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I'm using project 64 with N-Rage's pad plugin and I was wondering if there was a way to configure it so that when I hold down a certain button and press another button it does a different thing. Namely, I am using a psx-style joypad and I was wondering if there was a way to configure it so that when I hold down L2, square and x are buttons A and B but when I don't hold down L2 all the buttons (square, x, O and triangle) are the C-Buttons.

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I don't know if the plugin stretches that far, but you should be able to make some generic macros at least.

Edited by Agozer, 29 February 2004 - 01:50 PM.


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Hmm... yeah I suppose but what I wanted to do is kind of like the REVERSE of a macro. Oh well, I figured out how to configure it so I had enough buttons - basically, i have the left analogue stick being the d-pad and the right analogue stick being the N64 analogue stick...that works pretty well.




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