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Old 19th April 2020, 02:54 AM
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Unhappy Z button stuck on "rapid fire" mode?

Hi, I'm brand new to both this forum and emulators, so if this has been answered feel free to just link another forum or something.

I'm having a weird problem I can't seem to find an answer for in Google. I am running the Project 64 emulator with a Brawler64 controller from Retro Fighters and a Mayflash brand N64 adapter to convert it to USB to connect to my PC. I am running windows 10 on the PC

I have been able to configure the controllers to be recognized by the computer and set all the buttons to the correct place and everything... only when I started playing a game did I realize that my z button is permanently stuck on a sort of "rapid fire" setting where holding it down registers as me hitting it quickly many times in a row, and I cannot seem to change this in the settings, even though I found the "rapid fire" box in "settings" and unchecked it.

Anybody else have this problem and do you know how to fix it? I know sometimes people say that the off-brand controllers have problems but I actually thought that despite being 3rd party, these controllers were some of the nicer ones you can get, based on apparent design, reviews and price... I can't imagine this would be something that cannot be changed.

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Old 19th April 2020, 12:25 PM
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Have you tried changing what the Z button does (both emulated and on the controller)? Have you used the controller in other programs before?
Originally Posted by dsx! View Post
are you american or something
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