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caeno

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#1 13 years ago

In vanilla BF2 rate of fire is changed with the same button you choose the weapon. I really really hope you make two seperate keys for this function in FH2. I've died soooooo many times, because when i change from IE. nadelauncher to normal bullets, it changes the rate of fire at the same time for some reason... Please, make another key for changing rate of fire although there's not many weapons which have different rate of fire.




[BFE]Adder

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#2 13 years ago
caenoPlease, make another key for changing rate of fire although there's not many weapons which have different rate of fire.

Bing, There was no real shot options in WWII. There was a single shot mod of the Browning .30 and .50 that could be made, but no way in hell was it ever standard. The STG-44 could be single or full-auto true but then it fires slow enough as it is to make this a non-issue.

Was there honsetly any guns with shot selectors in WWII?




LIGHTNING [NL]

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#3 13 years ago

The BAR M1918A2 (semi-auto/full-auto Later version was slowROF/fastROF), the M1A1 Thompson (semi-auto/full-auto), the PPsH (semi-auto/full-auto), the FG42 (semi-auto/full-auto)...




EON_MagicMan

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#4 13 years ago
caenoIn vanilla BF2 rate of fire is changed with the same button you choose the weapon. I really really hope you make two seperate keys for this function in FH2. I've died soooooo many times, because when i change from IE. nadelauncher to normal bullets, it changes the rate of fire at the same time for some reason... Please, make another key for changing rate of fire although there's not many weapons which have different rate of fire.

Ive definitely never had a problem with this-- It seems fine the way there is. Besides, if it ever does change your RoF, there is even an indicator on the setting it's on. It's probably not worth the extra work, and buttons are pretty special (I don't want to reach the "B" key, for exmaple, just to change my rate of fire!).




Frederf

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#5 13 years ago

Can the RoF key switch between bayonet and non-bayonet mode, for example?

Btw, I don't mind the current setup, more keybindings were impossible in Bf1942, and probably involved in BF2.




caeno

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#6 13 years ago

atleast make it an option, please. If someone wants to use the same key for selecting weapon and changing the rate of fire let them do so, but please, make an option for those who don't want to use the same key for 2 different actions.

Magicman, i honestly don't believe this never happened to you. All the people i've talked to about this have said the same thing as me... and if you want to know "how many people", i'll just say closer to 50 persons :) I bet there's more people who think like me about this. Also, BF2 is the first game where i've ever seen these two actions combined in one key... It's quite confusing for some people who play other games aswell :/




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#7 13 years ago

FrederfCan the RoF key switch between bayonet and non-bayonet mode, for example?

Btw, I don't mind the current setup, more keybindings were impossible in Bf1942, and probably involved in BF2.

Good thinking, Being able to hit 2 and switch to kung-fu baynot action would be excellent thing mid-fight.

And thanks for the info on those guns LIGHTNING... one thing... who wants a single shot PPsh? :confused:




schoolkid

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#8 13 years ago

'[BFEAdder']Bing, There was no real shot options in WWII. There was a single shot mod of the Browning .30 and .50 that could be made, but no way in hell was it ever standard. The STG-44 could be single or full-auto true but then it fires slow enough as it is to make this a non-issue.

Was there honsetly any guns with shot selectors in WWII?

Haven't played call of duty, have you?




King_Nothing100

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#9 13 years ago
'LIGHTNING [NL']The BAR M1918A2 (semi-auto/full-auto Later version was slowROF/fastROF), the M1A1 Thompson (semi-auto/full-auto), the PPsH (semi-auto/full-auto), the FG42 (semi-auto/full-auto)...

Only the early PPSh's were select fire, it was removed from later production. Also guns with select fire abilities:

Bren MG34 Sumoik KP31 FNAB-43 TZ-45 MAB 38 MAC 24/29 Johnson M1941 LMG Austen Lanchester Mk.I

Too name a few.




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#10 13 years ago
schoolkidHaven't played call of duty, have you?

Played, Beat on every diffculy inculding realistic. Agian, who'd want a single shot PPsh?




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