Originally Posted by nategr8ns
did you finish the race? Its like to 60 minute races on TDU...
You should just be able to pop open the controller, remove the keypads (the directional button pad and the XO ^ button pad) and epoxy them back down onto a thin piece of wood or something. Unless you want it to look good, but that just makes everything harder
keyboards are much harder to do this with, as I found out when trying to make a GH guitar out of one
The main problem with that plan is that the arrow keys are too close together.
I think I've got it all worked out now:
Take ps2 controller and keyboard apart.
Cut out the black bits under the proper keys on the ps2 controller, and attach them to an overhead projector sheet under the keys on the keyboard.
Remove the curcuit board in the ps2 controller, de-soder the joysticks, then insert it in the keyboard casing.
Use a defroster repair kit to redraw the lines on the overhead sheet.
put the keyboard membrane back, screw the keyboard back together, and hope for the best!