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MookieC

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#1 16 years ago

Well im having a hard time getting all my controls set up, ive tried a few that friends have offered, but they require me to stretch my pinky to insane lengths to get my force going well. are there any good control setups you would reccomend?




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#2 16 years ago

I have the movements on the arrow keys,jump on shift, crouch on strg, push on INS (Num block), pull on END (Num block) and the other forces on delete, end and page down. Thats a pretty good system for SP. For MP i have almost the same just the most important forces customized so i can have more room for binds of stances and stuff. And get a 5 button mouse that gives you a lot of room there :) hope that helped you a lil! :agreed:




Yellow

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#3 16 years ago

if i were to use the keybored i use it like this:

directions - w,d,s,a

primary fire - mouse 1 secondary fire - mouse 2

forceuse - shiftleft force next - r

activate - space

jump - ctrlleft

if im missing something tell me

i use a gamepad and its a mill times better




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#4 16 years ago

i doing same way as yellow do but mine is bit different than yellow

w,a,s,d- directions f-use force but i always use F1,F2,F3 from to F12 for any forces select force- [ and ] jump-space bar throw saber-mouse 2 change saber styles-mouse 3 (middle of mouse)

i hope mine and yellow's ways worked




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#5 16 years ago

Would it be reasonable to change force w/ my mouse wheel, and for "use force" press something easily accessable like shift? and of course, primarily use my lightsaber.




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#6 16 years ago

If you have a mouse were you can press the mouse wheel so its another button just bind the force use on that! That would be pretty quick!

w,a,s,d- directions f-use force but i always use F1,F2,F3 from to F12 for any forces select force- [ and ]

How do you do that online?? I mean how do u press f12 quickly if your finger are at w,a,s,d to move?? i don't get that. and [ ] to change force is pretty far away,too! no offense! i'm just wondering :lookaround:




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#7 16 years ago

your a genius! so would i use the mouse wheel to change force, then click it to use? that sounds quite accessable! thanks!




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#8 16 years ago

Yeah i guess its pretty good because with a lil practice you can access all the forces pretty quick without having all the buttons for the forces its all on one button. so you can have other buttons free for like binding other stuff like special moves.

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#9 16 years ago

yea but i like using a gamepad cuz u can get all the saber swings pretty easy and fluidly




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#10 16 years ago

I'm using R,F,D,G for Movement; Y (or Z in US/GB) for crouching; Space for Jump; Mousewheel and Button for Force; T,E for WeaponScroll! Buttons around RFDG are Forces too! That makes everything faster in Fights! S is Healing, V Pull, B Speed etc... I use this Controls in every Shooter because there are many Buttons around RFDG, which are easy to put with your little finger...




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