The detection and configuration is as follows: The first device found will act as the left game port on a real Atari. Depending on the device, Stella will detect it as either the left joystick, left paddles A & B, the left driving controller, left keyboard, etc. The second device found will act as the right game port on a real Atari. Depending on the device, Stella will detect it as either the right joystick, right paddles A & B, the right driving controller, right keyboard, etc. Any other devices will be ignored. The assignment ordering of Stelladaptor/2600-daptor to port can be redefined with 'saport' (see description in Using the Command Line) and dynamically with the 'Control + 1' key combo. AtariVox/SaveKey Support Stella supports a real AtariVox device for the speech/SpeakJet portion of the controller. You will need a real AtariVox device as well as some means of connecting it to your computer (some sort of serial port/USB adaptor). There should be drivers for your serial convertor, which allow your particular operating system to 'see' the device (configuring this is outside the scope of this document). Once your operating system properly detects the AtariVox, you will need to tell Stella which serial port it is connected to. This is done by using the '-avoxport' command line argument, or by setting it in the UI under the 'Devices & Ports' tab in Advanced Configuration - Input Devices.
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