This emulator is quickly becoming the emulator of choice. runs many games at or close to full speed, save states, sound, and all that jazz. the only thing i wish it had was volume. damn its loud.

Version .35 beta introduced volume control. Yay. :P --Sevish 03:51, 17 March 2006 (PST)

Direction 'pad'

I don't know if it is just my unit, but directional control is terrible! I think that preferance should be given to the cardinal directions on the stick. i.e. ignore up-left input if you also find up or left input. This might have some impact on games with lots of diagonal movement, but currently I can barely operate options/input menus on most games. This is case 2 here: Suggested Joystick Configurations

Maybe there could be selectable input filtering? Like above options put a controls icon and let the user choose:

 ignore diagonal
 favor cardinal (What's a better term?)
 favor diagonal
 full input

BTW I have this sort of problem in all gp2z programs. Actually SquidgeSNES handles directional input better than most! It's just that I like SquidgeSNES more so I want it to get better.

The Mark I's have this issue due to the poorly designed joystick bias. There's not much any of the software can do, since it's a hardware issue.

Arccos 01:40, 27 January 2007 (PST)

Web link is dead

Seems the web site is down....

Please update, thanks --Cribe 19:43, 6 June 2006 (PDT)

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