Change the Shortcut for Loading Saved States in the VBA Emulator
Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to change the shortcut for loading saved games shortcut in the VisualBoyAdvance emulator.
To begin, open the emulator.
The VisualBoyAdvance emulator icon is on the desktop in this video. You may have the program saved in another location.
When the emulator opens, click "Tools" in the menu at the top of the window.
In the menu, click "Customize".
"Customize" should be the last option in this menu. The default keys for the load state are "F1" - "F12", which load the states from slots number 1 - number 12, respectively.
To change the state file load keys, scroll through the list on the left side of the "Accelerator editor" window until you find the "FileLoadGame" options.
Click the slot "FileLoadGame" with the number that you would like to change.
For this tutorial, let's change the shortcut for slot number 1 by clicking "FileLoadGame01". In the box on the right side, you will see that the current shortcut is "F1".
Click the current key shortcut.
In this example, "F1" is clicked.
You can change the shortcut or add a new one by typing a shortcut into the "Select New Shortcut Key" text box.
For example, let's press "L".
You can also press "Shift" + "L".
You can press "Ctrl" + "L", "Alt" + "L", "Ctrl" + "Shift" + "L", and so on.
After you have entered a shortcut key, click "Assign" on the right side of this window.
To remove a "Current Keys" key from the list, click it so that it is highlighted in blue.
Let's click "L".
Change the shortcuts according to your preference and then click "OK".
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Video: Change the Shortcut for Loading Saved States in the VBA Emulator
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