I couldn't find anywhere to post questions, feel free to move if necessary.
I'm attempting to play multiple instances of VBA-M at one time, as one would for Pokemon trading for example. The players are appearing in the correct order - first window is player 1, then player 2, then player 3 - but only the active window receives input, and only from the Player 1 control settings. The Player 2 and Player 3 windows are completely unresponsive unless active, in which case they respond to the Player 1 inputs, not 2 or 3. All three are animated (Pause When Inactive is disabled).
I'm running Windows 10 and am using a wired XBox One controller, with inputs for all three players spread across the controller. For example, the A button corresponds to Player 1's A button, the B button corresponds to Player 2's A button, etc. The same issue occurs if I set Player 2's input to another device, say the keyboard. Does anyone have any idea what the problem could be? I would like to not have multiple installations of VBA as a solution.