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Author Topic: LEDBlinky 1 Trackball but change colors for each player  (Read 4678 times)

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LEDBlinky 1 Trackball but change colors for each player
« on: December 20, 2021, 06:27:22 pm »
Is this possible? I think it would be really nice for the trackball to change colors for each player, I have a rgb LED from an ultramarc button that I was going to add
to my existing  trackball

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Re: LEDBlinky 1 Trackball but change colors for each player
« Reply #1 on: December 21, 2021, 07:24:38 pm »
Interesting and configuration can be defined per game, but it will take time like everything else unless someone else has pre-made configurations you can harvest and implant with specific MAME or otherwise games.

I'd recommend test driving on one of your favorite trackball games and seeing what  XML configs can be adjusted from the default configurations to perform 1 or 2 player options.

Please also note, my trackball and LED controlled by Ultimarc haven't been configured yet and so I can't provide any direct help.

Hopefully someone else will chime in and please update future posts when you learn or make changes that show success.

I'll look forward to future posts...

Thanks for contributing,   Sorli...

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