Lt. Commander
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# 321
12-29-2011, 05:00 PM
Hey guys am I able to set a keybind to target my targets target?
Ok that sounds odd lol

The reason is I run an Escort, I while not a healer but obvioulsy I have them and APDelta.
I want to be able to have them used on the ally my target is firing on. Thus I can Heal/Buff myself or an ally on the fly.
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# 322
12-29-2011, 07:34 PM
I will have to check to see if it has changed with Season 5, but this should be the default method. If you use a heal power with an enemy targeted, it will heal your ally. I do know that at the current time if you use a weapon power with an ally targeted, it will fire on the ally's enemy target.

If they are on your team, the Fx keys are already setup for you. F1 is yourself, F2 is the first teammate, F3 is the second, etc..

Or, you can get really fancy and use Tranceaddict's keybind files as an example of how to create specific mappings for an individual power and teammate.

Hope that helps.
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# 323
01-08-2012, 06:32 PM
kinda I forgot about the setting to do that as I turned it off, too many times I needed ST and sent it to someone else lol.

I mostly wanted a set key I can setup for it but now that I remember that I think I can do something with it.
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# 324
01-08-2012, 08:08 PM
I apologize if this has been covered, I'm just returning to the game and there are a lot of posts here to read through.

I was able to bind my xbox d-pad up and right to move the selector (default R and T keys) around the ground power tray in shooter mode but I dont know how to bind the X, Y, and B buttons to work as left, right and middle click so I can activate whatever three powers I have moved the selector to.

I tried usetrayslot0 0 but that will always use whatever is in slot one, not what is selected when you move the box around the hotbar.
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# 325
01-10-2012, 02:40 PM
I was wondering can I toggle an action like "walk" so where I can hit the button once and my toon will walk till I hit that button again to stop walking? BUT can I make the button I want to toggle be the 4th mouse button, if so how would I enter in this key bind? What would be the command line I would need to enter?

I apologize if you answered this question or addressed it, just so many pages of helpful questions and tips and didnt know if toggling the mouse button, or using the mouse button with a key bind that is set to toggle, would have been asked before or not.

Thank you, while I am at it, for ALL this helpful information, even if you cannot answer or help me with my question!

Thank You.

Edit: Would this be the command line?
/bind <mouse button 4><toggle><walk>

Edit #2:
Figured it out...
/bind button4 ++walk

Thanks for the thread!
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# 326
01-18-2012, 05:29 PM
I'm wondering if I can make a keybind for automatically inserting instructions into text in chat with STF instructions? My combat typing isn't so hot.

Can anyone help with this?
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# 327
01-19-2012, 06:49 AM
Why yes... yes you can.


alt+F9 "guild_who$$Fleet Howdy LSF!!! Good to see all your bright and shiny faces$$chan LSF Ping me if you need a fleet invite"


The above is one of my tells. The first part lets me know who is currently online in my fleet. The second sends my greeting to just our fleet, and the third goes to our channel so that if anyone made a new toon and needs to join can easily contact me.


So, you would probably replace "Fleet" with "Team" or "Local" so that your communication can be seen by your fellow players.

Now, the hard part would be for you to premake the instructions and remember which key is which... but if you have done the STF enough times you probably already know what to say. I would suggest having a different keybind file for each STF. You don't even need to recreate all of your commands in each file, just the tells need to be in the each one. Then only those will get overwritten and your normal keybinds stay the same. I would suggest creating a keybind to load each keybind file, with a specific tell to yourself so that you know that "Infected" is loaded, etc...

alt+b "bind_load_file infected.txt$$Playersay Ready for Infected"
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# 328
01-19-2012, 08:25 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by BDS
Why yes... yes you can.


alt+F9 "guild_who$$Fleet Howdy LSF!!! Good to see all your bright and shiny faces$$chan LSF Ping me if you need a fleet invite"


The above is one of my tells. The first part lets me know who is currently online in my fleet. The second sends my greeting to just our fleet, and the third goes to our channel so that if anyone made a new toon and needs to join can easily contact me.


So, you would probably replace "Fleet" with "Team" or "Local" so that your communication can be seen by your fellow players.

Now, the hard part would be for you to premake the instructions and remember which key is which... but if you have done the STF enough times you probably already know what to say. I would suggest having a different keybind file for each STF. You don't even need to recreate all of your commands in each file, just the tells need to be in the each one. Then only those will get overwritten and your normal keybinds stay the same. I would suggest creating a keybind to load each keybind file, with a specific tell to yourself so that you know that "Infected" is loaded, etc...

alt+b "bind_load_file infected.txt$$Playersay Ready for Infected"
I thank you, kind sir. Most appreciated.

If I wanted to make this command autotype with alt+i, how would I code that exactly? I just want to do this one command and save it in my space bindfile.

"Kill the cube first. After the cube is destroyed we will target the generators and prep to about 10% health each. Then, we will destroy all generators at the same time. Once the generators are destroyed we focus fire on the transformer."
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# 329
01-19-2012, 08:57 AM
Is there a command to fire fore and aft weapons seperately via key bind?
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# 330
01-19-2012, 12:31 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by rooster75
I thank you, kind sir. Most appreciated.

If I wanted to make this command autotype with alt+i, how would I code that exactly? I just want to do this one command and save it in my space bindfile.

"Kill the cube first. After the cube is destroyed we will target the generators and prep to about 10% health each. Then, we will destroy all generators at the same time. Once the generators are destroyed we focus fire on the transformer."
alt+i "Local Kill the cube first. After the cube is destroyed we will target the generators and prep to about 10% health each. Then, we will destroy all generators at the same time. Once the generators are destroyed we focus fire on the transformer."

I have not tried that long a string... so worse case is you would have to break it up.

Edit: Just in case you don't have a keybind file, which if you are doing an STF, you should, but anyway....

/bind alt+i "Local Kill the cube first. After the cube is destroyed we will target the generators and prep to about 10% health each. Then, we will destroy all generators at the same time. Once the generators are destroyed we focus fire on the transformer."
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