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« on: April 24, 2002, 06:44:39 pm »

I'm using mame with non-standard keys (keyboard hack), so I need to remap all the keys for all the games. I heard mention of a utility to do this for me called mameset.exe but I can't find it anywhere.

Does anyone have it or a similar utility?


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Re: mameset
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2002, 04:54:42 am »

I use non-mame default keys too.
But I changed them within mame for all roms using the mame interface.
When you press tab during a game, it gives you the option to set controls for 'general' as well as 'this game only'.
Just choose the general option, and your changes will change the mame defaults.
If you have already set up individual controls for most of your games, then you may have to delete the config. files first so that the games use the (new) default settings.

Hope this works. Sorry, I've not heard of mameset.exe.
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