Last night I finished building the release version of joyswap.
This version will also swap the mouse and paddles.
Last week I received 10 pieces of my revision 2 Joyswap PCB’s.
I started to build them all, but soon found out I only had 2 40 pin sockets, so I currently only finished 2 of them.
This revision also swaps the control lines of the 4066 chip that controls the mouse and paddles.
So now it will not only swap the (digital) joysticks but also the paddles and mouse from port.
When build in, pressing the restore key for about 3 seconds will swap the ports.
These ports will be reset to their normal position when a reset of the C64 is detected.
holding the restore key for 5 seconds will swap the kernal (if kernal option is used) and resets the C64.
holding it for more than 10 seconds, the kernal state is stored in the eeprom of the attiny for next power up.
more info here .