CGenius 2.3.5 released

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CGenius 2.3.5 released

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Hello,

I have uploaded a beta for you to play. It has a lot of changes under the hood and many improvements but also some new annoyances. So this is still a beta.

If you find something funny not yet reported here:

https://gitlab.com/Dringgstein/Commander-Genius/issues

Please report it.

Have fun with the new version:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/clonek ... nius/V2.3/
Having fun developing stuff...

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Re: CGenius 2.3.5 released

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What’s new?

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Having fun developing stuff...

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Re: CGenius 2.3.5 released

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Tried to play Commander Genius on retropie....needs keyboard? Does it have gamepad remapping there?
I'd love to play Keen mod on it.

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The controls should work like on any other desktop based system just fine.

Did you have any issues? What did you try to do?
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I tried to run mods on it.
Does retropie version support automatic gamepad remapping?

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Not yet. You have to use a keyboard and from there map your joysticks.
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