R2/L2 on psp with PSX

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  1. killermike
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    Ok i was wondering how do you activate R2/L2 funtions from PSX games when emulated on the psp.
     
  2. xist

    xist ΚΑΤΑ ΤΟΝ ΔΑΙΜΟΝΑ ΕΑΥΤΟΥ

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    Using the analog nub. You can configure button layouts in a few ways using preset options.
     
  3. killermike
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    What do you mean by that?
     
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    xcalibur Gbatemp's Chocolate Bear

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    The extra buttons are mapped to the analog nub.
    Left analog will be L2 and vice-versa.
     
  5. tbgtbg

    tbgtbg Shaking the ring ropes up in the sky

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    One setting has left analog nub for L2, right analog for R2, and up analog for L2+R2. Another setting uses the nub for movement (functioning as the psx's d-pad, not an analog stick) and maps those l2/r2 functions to the d-pad. And another setting or two, I can't recall at the moment.
     
  6. Ryupower

    Ryupower Brood

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    depending on your setting you pick in the ps1 pops menu (press home)

    type1
    analog Left=L2
    analog Right=R2
    analog up=L2+R2

    type2
    L=L2
    R=L1
    analog Left=L1
    analog Right=R1
    analog up=L1+R1

    type3
    L+analog up=L2
    R+analog up=R2
    analog down=L2+R2

    type4 is the same as type1 but the analog and dpad are switched

    you can also have a custom set (new pops only)
     
  7. War

    War Take it easy~

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    Just press the HOME button while playing a PSX game, there should be something called "Controller Options" or something like that and they it will say "Type 1". You can change that around to 4 different types of make your own custom control combination. Personally, I use Type 4.