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  1. #591
    skribblenauts Guest
    how do i load game saves?

  2. #592
    greeny2010 Guest
    How to use the cheat engine? Where should I place the cht files? I've them together with the smc files at the root of my usb drive. I can see the cheat option but it always show a 0.

  3. #593
    solrac1974 Guest
    Great work on this emulator, one of the best for PS3 right now. Keep the good work Devs!

  4. #594
    killer124 Guest
    Its a great emu and almost all the roms i played worked flawlessly, the only problem i have is that when i connect my snes controllers via usb adapter, it keeps switching ports... like i assign controller1 as #1 in ps3 menu so i can navigate through rom list (which is very sensible btw, you tap the down-arrow and it skips like 30 roms).

    but when i start a game, at the main menu all of a sudden controller2 is #1 and with some games (like super mario bros.) it constantly switches the #... hope you understand my problem and could maybe provide a fix or at least explain why it behaves like that, thanks.

  5. #595
    squarepusher2 Guest

    SNES9x PS3 4.4.4 (FW 1.92+/FW 3.15/FW 3.41/CFW 3.55)

    Today the PlayStation 3 Super Nintendo Emulator SNES9x PS3 has been updated to version 4.4.4 and includes support for Firmware 1.92+, 3.15, 3.41 and Custom Firmware 3.55.

    Download: SNES9x PS3 4.4.4 (FW 1.92+ /FW 3.15/FW 3.41/CFW 3.55) / Source Code

    From the ReadMe file, to quote:
    Build 4.4.4 (19-01-2010)
    Chrono Trigger would jump from 256x224 to 256x239 for one odd frame when
    transitioning from normal mode to battle mode - this caused an undesirable
    screen hiccup to occur everytime. This issue has been fixed.

    - FIXED: Player 2 - Buttons X/Y didn't work
    This bug was introduced in v4.4.3 due to an improper macro. It has now been
    fixed as of v4.4.4.

    - FIXED: Loading a ROM with a cheatfile loaded and then loading another ROM
    with no cheatfile will not clear out the previous game's cheats
    This bug was introduced in v4.4.0, and has now been fixed as of v4.4.4. Also
    note that games which do not have a cheatfile will create a new cheatfile

    - FIXED: Super Scope controls auto-centered when let go of thumbstick
    - ADDED: Better Super Scope controls
    Previously in v4.4.3, the Super Scope crosshair would center back to the middle
    of the screen as soon as you let go of the thumbstick on the left analog stick.
    Now it controls much more closely to the mouse. Note that there might be an
    option to toggle the Super Scope controls in the future (to either auto-center
    when let go of the thumbstick or let the cursor stay at the current position).

    - FIXED: Some games were hooked up with patchy controls (Doom)
    - ADDED: Accessory Autodetection
    The accessory autodetection in v4.4.2/4.4.3 left some things to be desired.
    A new setting has been added to the SNES9x Settings screen - 'Accessory Auto-

    SNES9x PS3 auto-detects most games that feature support for these peripherals.
    This setting will control how SNES9x PS3 will deal with these games when it
    detects them.

    CONFIRM - When detecting a Mouse/Scope/Multitap-compatible game, a dialog
    screen is presented to the user asking him/her if the accessory
    should be enabled. If you select 'No', normal 2 joypad controls
    will be used instead.
    ON - Games which support Mouse/Scope/Multitap will be automatically
    detected and the accessory will be automatically enabled without
    any input from the user.
    OFF - Accessories will not be detected or enabled - standard 2 joypad
    controls for all games.

    - ADDED: Control Schemes
    There are now three [Control Schemes] - 'Default', 'New', and 'Custom'.

    DEFAULT - Controls are the same as they were before.

    NEW - A new control scheme. See below:

    R3 + L3 - [Exit to Menu] - go back to the ROM Browser

    Right analog stick - Up - SNES9x pause (supersedes regular SNES pause).
    Right analog stick - Left - Decrement fastforward speed by one (-1).
    Right analog stick - Right - Increment fastforward speed by one (+1).
    Right analog stick - Down - Toggle [Fastforwarding] on/off.

