is any button that works as a "fire" button, so I'm unable to select a game, enter the menus, etc...
I'm using the latest firmware version... any idea about this problem?
*** IGNORE THIS, APPARENTLY I WAS WRONG *** I am afraid the Competition Pro only works once you are inside a Game. To get through the menus you still need the included joystick because especially the Main Menu button is not mapped to any button on the Competition Pro at all. Sorry.
Last Edit: Mar 17, 2019 11:35:05 GMT by kugelblitz
sh#*#t ;-) Ok, so i have to modify the gamecontrollerdb Here is the entry: 030000000b0400003365000000010000,Speed-Link Competition Pro,a:b1,b:b5,back:b3,lefttrigger:b0,leftx:a0,lefty:a1,righttrigger:b4,start:b2,x:b6,y:b7,platform:Linux,
but I don't understand all of the (underlined) entrys, since the joystick only has 4 buttons and 4 directions.These are 10 entrys
edit: this configuration is only for the old CP USB.
The configuration for the new CP extra 20th anniversary looks like this:
03000000790000001c18000011010000,SPEEDLINK COMPETITION PRO Game Controller for Android,a:b0,back:b1,lefttrigger:b3,leftx:a0,lefty:a1,start:b4,platform:Linux,
I tried to put start on b3 and lefttrigger on b4, but then the menu pops up when you press fire. Not funny
with try and error i managed to disable the menu button completely (after some unsuccessful tries like above to enable the menu on another button).
button mapping is now like this: a:b0,back:b1,lefttrigger:b3,leftx:a0,lefty:a1,start:b2,