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Post by Admin on Sun Apr 20, 2014 12:59 pm

There are some software conflicts/bugs/quirks with I-pac (at least the old version) and frontends that cause constant crashes (due to escape mapping/conflicts/bugs) and some other things I've often wrestled with when installing and using Maximus Arcade and Ultimarc's I-Pac.   Here are some tips that may save you lots of aggravation;


sWamp-Ass wrote:Maximus Arcade install notes;


Make sure;

a. To avoid "media path" config. error for mame add the .7z file extension in the Maximus Arcade rom setting for mame.  (go to;Preferences/configuration/mame(dropdown menu)/Scan/media extensions.)

b. To avoid escape/crashes/errors with the shift function of Ultimarc's Ipac (especially when exiting games and going back to the frontend) you must reassign escape to P2 button (Preferences/Controller/quit executable to "2") and use an 2 second delay to avoid accidental escapes. (go to; Preferences/controller/delay - make 3 seconds for 'quit excecutable).


c. To avoid escape/crashes/errors with N64 emulator Prodject64 disengage the escape key in the N64 emulator.

   Go to; options/setting/keyboard shortcuts/file menu/exit and Game Playing Fullscreen in the CPU state pulldown menu. 
 
d. Go to; Preferences/options/mame/check "mame rom description" and increase "delay while generating mame xml" to "444" or something very high so Max. Arc. doesn't time out while generating long mame lists.
 
e. To avoid getting the Black Screen Of Death exiting games?  

1. Go to Maximus ARcade settings and move the background priority setting all the way to high.  Here's how;

f. SETUP PREFERENCES: OPTIONS: BACKGROUND TASK PRIORITY


(1) Set task priority for frontend to HIGH!  This slider allows you to control the level of priority given to the frontend as it runs as a background task. Slower machines should have this setting to high.
  Source Here



2. Go the Mame ini file and move it's priority setting to -10.  The range is from +1 to -15.
 Also; change the "esc" or "exit" key in mame.  
 Here's how to change assignment of 'esc' key;
 Start a game, press the [tab] button, and select "Input (general)" in the menu list.  Change "UI Cancel" to the key, ex Q, you want to use instead.

G. Change the Maximus Arcade Exit Hook setting;

In Maximus Preferences go to "Configuration" tab
in the "Configuration for:" field select "MAME"
goto the "EXIT" tab
select the "Use exit hook:" field
["Use internal exiting routines (recommended)" should un check itself]
in the "Use exit hook:" field, press the 2 player button so the field says "2"


H. Try disabling number lock in windows;

Microsoft Windows NT, 2000, and XP users can adjust how Microsoft Windows handles the Num Lock status by editing the Windows registry. See the registry help page for additional information about the Windows registry and potential problems that may occur if edited improperly.[/font][/color][/color][/size]

  1. Click Start, click Run, and type regedit to open the Windows registry editor.
  2. In the registry, open the below folders.

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\
    Control Panel\
    Keyboard\
     

  3. Within the keyboard folder, you should have a string value named "InitialKeyboardIndicators" with a value of 0, 1, or 2. Below is the explanation of each of these values.

    0 = Num Lock is turned OFF after the logon.
    1 = Disable Num Lock.
    2 = Numlock is turned ON after the logon.



I. Here's a little program to help exiting game; http://lustark.com/closemul

Hope these help!




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More on AHK;


G. Insert a AutoHotKey Script in Windows to delay Escape sequence;



2 AHK Scripts;


1 & 2::
BlockInput, on
sleep, 500
BlockInput, off
Return


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ahk script that tells the computer to send esc when 1 & 2 are pressed at the same time.  It seems to help to make sure the "1&2" button up signal is sent before esc.  See below.  

