|View Articles by Category
There are no sub categories
Dual & Solo Joystick
There were 39 articles found in this category:
(Page 2 of 2)
- Joystick Grinding or Squeaking When Moved
Find the grind: The X-Arcade™ was made to be user serviceable, just like a real arcade. It does not void the Lifetime Warranty to open it. First you will need to open the X-Arcade™. Once open, the first thing to look for that could be causing the grinding is the cone-shaped piece (sh ...
- Android MAME4Droid and MAME4All on the X-Arcade
The X-Arcade acts like a keyboard on both MAME4Droid and MAME4All (except on Ouya), simply connect using the USB port. If your android device doesn't have a USB port, you can make is work wirelessly with the Mayflash brand PS2 wireless adapter for Android together with our Dedicated PS2 adapter ...
- Ouya with X-Arcade
The X-Arcade is natively supported by the OUYA game console and simply acts like a single gamepad. This means it will work in the menus and in supported software. Unfortunately however, the OUYA developers made both players on a dual/Tankstick controller both act like the same controller, so yo ...
- How can I disable 'Sticky Keys' and 'Filter Keys'?
The 'Sticky Keys' shortcut is activated by hitting the Shift key on your keyboard or button 4 on the X-Arcade 5 times. The 'Filter Keys' shortcut is activated by holding the Shift key on your keyboard or button 4 on the X-Arcade for 8 seconds. To disable them: Hit the Shift key 5 times to acti ...
- How do I use the X-Arcade™ with a USB or wireless keyboard?
USB Connection: The X-Arcade™ comes with both USB and PS/2 connection options, it is recommended to use the USB connection if you have a wireless or USB keyboard. Connected this way you do not need to have a keyboard plugged into the X-Arcade™ to use it. NOTE: You do need to have a ...
- Why is my keyboard double-typing, sticking, or freezing using X-Arcade™ on PS/2?
NOTE: The X-Arcade™ requires a PS/2 keyboard to be plugged into it to work in a PS/2 port. NOTE2: A 3rd-party PS/2-USB adapter will not work. Turn off your antivirus software. Antivirus software when set to automatically scan for viruses, may have a default option to protect instant messen ...
- Why doesn't my joystick control my character in my game on my game console?
Handheld gamepads for newer game consoles feature both digital and analog controlling devices. Most games use the D-pad and/or left thumbstick to operate a game. The X-Arcade™ supports only one digital joystick per player, therefore a mode change needs to be made to select whether this jo ...
- How do I replace a microswitch?
To replace a microswitch: Open the X-Arcade™ as instructed. PIC: Pull back the tallest plastic part holding the button in place. PIC: Lift the front part of the microswitch back. PIC: Remove the microswitch. PIC: To remove the the wires from the switch, use your fingers or pliers if n ...
- MAME™ Help
- Add Extra Key Functions to your X-Arcade on PC and for MAME, Including Macros
Add Extra Key Functions to your X-Arcade on PC and for MAME You can use AutoHotkey to not only software reprogram your X-Arcade keys on PC, but also to make macros (a set of keys that makes a sting of keys get pressed in order). If you want to add extra key functions to the X-Arcade on PC, downl ...
- Add a Spinner to your X-Arcade
A spinner control allows you to play games such as tempest the way they were originally played. And while the X-Arcade doesn't include a spinner, it is actually quite easy for anyone to add one or more to it. First off, you will not be able to connect a spinner to the existing X-Arcade electroni ...
- Atari Anniversary Edition Help
Using The X-Arcade with Atari Anniversary Edition NOTE: Skip any menus that ask you to install Direct X, a new version will already be installed in any modern Windows operating system. Be sure the X-Arcade is in Mode 1. Put the CD in the PC tray. If Autorun is enabled the main menu will pop up. ...
- How can I easily switch between 2 or more game consoles?
For the X-Arcade Controllers: You can purchase a DB9 Serial Switchbox and some extra serial cables to easily switch between one or more game consoles. Simply connect one serial cable between the IN port of the Switchbox and the X-Arcade™, and the other cables between the OUT ports and the ...
- M.U.G.E.N. - PC Guide
M.U.G.E.N. is a 2D fighting game engine that is enables you to create commercial-quality fighting games. Almost everything can be customized, from individual characters to stages, as well as the look and feel of the game. Download M.U.G.E.N. Official M.U.G.E.N. Forum M.U.G.E.N. X-Arcade cont ...
- Connect A Coin Door for X-Arcade™
The X-Arcade™ Coin Door works with any X-Arcade product! Here is a guide for using any other coin door with the X-Arcade™
- Mac Is Freezing, or Running Slow With X-Arcade
If your Mac is freezing or running very slowly you can disable the agent causing the problems following steps below: Click Mac HD System Library UserEventplugins Highlight the AppleHIDMouseAgent.plugin and delete Reboot your computer This will unload the HIDAgent hogging your resources. (Bug) ...
- How can I extend the X-Arcade cables?
BUTTONS/JOYS: The X-Arcade USB cable for the buttons/joys is very sensitive and cannot be extended with just a standard USB extension cable. Instead use an active USB Repeater Extension Cable. You can also extend the cable when using the PS/2 connection by getting either a longer serial cable, b ...
- How to play ANY emulator, game, or other program with the X-Arcade.
On a PC or Mac™, the buttons and joysticks are assigned to keyboard and mouse keys, think of the X-Arcade™ as an integrated keyboard (and if you have a trackball, it just acts like a mouse). When you press a button on the X-Arcade™ your computer thinks you are pressing a key on your keyboard (mo ...
- How do I use the X-Arcade™ on my laptop?
It is usually best to simply use the USB connection for laptops. It is also important to make sure NUMLOCK is ON (otherwise Joy1 will act as arrow keys instead of NUMPAD numbers). To turn NumLock on with a laptop, usually you will find a blue colored "Fn" key that must be held while pressing an ...
(Page 2 of 2)