RockLobster Posted January 24 Share Posted January 24 36 minutes ago, Jstick said: The hard dip switch setting is all 3 down: "The Atari 2600 paddles are part of a "2600-daptor" mode. When in this mode, you can freely switch between 2600 paddles, joystick, and driving just like you can with the Original and 2600 II - no need to use Auto Sense." That's right. However, this is the Driving Controller and not Paddles. My understanding is that the two controllers use different schemes for the 2600 to read inputs from regarding capacitor timings? Someone more knowledgeable should correct me. Regardless, I'd also tried forcing them to Paddles but no luck. 38 minutes ago, Jstick said: This note: "Atari 2600 Joystick/Driving (driving may be miss-detected, use joystick or paddles, then swap to driving)" only applies when the dips are set to Auto Sense, so it shouldn't be necessary to plug in a joystick first when using the driving controller in "2600-daptor" mode. Yes that's right. Either way, if the 2600dapter-d9 isn't sending a smooth range of motion, there's not much any host PC or MiSTer can do about it. That is, the host is receiving only a few states/positions as described in greater detail in this old AA post: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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