    Right analog stick - Left + L2 - Decrement cheat position by one (-1).
    Right analog stick - Right + L2 - Increment cheat position by one (+1).
    Right analog stick - Up + L2 - Toggle the currently selected cheat on/off.
    Right analog stick - Down + L2 - Input a cheat with an on-screen keyboard.

    Right analog stick - Left + R2 - Decrement save state slot by one (-1).
    Right analog stick - Right + R2 - Increment save state slot by one (+1).
    Right analog stick - Up + R2 - Load from currently selected save state slot.
    Right analog stick - Down + R2 - Save to currently selected save state slot.
    R2 + R3 - Toggle [SRAM Write Protection] on/off.

    L2 + R3 - Toggle [Record Movie] on/off.
    L2 + L3 - Load Movie

    CUSTOM - Custom control scheme. All buttons/button combos can be

    - ADDED: Savestate SRAM Overwrite Protect
    Implemented by request - see Issue 8: Loading a save state also load the
    associated save ram file and write it to disk right away.
    (URL: https://code.google.com/p/snes9x-ps3...ail?id=8&can=1)

    Normally, when SNES9x loads a savestate, the SRAM contents are automatically
    overwritten. The ugly side-effect of this is that this can unknowingly
    delete your normal saved game progress.

    ON - SNES9x will write-protect SRAM - this means that if you load a save-
    state, it will not overwrite the SRAM save(s). However, SRAM is not
    saved at all in this mode.
    OFF - SRAM is writable - this means that if you load a savestate, it will
    overwrite the SRAM save(s).

    NOTE: This option can be toggled in-game with the 'New' control scheme by
    pressing button combo [R2 + R3].

    - ADDED: Cheat Code Input In-game with Onscreen Keyboard
    Cheatcodes can now be inserted with an onscreen keyboard in-game. A new
    action has been added called 'Cheat Input'.

    Cheatcodes that you add will be saved to your cheatfile. Currently, the cheat
    code will be added in order.

    NOTE: This option can be toggled in-game with the 'New' control scheme by
    pressing button combo [L2 + Analog Stick Right - Down].

    NOTE: There is still a bug that happens after inserting 15/16 cheat codes
    in a row.

    When this bug happens, you will no longer be presented with the option to
    input a label after correctly inputting a cheat. Instead, the label will be
    the cheat code itself. This is a memory shortage bug that we hope to fix soon.

    - ADDED: Resolution saving
    Implemented by request - see Issue 18: Screen resolution does not save upon
    (URL: https://code.google.com/p/snes9x-ps3...il?id=18&can=1)

    The resolution you had previously played in will now be automatically selected
    when you start SNES9x the next time.

    There are also sane fallbacks. If SNES9x saved the resolution at 1080p and the
    next time you want to play SNES9x you happen to have your PS3 connected to a
    screen that doesn't support 1080p - it will fall back to a lower resolution
    that your TV does support.

    - ADDED: Throttle Mode
    This is a performance benchmarking feature that might or might not be useful
    to users. Turn this 'Off', and VSync and audio will be disabled - the game
    will then run at the maximum amount of frames per second (FPS) that the PS3
    can manage.

    NOTE: There seems to be a hardware/software cap of 124/125fps that appears to
    be prevalent even in menus.

    More PlayStation 3 News...

  6. #596
    Ne0z Guest
    Thanks a bunch Square

  7. #597
    rodo Guest
    Thanks for the update, downloading now to try it out!

  8. #598
    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    I have now promoted it to the main page as well and +Rep to squarepusher2!

  9. #599
    sojulush Guest
    Where do i put the roms? I tried these paths without success. //dev_hdd0/game/snes9000 and //dev_hdd0/snes9000/USRDIR. i am using fileFXP and blackbox on 3.55.

    Edit: nvm, my roms were the wrong file type.

  10. #600
    ssj33goku Guest
    thx man, i can play old SNES games in HD lol.

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