#21 Global / Default key map setting

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nobody
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2011-01-30
2011-01-30
Anonymous
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I have a key mapping I'm very comfortable with. So, every time I install a new app or game, I end up going to the Select Device menu to remap the keys to fit me. It will be nice to have a "global key map" setting that should apply to the main interface and to the "not customized" apps.

BTW, This is my favorite key map:
UP UP
DOWN DOWN
LEFT LEFT
RIGHT RIGHT
NUM1 SHIFT-SQUARE
NUM2 SHIFT-UP
NUM3 SHIFT-TRIANGE
NUM4 SHIFT-LEFT
NUM5 SHIFT-START
NUM6 SHIFT-RIGHT
NUM7 SHIFT-CROSS
NUM8 SHIFT-DOWN
NUM9 SHIFT-CIRCLE
NUM0 SHIFT-SELECT
* SELECT
# START
SELECT CROSS
CLEAR CIRCLE
SOFT1 SQUARE
SOFT2 TRIANGLE
SPACE ANALOG RIGHT
BACKSPACE ANALOG LEFT

You get some kind of NUMLOCK mode when holding the shift key. It makes more sense for applications wich mostly use the numbers as shorcuts, and still does it pretty good for games.

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