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  1. Please post in English if you don't mind. I was able to translate with some effort. Some references you may want to look into: This is a good one with details on how to use GameEx with integrated MAME to generate vertical and horizontal xml files for PinballX:
  2. That is a reference to the forum downloads, not FTP.
  3. Load the game you want to play in MAME and hit TAB on your keyboard. From there you can set your controls as you like. Most emulators require that you enter the settings of the emulator or the game to map your controls, but accessing the settings within each can be different.
  4. You have to tell the PinballX where the program is installed. Also, these settings are for the Steam version. It will not work if you have acquired Pinball FX3 and Zen from other sources ("free" download vs. Paid).
  5. You probably need to upgrade to v4.06 as there have been a number if changes that may have a positive impact.
  6. Still excited! Tired of waiting... gimme my kit NOW!
  7. CES 2020: Recap from the Atari VCS Meeting Suite
  8. Try this https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4026268/windows-10-change-startup-apps
  9. I received the Thrustmaster TFRP Rudder Pedals a few days ago. While still tweaking settings and getting accustomed to using them with various sims on the PC and Xbox One, I must say that the experience is more immersive using the HOTAS - TFRP combo than using a gamepad or stick and keyboard combination. For the racing games, I am considering the Logitech G920 Driving Force Racing Wheel + Logitech G Driving Force Shifter Bundle $269.99. A bit more kit than the Thrustmaster flight HOTAS -TFRP combo, but offers solid build and cross-platform compatibility with force feedback.
  10. Please attach copies of your pinballx.ini and log.txt files for review. Thanks. P.S. Also, let us know what kind of controller you are using.
  11. The last will help you find the pinballx.ini and log,txt files for you to attach in reply. Generally a good idea to have these as part of any issue reporting.
  12. Attaching copies of the pinballx.ini and log.txt files may help a little.
  13. I recently purchased the Thrustmaster T-Flight Hotas One $78.99 and have a Thrustmaster TFRP Rudder $89.99 on the way after reading the reviews. Both are PC and Xbox One compatible. I recently bought Ace Combat 7 and Elite Dangerous for the Xbox One and also have several Microsoft Flight Simulator versions installed on my PC. I have yet to fireup the flight sims on tbe PC. I can say that there is a bit of a learning curve on thr Xbox One if you are used to a single stick or gamepad using the Hotas One. I decided to buy the pedals as I tend to apply too much rudder and rolling with both on the same stick resulting in frequent collisions or crashes. For the price, the Hotas One seems a fairly solid choice for regular or occasional use.
  14. You're welcome! Glad you've got it sorted!
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