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Author Topic: Batocera / Recalbox Problems with Controllers  (Read 6142 times)

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Batocera / Recalbox Problems with Controllers
« on: February 26, 2019, 11:22:15 am »
Hello!! I've been looking online with any luck. My problem is that I'm using two Zero Day Encoders (and show up as Microtek USB Gamepads) on Batocera, which is a fork of Recalbox. When I use a configure a single controller everything works fine, but when I add a second enconder all my controls go crazy on the first controller.

I've  read that is a problem with the encoders because they have a same name.

Has somebody around here had the same issues?


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Re: Batocera / Recalbox Problems with Controllers
« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2021, 10:16:00 am »
Sorry, old post I know, but did you ever resolve this? Optipac-mini giving me similar issues...