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Solved - Config issues - any thoughts?
#1
I've looked around for a while now, found no relevant answers.  I've got mGBA installed on my laptop - a Linux Mint distro that's built off Ubuntu 16.04.  It'll load up a game just fine, but it doesn't seem to respond to any keys other than apostrophe (which advances 1 frame) and tab (which activates the speedy frame-skipping thing I think SNES9x came up with originally).

I've tried the default keys as listed by [man mgba], I've tried setting up a config file a couple of different ways.  There's no dropdown menus to work with that I can see (despite having seen them in screenshots online), or I'd be fine.  I must admit, not having a GUI config option puts me out of my depth immediately - by Linux user standards, I'm firmly in the camp that needs some hand-holding.

Anyone got some suggestions as to how to get it to accept keyboard input?  I'm probably missing something really dumb and easy, but I'm kinda out of ideas.
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#2
What's your keyboard layout? Also, old versions have issues with num lock so try toggling that
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#3
Seems numlock was the issue - never would have thought of that one. Thanks!
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