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Favorite Keyboard layouts
#1
I'm sure I can't be the only one who can't seem to get their hands on a controller. I've been playing around with the pad input settings for LilyPad. I want to hear what all of you have set up for your keyboards. I'll start.

Right Stick: Mouse movements
R1: LMB
R2: RMB
R3: Mouse5

Left Stick: WASD
L1: 1
L2: 3
L3: 2
Triangle: E
Cross (X): Space
Circle: X
Square: Q
Start: C
Select: Z

D-Pad: Arrow Keys (A bit out of the way, but I can't think of anywhere else other than the Numpad which is MORE out of the way)
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#2
Its mine wasd for left stick, ijkl for right stick,arrow keys are dpad,8,4,5,6 are triangle,box,cross,circle ,1,3 l1, r1
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#3
How are you even able to play with both hands that close?
I use gamepad but if I had to use the keyboard,I would prefer something like this(I don't know how effective it will be but it looks good)

Left Stick: WASD
D-Pad: Up,Down,Left,Right keys
Start - Num0
Select - NumDel
Square - Num1
Cross - Num2
Circle - Num3
Triangle - Num5
R1 - Num6
R2 - Num9
L1 - Num4
L2 - Num7

I almost never use L3\R3 even on my PS2 so I will just set some random key
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#4
Left analog-up,down,left,right
Right analog-W,A,S,D
D-Pad-num 5,1,3,0
Triangle-C
Cross-X
Circle-V
Square-Z
L1-F
L2-G
L3-H
R1-B
R2-N
R3-M
Select-Space
Start-Enter
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#5
http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Sample-Li...pid=297144
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#6
Mine is.
WASD = D-pad
TFGH = Left analog stick
IJKM = Triangle Square Circle and X respectively
Q1 and R4 = L1 and L2 works for both D-pad and left analog stick.
O0 = R1 and R2
Arrows = Right analog stick.
I have fairly large hands and it's not much trouble.
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#7
I use a laptop, so I don't have the benefit of a numpad. This is what I use:

Left Stick: WASD
D-Pad: arrow keys
Triangle/Square/Cross/Circle: P/L/semicolon/apostrophe
L1/R1: Left/Right Shift
L2/R2: Left/Right Alt
L3/R3: Left/Right Ctrl
Right stick: UHJK
Start:N
Select:V

I usually use custom layouts for games that I play a lot, though. For example, this is what I use for Kingdom Hearts:

Left Stick (move): WASD
Circle (jump): Space
R1 (target lock): Left Shift
L1 (next target): semicolon
R2/L2 (rotate camera): comma/period
Cross (execute command/select): Enter
D-Pad up/down (navigate command menu): left brace/apostrophe
Triangle (toggle first person): L
Start (main menu/pause): M
D-Pad full (menu navigation): arrow keys
Circle (cancel): Backspace
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#8
(06-29-2013, 02:52 AM)pocketpc Wrote: I use a laptop, so I don't have the benefit of a numpad. This is what I use:

Left Stick: WASD
D-Pad: arrow keys
Triangle/Square/Cross/Circle: P/L/semicolon/apostrophe
L1/R1: Left/Right Shift
L2/R2: Left/Right Alt
L3/R3: Left/Right Ctrl
Right stick: UHJK
Start:N
Select:V

I usually use custom layouts for games that I play a lot, though. For example, this is what I use for Kingdom Hearts:

Left Stick (move): WASD
Circle (jump): Space
R1 (target lock): Left Shift
L1 (next target): semicolon
R2/L2 (rotate camera): comma/period
Cross (execute command/select): Enter
D-Pad up/down (navigate command menu): left brace/apostrophe
Triangle (toggle first person): L
Start (main menu/pause): M
D-Pad full (menu navigation): arrow keys
Circle (cancel): Backspace

i have also laptop & i found it's best setup for me Smile
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#9
triangle: w
circle: d
square: a
cross: x
L1: q
R1: e
L2: f
R2: c
L3: r
R3: t
D-Pad
up: [
left: ;
right: '
down: /
left analog - arrow keys
right analog
up: num 8
left: num 4
right: num 6
down: num 2

i usually use a controller though because i don't like the feel of using the keyboard for most PS2 games.
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#10
Mostly I use:

Square: w
Triangle: e
Cross: s
Circle: d
Select: x
Start: c
L1: q
L2: a
L3: z
R1: r
R2: f
R3: v
D-Pad: arrows
Left analog: j/k/l/i
Right analog: have that doubled at 4/5/6/8 on the numeric pad and depending on game around left analog ie h/u/o/;
For games that require moving the stick around very fast I simply set a glowPIE script activated with shift and have it easier than on actual pad;p.

And I actually prefer this^ setting to actual pad, mostly cause I use just use this on pretty much any emulator from very long time and many console games which I bought pc versions for modding(ie FF7/8) and got used to.


For shooters if the above doesn't work too well I either use pad and play as it was ment to or set wsad as left analog, mouse as right analog(but set in non-inverted looks;p) and other keys depending on the actual game to resemble pc shooters, in some cases it works better but generally I'm used to shooting on pad as well and also mouse set as pad doesn't really work so well as mouse should and I usually try to avoid using it to keep both hands on keyboard;p.


There are also some PS2 games I'm totally lazy to play without pad, mostly those which use right analog for some crazy stuff for example Steambot Chronicles which has funny bot controls that uses both analogs to walk(I can imagine it would be stupid/confusing on Xbox pad as well, hopefully I use logitech which is pretty much a DS2 clone with xinput<3;p) or Monster Hunter which uses right analog for actual attacks while still abusing all other keys for item usage, blocks, running etc. which is really important for some of the more epic fights, also the keyboard can be actually used to type with nuvee usb plugin(through since the servers are down it's useful only for typing character name;p). It's probably possible to play them on keyboard just fine, but I don't think it would be half as enjoyable;p.
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