Does anyone else here use Power 64? If so did you get the mouse working okay. I can't figure it out and i would love a game of Maniac Mansion again. Also when playing Ghostbuster's or other games that require you press the Function Keys it doesn't work.
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Would anyone know what to do please? Thank you.
Also I got Vice 1. It was like I hadn't even click on a program to open it. Thanks everyone. Fort Worth, TX Posted: Tue Feb 15, 2: I use Power64 all of the time. I think it is the best emulator on the Mac. So much so, that I forked over the money to register it so that the minute time limit is removed which is a rare thing for me.
I wasn't aware that maniac mansion supported a mouse. This is not an issue with Power64, rather with how you have your function keys configured. On a Mac, the function keys can be configured as control keys brightness, volume, etc.. OR regular function keys which do nothing unless an application supports it.
There is an Fn key on your keyboard, that when used in combination with the function keys, produces the alternate result. So if you very rarely need them, just use Fn and your function keys. However, if you use the function keys a lot, then you can go in to the system preferences under "keyboard" and change the behavior of the function keys.
Columbus, Ohio Posted: Tue Feb 15, 3: The only version of Maniac Mansion that supports mouse control is the Easy Flash version. You can emulate that with VICE. Tue Feb 15, 4: That is great thank you both very very much. The Fn key works perfectly. I did try loading it on the Cartridge version too and got this, and have for some other games too , Have ye gotten that before? Maniac Mansion is played with the keys you say Also, I have been using the emulator for about a week now and haven't gotten stopped using it.
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