~1 & 2
Send, (1 up)
Send, (2 up)
Send, (esc down)
Blockinput, on
Sleep, 1500
Send, (esc up)
Blockinput, off
Return

Source; http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php?topic=134320.0

http://www.autohotkey.com/docs/Tutorial.htm

http://l.autohotkey.net/AutoHotkey_L_Install.exe from http://www.autohotkey.com/






Creating a script
Each script is a plain text file containing commands to be executed by the program (AutoHotkey.exe). A script may also contain hotkeys and hotstrings, or even consist entirely of them. However, in the absence of hotkeys and hotstrings, a script will perform its commands sequentially from top to bottom the moment it is launched.


http://www.autohotkey.com/docs/Tutorial.htm wrote:To create a new script:

Download and install AutoHotkey.
Right-click an empty spot on your desktop or in a folder of your choice.
In the menu that appears, select New -> AutoHotkey Script. (Alternatively, select New -> Text Document.)
Type a name for the file, ensuring that it ends in .ahk. For example: Test.ahk
Right-click the file and choose Edit Script.
On a new blank line, type the following:
#space::Run www.google.com
In the line above, the first character "#" stands for the Windows key; so #space means holding down the Windows key then pressing the spacebar to activate the hotkey. The :: means that the subsequent command should be executed whenever this hotkey is pressed, in this case to go to the Google web site. To try out this script, continue as follows:

Save and close the file.
Double-click the file to launch it. A new icon appears in the taskbar notification area.
Hold down the Windows key and press the spacebar. A web page opens in the default browser.
To exit or edit the script, right-click the green "H" icon in the taskbar notification area.
Notes:

Multiple scripts can be running simultaneously, each with its own icon in the taskbar notification area.
Each script can have multiple hotkeys and hotstrings.
To have a script launch automatically when you start your computer, create a shortcut in the Start Menu's Startup folder.


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Re: Maximus Arcade Install Tips! #mame, #emulation, #frontend, #maximus_arcade, #arcade

Post by Admin on Thu Apr 24, 2014 8:35 pm

FAQs of Exiting
Postby mameseer » Sun Nov 04, 2007 1:07 pm

Hi all,

I been getting bombarded recently with problems regarding how to exit an emulator and return to the game selection window of Maximus Arcade. Here's a troubleshooting guide to assist with all of the questions.

Q: The screen is black and MA appears to have crashed. How do I return to the game selection window?

A: MA didn't really crash. Most crashes of MA would show an alert box stating a "director error". If you've launched an emulator and you can't return to the selection window its because you aren't using the MA 'quit executable' button to exit your emulator. This key is assigned in the preferences window of MA. With MA you will only need one quit button to exit out of all emulators. MA closes the emulators for you so that you don't have to remember every emulator’s quit button. The MA default 'quit executable' button is END or HOME. I find that using a key that most emulators don't usually recognize works best. This is because the emulator doesn't respond to the key. If you mapped your 'quit executable' button to ESC for example, some emulators would show a quit dialog, change window modes, or show a menu bar. At this point you are reminded of the windows environment running underneath Sad

Q: Why do I have to double punch the 'quit executable' button to exit?

A: Sometimes you will need to double punch the 'quit executable' button. This may be necessary because an emulator is using an usually high amount of the cpu processor and MA can't see the keypress right away. Generally holding the key down for 1 second or more is enough.

Q: The 'quit executable' button works fine when I have the quit delay set to zero. Why when I set the delay to 2 seconds or more it never works?

A: Are you using a key combination to initiate the 'quit executable' key? If yes, are you using an IPAC board? If yes, does it have a PS2 or USB cable?

I've recently found that IPAC boards using a PS2 cable tend to only send a single keystroke when a key combination is held down. So if you hold down the SHIFT+CONTROL keys for instance, to send the ESC key as your 'quit executable' button, it only gets sent once and no keydown state is recognized, but if the IPAC is using a USB cable, then key combo does initiate a continuous keydown state for ESC. Which means that the quit delay option won't work for a PS2 cable IPAC because the key-combo isn't recognized as a continuous keydown state. To see whether a continuous keydown state can be maintained, hold down your key-combo in a program like notepad.

Q: I'm using a gamepad/joystick as a controller. When I assign the 'quit executable' button for my gamepad it works within MA but when I launch a game, only the keyboard assigned 'quit executable' works when exiting an emulator. Why is that?

