@joey0621 Most users who had problems with controls on PSX, resolved by resetting to factory settings (available through advanced settings), you don't lose any personal files (ROMS/BIOS/etc), but you lose all custom settings.
I will try this as the problem is really annoying. I never had this problem before the 7.2.1... And i use recalbox since 4.3.
I need this to work instantly for both my Pi3 ( using standard USB Snes controller, and Dragonrise Arcade sticks.... ) to be able to map the Analog on HAt... It works when i do it.. but once save, and reboot, it is not working anymore, and i have to remap again and again.
There's a very simple howto at the end of the thread sent by @fanou - which is exactly the type of solution I was looking for - a simple way to configure your button layout for either one specific emulator or even for a specific game.
Basically it tells you to create the file ../share/roms/n64/.retroarch.cfg, containing the following line :
input_autodetect_enable = true
Start your game
Enter the retroarch menu (Hotkey+B while in-game)
Go to "Buttons"
Reconfigure your D-Pad to :
Up = Y-
Down = Y+
Left = X-
Right = X+
Save remap to Core (here's where you can choose to save only for your game)
Go back to and quit game