VOLDOM, post: 7889021, member: 27231 wrote:
I believe that Neogeo and Megadrive/MSX don't use a command encoder chip, or something like that, so it is imposible to add support for these systems on any PCB.
mizuzu, post: 7893476, member: 5217 wrote:
VOLDOM, you need to install the driver for the USB bootloader mode, if you already have a driver you probably installed the wrong one. Unplug your PS360+, hold start on the device you use the PS360+ on, plug the PS360+, if it doesn't prompt you to install a driver go to device manager and right click on the PS360+ and update the driver. Point it to the Atmel directory and the usb folder and let it do it's thing.
RealNeoGeo, do you have an ETA on when the documentation for writing your own firmware is going to be out? I would like to add asynchronous SOCD to L + R
mizuzu, post: 7894811, member: 5217 wrote:
Hmm.. after upgrading to 1.3 PS360+ is not recognized in USB 3.0 ports.
jmanDMC, post: 7897410, member: 16670 wrote:
Just posting to the thread here since it's possible that someone found a workaround. A customer mentioned that Windows 8 USB libs are not recognized in the ATMEL software used to update the PS360+ firmware.
zer0_858, post: 7898075, member: 6283 wrote:
Is there a way to install this into a Madcatz and disable start button with the Lock switch?
TheRealNeoGeo, post: 7897498, member: 2477 wrote:
Thanks for helping VOLDOM. Was it you that e-mailed regarding SOCD? We are working on the code so it will be as good as possible when released as open source, as soon as it nears the ending I´ll post here for sure. Again, sorry for the wait.
VOLDOM, post: 7898336, member: 27231 wrote:
I don't know/remember...what is a SOCD? What I do know is that I have placed an order at akihabarashop (a JLF stick, some JLF parts and few Sanwa buttons) which hasn't been updated yet
I already paid but I can't even see it in my "account overview", it only shows older orders from 2010 and 2011.
VOLDOM, post: 7898720, member: 27231 wrote:
2 x OBSN-24 yellow
1 x JLF-TP-8Y-SK dust and shaft cover
2 x OBSN-30RG yellow
1 x Joystick-Adapter for battop
8 x OBSN-30RG pink
1 x H5P Seimitsu 5-pin universal joystick cable (why the big difference in price between Sanwa and Seimitsu cables??)
1 x LB-35 pink
1 x JLF-TP-8S metal shaft
1 x JLF-TP-8YT-SK green balltop
3 x LS-40 dust covers
Air mail, and I also left a note asking you to declare a price lower than $50, and mark as "gift", thanks Aki.
mizuzu, post: 7901651, member: 5217 wrote:
Yes, USB 3.0 was working in 1.2. As soon as I updated it it wouldn't recognize it even if I unplugged and replugged the cable. When I used a USB 2.0 port it got recognized immediately.
I did not do any testing though, and dont have a computer near me at the moment.
wazwuz, post: 7904692, member: 18356 wrote:
just get couple ps360 from preorder. thnx for making this awesome pcb
Oroku Saki, post: 7906630, member: 63914 wrote:
It looks like Akihabarashop.jp's forum is having issues; I was redirected to this.
IshimaruMakoto, post: 7908749, member: 73330 wrote:
how is it going?
I finally managed to install my PS360+ and tested, and I can say that I'm love.
The firmware update was piece of cake in the Win 7.
I just have one suggestion:
Can the PC mode be switched or have the option to change to X360?
The PC already manage to map the buttons and put everything to work automatically, better than have to map yourself everything.
It's just an idea, hope you guys understand.
TheRealNeoGeo, post: 7911921, member: 2477 wrote:
You can change mode when you insert the USB cable:
1. Hold down P1 when you insert USB cable and it will go into PC/PS3 mode.
2. Hold down P2 when you insert USB cable and it will go into Xbox 360 mode.
IshimaruMakoto, post: 7912213, member: 73330 wrote:
Exactly what I did.
My idea was to made the X360 mode default to when you insert the USB on PC.
Ariesno, post: 7917881, member: 44743 wrote:
Any chances do you restock this Seimitsu PS-15 color ? :
More questions :
Does Seimitsu PS-15 purple have same color of Sanwa's dark blue?
Are there any balltop purple or ash by Seimitsu?
Will you sell some exclusive content from JAEPO 2k13?
Ps : can you update the pictures of differents LS-58 and PS-15 ash please.
noodalls, post: 7917973, member: 4801 wrote:
Similar question, any plans to carry the OBSFS series of silenced sanwa buttons?
Ariesno, post: 7918098, member: 44743 wrote:
New webshop,that a very good new.
I waiting after JAEPO to see if Seimitsu (and other)make new stuff...if PS-15 purple really match with dark blue i absolute need it...also i never see seimitsu purple balltop and i can't find picture...the same with ash button.
I only found this :
and another where it seem to be white.
But i will see by myself cause yesterday i just ordered to you some ash buttons.
DeathGun, post: 7925038, member: 7828 wrote:
I have like 10 sawna joysticks that are "loose", the sticks are completely loose and I think it is due wasted parts, mainly the pivot (the white piece). Do you have the JLF springs and pivots to sell?
hibachifinal, post: 7926887, member: 69842 wrote:
sorry to bother you with this here, but I'm just curious about some of my orders. I have two orders made, #7847 (12/20/2012) and #7870 (01/05/2013), I requested to combine the orders shipping using your contact e-mail but I never got a response, I also asked availability and a quote on Seimitsu's PSL-30N's in the same message. Both orders are "processing" right now, and i'm not sure if it has shipped already, or if the orders were successfully combined, just need a heads up on the status of these orders.
that is all, thank you.
VOLDOM, post: 7930232, member: 27231 wrote:
I'm in the same situation as you, but in my case I cannot even see the status of my order.
TheRealNeoGeo, post: 7930973, member: 2477 wrote:
Did you send an e-mail about this? If not, please do so we can solve the issue. Sorry for the problems.
VOLDOM, post: 7933417, member: 27231 wrote:
I did, but I never got an answer so I don't know if you received it.
ShinMagus, post: 7943267, member: 2514 wrote:
Hi. Do you have an ETA for documentation or a tutorial on programming the firmware for the PS360+? I am personally interested in being able to switch SELECT with L1 or L2 (by default, 3P and 3K in SSF4AE) without resorting to switching the wires as people usually do. The hardware method is easy, but I'd rather be able to keep the buttons in their standard place for other games in general, and just make the change for "s-linking" (priority linking using SELECT) in AE. Perhaps a command for remapping all the buttons on-the-fly would do the trick.