A: Some users are experiencing problems when exiting an emulator with their gamepad/joysticks. The problem has not been isolated and it is still being investigated. In the meantime, a resourceful group of users have used the program JoyToKey to map the gamepad/joystick button to the 'quit executable' keyboard input.

*** UPDATE *** - If you assign a single joystick button to 'quit executable' it will not register with MA while your emulator is running. If you assign 2 or more joystick buttons to 'quit executable' MA will register the joystick input. Example: JOY_BUTTON11+JOY_BUTTON12 Source Here;
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Post by Admin on Thu Apr 24, 2014 8:51 pm

The workaround options until there is a fix are: Option 1. Spin Joy1 in a complete circle before exiting a game. If you get the black screen don't panic, just spin joy1 again and use the exit command again. Option 2. Turn off numlock when using Maximus (now joy1 on the X-Arcade acts like arrow keys) Option 3. Reprogram the X-Arcade to use different keys for Button 4 (Shift) or Joy1, change settings in Maximus to match. I use # 2
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Post by Admin on Thu Apr 24, 2014 8:55 pm

Hello all,

I am Jeremy from Xgaming, Inc., and I'm going to try see if I can help find a workaround or fix for this issue until mameseer is able to nail it down once and for all. Please know that we have not been in touch with him, so we don't know anything more than you do at this point. He is more than welcome to contact me directly if he wishes.

First and foremost please do not trash the software or mameseer in this thread as it will only get it closed…take that to another thread please.

I am basing this off of our Maximus Arcade and MAME setup guide and files here: http://www.xgaming.com/support/questions/102/

If I am correct in my findings, this problem has nothing to do with the X-Arcade at all, but may indeed a small bug in the Maximus software or Windows 7.
EDIT: This may be a problem in Windows 7 only, please confirm your O/S and whether you have the same problem.

To replicate the bug consistently, simply hold any numpad direction (2,4,6 or 8 = Joy1 on the X-Arcade) and then hit the Shift key (= Button 4 on the X-Arcade - LK on SF, LP on MK). Now when you try to exit a game you will see the bug. Furthermore, if you do the same combination while in the Maximus menu, you will see that direction will get stuck. You can also see it happens in the X-Arcade Test Program. Bug identified.

The workaround options until there is a fix are:
Option 1. Spin Joy1 in a complete circle before exiting a game. If you get the black screen don't panic, just spin joy1 again and use the exit command again.
Option 2. Turn off numlock when using Maximus (now joy1 on the X-Arcade acts like arrow keys)
Option 3. Reprogram the X-Arcade to use different keys for Button 4 (Shift) or Joy1, change settings in Maximus to match.
Option 4. Use one of these methods to make the X-Arcade act as a gamepad in windows instead of a keyboard: http://www.xgaming.com/support/questions/61/

I also have a few workarounds if you do get the black screen bug so you don’t have to reboot the PC:
1. If you move joy1 in all directions (or technically just the direction it got stuck in), you can then use the Exit Game command to get back to the Maximus menu.
2. Hit ALT+TAB and then ALT+F4 to close Maximus.
3. Hit the Windows key (or CTRL+ESC), then right-click on the taskbar button for Maximus and choose close.

I have also noticed that you cannot exit Maximus using ALT+F4 unless you first hit Alt+Tab. I don’t know if this is related or helpful.

Please try these solutions out and see if my findings are correct, or if there is more to it that I have missed.

Related threads:
viewtopic.php?f=1&t=825
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1843
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2256
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2199


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Post by Admin on Thu Apr 24, 2014 8:58 pm

Hello guys,

I don't have the tansktick but I wrote this small tool that turn off the num lock, so you can use with the "Run application on startup" option if you wish.


http://www.awkantun.com/mytools/numlockoff.zip

Best regards

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Re: Maximus Arcade Install Tips! #mame, #emulation, #frontend, #maximus_arcade, #arcade

Post by Admin on Sun Apr 27, 2014 7:44 am

AHK Scripts;


1 & 2::
BlockInput, on
sleep, 500
BlockInput, off
Return


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ahk script that tells the computer to send esc when 1 & 2 are pressed at the same time.  It seems to help to make sure the "1&2" button up signal is sent before esc.  See below.  

