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Key binding combinations

Discussion in 'Sallos' started by HellGuy, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. HellGuy

    HellGuy Well-Known Member

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    Slipery Mukoz
    Is there a way to bind a key two combinations? For example
    B : say bank
    Shift + B : say deposit

    From macros menu I could not do it, but maybe it could be done editing the file manually? Can it be? Anyone done such thing?
     
  2. Chef Travie

    Chef Travie Active Member

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    good question.
     
  3. Tac0bell

    Tac0bell Well-Known Member

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    What is your goal here to make sure I understand what you mean?

    You can do that with the assistance programs, for example my E key is mapped to cast a spell and the shift+E combination is mapped to use a potion
     
  4. drasked

    drasked Well-Known Member

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    You can do this from the macro menu.

    First click B on the keyboard and set your macro.

    Then click another unbound key on the keyboard and in the top click the part where it shows that key and press B and select shift and set your second macro.
     
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  5. HellGuy

    HellGuy Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for your help. I was trying doing that than I figured there are modifier keys on right top of macro options keyboard. There you can select your modifier. When you do that bound and unbounded keys change as well.
     

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