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Maybe an example would be best to explain what I'm talking about.

On many games, you can dash, say, right, by pressing right on your controller's pov-hat twice. Can I set up my controller somehow so that pressing right on my left analog stick gives the same input as pressing right twice on the pov-hat? I have no problem giving up the regular use of my analog stick in doing this.

I also want to be able to script similar things, like special attacks in Mortal Kombat and such.
 

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I don't think it is possible in ePSXe... maybe by some frontend for it, but I'm not sure about it... also I can be wrong :)
 

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I am really stumbled on this one...
Try using Delta and/or ePSXecutor. These excellent front-ends should have a feature on this.
 

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you'd have to code one yourself to do exactly what you want. it's a hacking trick and yo'd have to know C++ and hardware profileing. it's not an easy task. as for twice in one dirrection, that should be easier to do.
 

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A frontend isn't going to do much in that regard. Once the emu is launched, frontends have no control over it. The only way to do that would be via a pad pluging with macro support, but the windows version of epsxe doesn't currently support pad plugins, so your pretty much out of luck.
 

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I've considered using Joytokey for this (which is a great program, btw - I have it set up to surf the internet as well as play morrowind with my ps2 controller), but their macro support, as far as I can tell, consists only of letting you input three keys to be pressed in succession.

Anyone know of any other controller-to-keyboard input programs that allow more complicated input sequences or macros?
 

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if you're using Win Xp why not try the macro support inside the operating system. I haven't done anything with it, but you might want to try that.
 
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