Thanks. Xbox controllers get listed as both HID and XInput devices (the type is in brackets after the name when mapping). HID controllers of the same type don't currently get a unique name, I only have 1 working controller at the mo but I'll see if I can fix it so they do.For the test i have connect a XBOX One Wireless Controller Stick with two XBOX One Wireless Controllers. After i have connect it, in the plugin i see four controller 2 XBOX One Wireless Controllers und 2 XBox 360 Controller. The Two One-Wireless Controller have the same name. When i think, that i can connect up to 8 Controllers, then i have a problem with config because all looking same. Do you know who i mean? I think a numbering for same controllers were good.
i have no xbox 360 controller, but 2 xbox one wireless controller, but every controller is 2 times listed. One time as xbox one controller and the second time as dxinput (xbox 360 controller. When you work on the plugin and you need a tester with 2 conroller (even i have 3 controller), you can give me the plugin for testing. No problem.I only have 1 working controller at the mo but I'll see if I can fix it so they do
I don't think Windows allows dots in extensions so the extension of your files is just '.gz'. You should configure the emulator with '.gz' rather than '.iso.gz'.i have also find out, that not all file extention are find with the mediasearching, when extention have more than one dot. for example i have for my ps2-files the extention (.iso.gz). i dont know if this a problem of the plugin or of the server-components. What do you think?
Generally windows allows dots, I have it for many files and we do it also for subtitles. So in case it's really windows related, it shouldn't be an issue.I don't think Windows allows dots in extensions so the extension of your files is just '.gz'. You should configure the emulator with '.gz' rather than '.iso.gz'.
The plugin checks the actual extension, which can't contain dots, it doesn't just check that the path ends with the given string (though I could change it so it does).Generally windows allows dots, I have it for many files and we do it also for subtitles. So in case it's really windows related, it shouldn't be an issue.
This is normal, the importer will only remove files that no longer exist in the directory, this part is handled by MP2 before the plugin 'takes over' the import (and checks the extensions). I think in normal usage this isn't an issue as configured extensions wouldn't normally be removed.After a manuel reimport i find the four .iso-files still in the mediasources. Is this normal or must i manuel remove it.
Any strings contained in round and square brackets are removed when searching for online information, however if no online match is found the full filename including brackets will be used, again I am open to improving this .A other problem is the scaning of my roms. Most of them have round or square´brackets in his name (for example: Ratchet & Clank (Europe) (En,Fr,De,Es,It) (v2.00).iso). How we could handle this in a better way. Can you add a setting for remove this informations from the filename for the scanning?