~1 & 2
Send, (1 up)
Send, (2 up)
Send, (esc down)
Blockinput, on
Sleep, 1500
Send, (esc up)
Blockinput, off
Return

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Post by Admin on Sun Apr 27, 2014 9:02 pm

Another way might be to change the priority of a process. You can do that quite easily using Task Manager; just right-click the process, choose Set Priority, and then set one of the available options:

Process Priority

Nice. But can you do this same thing using a script?

Well, as long as you’re running Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 the answer is yes. (Sorry, Windows 2000 users, but this won’t work for you.) That’s because the WMI class Win32_Process, found in those versions of Windows, includes a method named SetPriority, which allows you to modify the priority of a running process. For example, here’s a script that sets the priority of Notepad.exe to Below Normal:

Const BELOW_NORMAL = 16384

strComputer = "."
Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:\\" & strComputer & "\root\cimv2")

Set colProcesses = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = 'Notepad.exe'")
For Each objProcess in colProcesses
objProcess.SetPriority(BELOW_NORMAL)
Next
The script begins by defining a constant named BELOW_NORMAL and setting the value to 16384; as you might expect, we’ll use this constant later on to change the priority of Notepad to Below Normal. Are there other values you can use to assign a different priority to a process? Of course there are:

Priority Class

Value

Normal

32

Low

64

Real-time

128

High

256

Below Normal

16384

Above Normal

32768

After creating the constant the script connects to the WMI service, then uses this line of code to retrieve a collection of all the processes with the name Notepad.exe:

Set colProcesses = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Select * from Win32_Process Where Name = 'Notepad.exe'")
After the collection has been returned we simply use a For Each loop to cycle through all the instances of Notepad.exe. (For this script we’re assuming there’s either only one such instance or, if there all multiple instances, you want all of them to have a Below Normal priority.) Inside that loop we call the SetPriority method, passing as the sole parameter the constant BELOW_NORMAL:

objProcess.SetPriority(BELOW_NORMAL)
If you check the priority of Notepad.exe (either using a script or using Task Manager) you’ll see that it now has a priority of Below Normal.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2005/05/16/how-can-i-lower-the-priority-of-a-process-using-a-script.aspx
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Re: Maximus Arcade Install Tips! #mame, #emulation, #frontend, #maximus_arcade, #arcade

Post by Admin on Wed Apr 30, 2014 9:03 pm


MaximusArcade:
I've set up 3 ways to exit a Emu...
1.) when I press DEL.
2.) Combo (P1B1 + Player1)
3.) Combo (P2B1 + Player2)

I just realized that I'm using DEL and not ESC to Exit Emus in MA!!.....
If I press ESC in Mame I get the "Black screen of death" but if I then press DEL or one of my Combos it'll exit out to MA.
It seems that If you press ESC MAME will exit but MA does not recognize it as "MA" command and fails to notice that MAME has infact terminated.
So "sharing" command keys seems to f*ck things up. Let ESC exit Mame in Windows but let DEL terminate your Emus in MA.
Reassign your keys show us the videos..... Good luck.

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Post by Admin on Wed Apr 30, 2014 9:16 pm

Use X-Arcade™ as a Windows Joystick/Gamepad Controller
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Method 1:
VJoy Virtual Joystick Driver can create virtual joysticks in Windows, and comes with a tool which allows you to map keystrokes to the virtual joysticks axes and buttons. Our custom ini will map the X-Arcade to the same buttons layout as a Xbox 360 controller in Windows. This means that any game you play that has an Xbox 360 controller option will work with no additional setup needed.

Download VJoy and install it. Windows will warn you that it's an unsigned driver, choose continue anyway.
Download X-Arcade.ini (right-click and choose 'save as', IE users may need to rename the .htm to .ini) and place it in the directory C:\Program Files (x86)\VJoy
Open VJoy and click 'Open Ini" and choose the X-Arcade.ini file.
You can test your settings in the standard Windows Game Controller test. Note that the Player 1 joystick can change between analog mode and D-Pad mode using the Numlock key, numkey on is D-Pad, off is Analog.

