Set Custom Keys for Autofire in VBA

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    Let's open VisualBoyAdvance by double-clicking it
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    Then, click "Tools"
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    Then, click "Customize..."
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    Scroll down to find the "...Autofire" buttons
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    They are "OptionsJoypadAutofireA", "OptionsJoypadAutofireB", "OptionsJoypadAutofireL", and "OptionsJoypadAutofireR".
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    Depending on which one you want to change, you need to imply click it
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    Let's change "OptionsJoypadAutofireB". In this example, its current key combination is "Alt" + "2".
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    Click "Select New Shortcut Key"
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    Press another key or key combination to select it
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    For example, "Shift" + "L", "M", "P", "Ctrl" + "Shift" + "K", and so on. Let's go ahead and press "J".
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    To accept the new key configuration, you need to click "Assign"
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    You will have two shortcuts for the "Autofire" for the "B" button.
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    If you want to remove a key combination, you need to click it
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    This will make it active. You can, for example, remove the old one.
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    Click "Remove"
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    Then, click "OK"
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This concludes our tutorial on how to set custom buttons for the "Autofire" in the VisualBoyAdvance emulator. Thank you for watching VisiHow! If you have any other comments or questions, please leave them in the comments section below.

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Questions and Answers

Is it possible to auto-fire directional arrows?

This tutorial was on using different keyboard keys to auto-fire A,B,L, or R.. I'm looking to auto-fire the down arrow, to keep my character walking down.. Is that possible?. I have tried: I've looked through the commands list in tools>customize, without seeing anything appropriate. I think it was caused by: Perhaps the program inherently lacks this ability?

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Recent edits by: Eng, VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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