Y, I had diodes on both. I'll double check nothing was short circuited. But even with the diodes, the controller needs support, correct?
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Don't Panic. Please wash hands.
I tried this over the weekend but still got interference from the other joystick. I forgot to make note if they were different issues or the same combinations.
I can certainly try that. Can you provide a description of how the diodes should be wired up?
Thanks for confirming. Please let me know if the controller supports the diodes.
Some more info:
My keyrah controller is AU9410G22-CAL-GR which is a 19 x 8 matrix.
The data sheet (https://pdf1.alldatasheet.com/…w/219016/ETC1/AU9410.html) shows this:
Numpad 2 = Row 10 Col 5 (JS2 down)
Numpad 4 = Row 11 Col 4 (JS2 Left)
Numpad 1 = Row 11 Col 5 (JS1 Right)
Is this why Numpad 1 can't be detected while Numpad 2 and Numpad 4 are pressed together?
Myself and other users have noticed that when we are using the Keyrah, there are certain joystick combinations that will not work when two players are using joysticks simultaneously. We're wondering if this is a limitation of the way USB keys work or if there is something that can be done to fix it.
In emu mode (switch down), if you hold DOWN + LEFT on JS2 (JS2 DOWN=Keypad 2, then JS2 LEFT=Keypad 4) then try to push JS1 RIGHT=Keypad 1 on the other joystick, it will not register. There are other combinations as well that prevent FIRE on one joystick while holding DOWN+RIGHT or UP+RIGHT on the other. The issue has been reproduced on Linux, Windows, Raspbian and BMC64. Same type of issue will happen with 'normal' mode (switch up) just different combinations. Is this generally a limitation of using usb key events for joysticks? Thanks.
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