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heh I know it's hard to break a setup once you get used to it.

 

One of the things I hear the most about my setup is:

"You don't use mouse2 for alt fire? mouse2 is your forward? wtf?!

 

But most really "old school" gamers who have played first person shooters since the early days know where the "mouse2 = forward" comes from.

 

Back then, in games like doom/quake there was no such thing as "alt fire" and the default key for forward was always mouse2.

 

I got used to it so long ago, I just never bothered to try forward movement on a keyboard.

 

The back movement on my mouse seemed logical to me as well (by the time I ditched the joystick for a mouse/keyboard combo, multiple button mice were pretty common).

 

:eek: :eek:

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Originally posted by FK | unnamed

heh I know it's hard to break a setup once you get used to it.

 

One of the things I hear the most about my setup is:

"You don't use mouse2 for alt fire? mouse2 is your forward? wtf?!

 

But most really "old school" gamers who have played first person shooters since the early days know where the "mouse2 = forward" comes from.

 

Back then, in games like doom/quake there was no such thing as "alt fire" and the default key for forward was always mouse2.

 

I got used to it so long ago, I just never bothered to try forward movement on a keyboard.

 

The back movement on my mouse seemed logical to me as well (by the time I ditched the joystick for a mouse/keyboard combo, multiple button mice were pretty common).

 

:eek: :eek:

 

i used to play with it, but since alt-fire came along i ditched it.

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Tribes is also a pretty good game. I mean, I haven't tried the first one, but the second one's good. I have never played with the mouse going forward, I've grown up to things like Doom, Quake, Timesplitters to name a few games. So I use WASDA and the Timesplitters had the alt-fire, so that's why I mentioned that.

 

Just ya friendly neighbourhood Spiderman...

 

*wowowow*

<o><o>

o(__)o

 

*shrek* =)

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I am absolutely amazed to see so many people using the WASD convention which came with the game because I find it tremendously difficult. Here are Mine:

 

MOVEMENT: Keyboard & mouse

 

forward "up arrow" and "End"

backward "down arrow"

turn left "left arrow"

turn right "right arrow"

strafe left "Delete"

strafe right "Page Down"

Jump "Mouse 2

crouch kp Del

Primary Attack "Mouse 1

secondary attack kp 0

 

WEAPONS:

 

light sabre /

sabre style right Ctrl

Next weapon .

Prev weapon ,

 

The remaining weapons are assigned to numbers as per JKA/O default.

 

FORCE POWERS:

 

Push kp1

Pull kp2

Speed kp3

Grip/choke kp4

Heal kp5

Mind trick kp6

lightning kp7

drain kp8

rage kp Enter

sense kp +

Absorb kp/

protect kp *

 

 

Use spacebar

next invent ]

prev invent [

use inv item "Return"

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Movement/fire

W: Forward

X: Back

A: Left

D: Right

<: Crouch (italian keyboard, the key left to Z)

Mouse2: Jump

Mouse1: fire

Mouse wheel: alt fire

Mouse3: switch saber style

Mouse4: as 1, activate saber

 

Neutral Force powers

S: Push

ALT: Pull

Caps lock: Seeing/sight

CTRL: Speed

 

Light/Dark Force powers (2 binds remap these same keys)

Q: Heal/Drain

E: Protect/Grip

Z: Mind trick/Rage

C: Absorb/Lightning

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