Re: [cc65] Question on 1351 mouse

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Date: 2010-02-03 21:59:18
On 2010-02-03, at 16:57, Ullrich von Bassewitz wrote:

> On Wed, Feb 03, 2010 at 11:40:42AM +0100, wrote:
>> I mean AFAIR the (native, POT based) mouse movements should not interfere
>> with anything. If they do, then something's possibly broken on the emulation
>> level. This leaves only the mouse buttons to be concerned about.
> Nope. There is another mouse (1350 if I remember correctly) that emulates a
> joystick,

1351 can do it too. That's why I wrote "native, POT based". The other one or the othe mode in case of 1351 is just an uncomfortable joystick and is handled as joystick is.

> and there is a mouse driver that supports a joystick as a mouse. For
> these input devices, you have the phantom key problem not only for button
> presses but also for mouse movements.

Yes, that's what I also wrote in one of my previous messages of this thread. I was about the "native/POT based/analogue" mouse, which is the default mode of 1351. I (like many other) avoided the joystick problems by requiring the mouse in port 1, and the joystick in port 2. This is the old'n easy solution. The matter IMHO worth some extra attention is the 1351 in its native mode, though.

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