FS-UAE Documentation

Documentation topics are available from the documentation menu to the right. Some common issues and questions are answered here in FAQ and Troubleshooting.

If you have just installed FS-UAE, you might want to take a look at the getting started-guide first! As the getting started-guide mentions, you should ideally have Kickstart ROMs for the Amigas you want to emulate.

While you are running the emulator, you can open the FS-UAE menu or use keyboard shortcuts to control the emulator.

Configuration Files

If you use FS-UAE Launcher, you don’t have worry about configuration files, but when you use FS-UAE directly, you need to specify options either as program arguments or via configuration files.

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  1. Many thanks for all the work. Only, could you please, please, please enable left handed mouse use (switching of left and right mouse button)? So many people would be so grateful. Not having this is such a deal breaker for me and many other folks, as it makes many games quite unplayable and many another software unusable. To know why this is such a big deal, just try to use a pair of “normal” scissors effectively with your left hand. In my case, I get inflamed tendons from a single session with a “normal” right handed mouse configuration (or from sticking with mismatched scissors). Just can’t do.

    In the meantime, is there a way I could map the left click to a key on the keyboard? I’d appreciate


    • It should be quite trivial to add support for swapping buttons. But I have one question. Usually you can swap buttons in OS preferences. I assume you have done this, but that this isn’t picked up by FS-UAE? Is this correct?
      Also, what OS are you using?

      (About mapping mouse input to custom actions, not possible yet but on the to-do list: https://github.com/FrodeSolheim/fs-uae/issues/66)

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