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any of the pad plugins let you...your PSX controller is recognized by your computer as a regular controller. so just configure the buttons normally.
 

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Is it possible to use a psx pad plugin in N64 emus?

I don't know what does what!So let's say i need to set the "x" or the "triangle key" how will i know what it does in a game so i can set in a n64 key?Its rather confusing!
 

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i think you are confusing the fact of "can you do it" with "will you like it".

you seem to already know that it's possible to use your PSX pad.

just do what allnatural suggested, configure them how you like. the PSX has 12 buttons, 2 joysticks, and a dpad, the N64 only has 10 buttons, one joystick, and a dpad. you'll figure something out ;)
 

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Ok how abou that:

Can somebody tell me the configuration of Tony Hawks Pro Skater in N64?I mean what button does what,so i can adjust tha Pad accordingly!

Cause it would take a lot of testing to set them manually.
 

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Oh, I see what you're asking now. You want to know what the main buttons are for N64 so you can line them up with the main buttons of your PSX Pad.

Here it is:

PSX -> N64
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X -> A
Circle -> B
Start -> Start
D-Pad -> D-Pad
Left JoyPad -> JoyPad
Right JoyPad -> C-Buttons
L1 -> L
R1 -> R
L2 (Because Z is commonly used to rotate the camera left) -> Z
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This setup is similar to the Gamecube controller and is probably the set up you're after. Enjoy :).
 
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