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#1 11 years ago

Hi, Im pretty new in the SoF2 scene.. So i got a question that im abit confused about, cause i dont know how it works... On public servers mostly of the people leaning/strafe somehow that goes really quick, so it makes it alot harder to hit the head, and i just wonder how they are doing this.. its like they lean but it goes alot faster than a normal lean to right/left which makes it alot harder to hit em... Please give me some answers about this :) /Best regards monix




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#2 11 years ago

They have probably made a bind script, which allows them to switch from lean left to lean right quickly.




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#3 11 years ago

if that's so, anyone know the script?, or if it's doable without a script aswell




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#4 11 years ago
moniX;3511997if that's so, anyone know the script?, or if it's doable without a script aswell

it's just a matter of using the lean-keys ;-)

I know a few players using such lean and/or crouch scripts and they are so predictable they are not even hard to kill :)




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#5 11 years ago

bind f "+movedown; +leanleft" bind g "+movedown; +leanright"

You can bind them to whatever key you want or need to. It isn't as predictable as infrequent says ( ok maybe for him lol ). You can kneel and lean, right or left with this , but it doesn'tmake your play predictable. It is when you bind several other moves togeteher that make it a pattern and make it easier to be hit.




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#6 11 years ago

I use lean all the time. I use the arrow keys to move so Ctrl=crouch, 0(Ins)=jump, Num 1=lean left, Num 2=lean right:)




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#7 11 years ago
||G||;3515393I use lean all the time. I use the arrow keys to move so Ctrl=crouch, 0(Ins)=jump, Num 1=lean left, Num 2=lean right:)

Really ? Keys so far apart ? My leaning is controlled by my right hand thumb on the mouse (logitec MX 500) and my normal moves by my left hand om A-S-X, ALT and SPACE - this way my fingers never have to move :)




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#8 11 years ago
||G||;3515393I use lean all the time. I use the arrow keys to move so Ctrl=crouch, 0(Ins)=jump, Num 1=lean left, Num 2=lean right:)

Same here, But i use delete to lean left & page down to lean right, KP1 to reload.




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#9 11 years ago
infrequent;3515916Really ? Keys so far apart ? My leaning is controlled by my right hand thumb on the mouse (logitec MX 500) and my normal moves by my left hand om A-S-X, ALT and SPACE - this way my fingers never have to move :)

Nah I find the WASD keys are way to close together. I tried them once and I kept pressing differnt buttons, which leads to death, no matter how used I was to the keys it's still screws me over