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Adjust the "dead zone" setting in MAME to a larger value and that should get it to center correctly.

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OK, I've gone back several times now searching through the menus looking for "dead zone". I'm assuming it's somewhere under the input for all games section? But I was never able to find it. The only reference to it I could find by googling was for a Windows MAME GUI. Do you remember how exactly I get to this setting in MAME OS X? Thanks-

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Preferences - Inputs.

Pretty straightforward.


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D'oh! I had assumed any input configuration had to be done within the game input menus; I never thought to look through the "Preferences" menu. Found it- thanks!

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Yeah it can be confusing. I think stuff that is passed on to the executable as starting parameters is located in the front-end preferences and things that can be changed "on the fly" in-game are located in the MAME menus after launching.


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