Loc: Florida, USA
I was playing around with some cardboard and the first set of buttons I bought. They do in fact work size wise. Instead of making up a D pad layout I have two buttons on each side. Thumb side controls forwards and backwards. Index side controls jump and crouch.
I spent the night drilling, mounting and soldering the buttons. I didn't have the correct size drill bit so I used the closet one I had then used a pocket knife to carve out the rest.
After work I need to stop at radio shack again for a few more buttons. I'll also post some pictures later.
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