#60: lubomyr, thanks for new version. Perhaps, joystick is displayed but does not react. Even in Victory Commander. As you wrote - trackpad does not work and timeout is OK. And remapping physical keys still dont work :( I start have feeling that HTC Desire Z is cursed...
lubomyr: I am sorry. This new build is worse than the old one. Settings button blink for one half second. Trackball does not work (in old one worked). Remapping arrow keys (up, down, right, left) dont work at all. In early version I can move up/down in Victory Commander. Now I even cannot do this - remapping keys to W, A, S, Z now is completely ignored. Althought other remapping is fully function (f.e. Del > backspace). I regret HTC Desire have not got hardware arrow keys. I know if you have not got acces to the device, so you can hardly find problem :(
https://sites.google.com/site....s=0&d=1 - fixed timeout setting button screen - added on-screen joystick - 1-st onscreen button assigned to RETURN - small bugfixes trackball still not work all others not tested
Hi, I have problem with HTC Desire Z. Hardware keys remapping is not working for me. For example, I remap "A" from HW keyboard like "left", in build in file manager is working (I think), but when I execute some game like PoP or Prehistorik, the key is not working. Also trackpad.
The onscreen joystick is the only one thing what is working. I think this is realy pitty. Of I use latest version from here. However I tried other ports of DosBox for Android (aDosBox and AnDosBox) and only your is working satisfying. aDosBox nor andosbox cannot remap keys and i cannot use arrows too.
If you have time, to make fix or write me what i am doing wrong, it woud be great. Thanks.
update. i just found out how to re-calibrate the mouse pointer on the run.
1. you will need to calibrate touchscreen so the calibration image expand to fit the screen as much as possible. 2. when mouse pointer is available, hold your finger on the screen and slide your finger to the closest corner of the screen to the pointer. (if the pointer is to the top left of where you finger touch, then slide to top left, if bottom right, then slide to bottom right, etc.) afterward, the pointer will land wherever you touch the screen.
redo #2 if the pointer misalign again.
note: it doesn't always work. i found that some programs simply wouldn't let the pointer move all the way to the corners.