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Is this thing on?
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yoink said:
Keys1: 75,77,72,80,78,76,82,79,17,18,45,20,47,46,16,21

They're not ascii codes - so what are they?
For an average user like me, I rather use the configuation:

tab key - select
left shift - start

triangle - w
circle - d
retangle - a
cross - s

l1 - q
l2 - z
r1 - e
r2 - c

For the d-pad - arrow keys

It's your choice to use the above configuration.

By the way, the keys1 above represent keyboard keys - each number representing each key on a regular 101-key keyboard. I apologise that I do not have a key-code list to show what each key represents.
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