Method 2:
You can use our 2in1 adapter to connect your X-Arcade to your PC so that it acts like a normal game controller, but this will requre using a special driver and software called MotioninJoy (We can't help you with this). Alternative.

You can also use a Playstation2-PS3/USB adapter (or our Xbox 360 adapter kit) along with our Playstation 2 adapter to connect your X-Arcade to a PC via USB. This allows you to change modes just like on the PS2 & 3 console.


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Post by Admin on Wed Apr 30, 2014 9:22 pm

http://joytokey.net/en/download
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Post by Admin on Thu May 01, 2014 7:26 pm

MaxismusArcadeInstallInstructions wrote:Pressing the PREVIOUS/QUIT EXECUTABLE button on this screen will return you to the emulator/executable selection screen.

The loading screen shows while the media is opened with the executable. At this point, the frontend becomes a background task that waits for the PREVIOUS/QUIT EXECUTABLE button to be pressed. Once the PREVIOUS/QUIT EXECUTABLE button has been pressed, the frontend will attempt to quit the emulator/executable for you and return to the media selection screen.
Make sure that you are exiting your emulator/executable by pressing the PREVIOUS/QUIT EXECUTABLE button that was mapped in the the frontend preferences panel,not the default emulator quit key. In some instances you may have to press the PREVIOUS/QUIT EXECUTABLE key twice. In the case of some emulators, you may have to hold the key down for up to 10 seconds.








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OK OK spacegoogie... here is my latest.

I got it to fail, and fail many times. I played around with the input sensitivity under Controller:Input:Keyboard
in Maximus Prefs.

Most games would exit except Mortal Kombat.

So I set the sensitivity back to where it was before I changed it and Mortal Kombat still would fail.

I looked around prefs and got it to work AGAIN.

This is what I changed:
In Maximus Preferences go to "Configuration" tab
in the "Configuration for:" field select "MAME"
goto the "EXIT" tab
select the "Use exit hook:" field
["Use internal exiting routines (recommended)" should un check itself]
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Post by Admin on Fri May 02, 2014 5:34 pm

http://mamedev.org/source/docs/windows.txt.html wrote: Windows performance options
  50  ---------------------------
  51  
  52  -priority
  53  
  54      Sets the thread priority for the MAME threads. By default the priority
  55      is left alone to guarantee proper cooperation with other applications.
  56      The valid range is -15 to 1, with 1 being the highest priority. The
  57      default is 0 (NORMAL priority).


or change assignment of 'esc' key;


Start a game, press the [tab] button, and select "Input (general)" in the menu list.  Change "UI Cancel" to the key, ex Q, you want to use instead.
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Post by Admin on Fri May 09, 2014 6:27 am

http://www.auto-clicker.com/2011/09/joystick-to-keyboard-mouse-or-open-application/

http://www.xpadder.com/

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http://www.starlino.com/usb_gamepad_gyro.html

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Post by Admin on Sat May 24, 2014 10:39 am

bat file to open and close player...


mplay32 /play /close "c:\windows\media\windows xp error.wav"



http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch001041.htm wrote:Opening a sound file in a different program
To play an audio file in a different media player, set the path to the directory of where the alternative media player is or move into the directory that contains the audio file. Otherwise you'll get an error message indicating that the command is not recognized.
For example, assuming you wanted to play a MP3 file in the VLC media player. You could move into the C:\Program files\VideoLan\VLC directory or add the directory to your path. From this directory, type the below command to execute and start playing the MP3 file in VLC. Keep in mind that the mplay32 options mentioned above (/play and /close) do not work for every media player including VLC.
vlc "c:\music\my song.mp3"




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Post by Admin on Sat May 24, 2014 11:05 am

https://www.wuala.com/mameaddicts/MAME-Frontends-more/keythis110.zip/
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Post by Admin on Sat May 24, 2014 11:26 am

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Post by Admin on Sat May 24, 2014 11:37 am

http://www.mediafire.com/download/abha9wbn15snw7i/Vjukecade_V1.04.zip

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