Fingers crossed smile!

The only reason I did that in case of embedded emulators (and only in case of X11) is that I have control over the 'embed-container widget' from QMC2, so it's quite simple to be informed when the widget loses/gains focus. However, the 'P' press/release simulation for the external X window is still a bit hacky and timing dependent, so I would really not like to try an equivalent approach on Windows or even Mac OS X smile.

Another thing that's actually required for this is support for MAME notifiers so QMC2 has info about the current emulator status (running / paused), and that's only available on Linux / UNIX / Mac OS X right now. But that feature will be added to the Windows port as well, sooner or later at least.

Last edited by qmc2; 05/27/13 09:11 AM.

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