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assign those buttons, Players

Discussion in 'General Infiltration Discussion' started by DeRailer, Mar 16, 2001.

  1. DeRailer

    DeRailer Guest

    how da ya all assign the buttons?
    this post is made so as to better understand
    the style of play of inflitration players

    movement-WASD style
    toggle run-Q
    change weapon mod-E
    activate attachment-Tab
    quick action-Caplock
    lean Left-Z
    lean Right-X
    toggle crouch-C
    Pick/Get item-Alt,Enter

    my assignment makes it comfortable for basically,
    movements that is why toggle run(Q)
    is so close to WASD
    Thanx ya

  2. )(@\/

    )(@\/ New Member

    Nov 19, 2000
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    If you are used to wads, this is hard to get used to, but I am getting better at it :)

    e- forward
    d- back
    a,d- strafe left/right
    w- lean left
    r- lean right
    q- attachment
    a- quick action
    z- toggle prone
    x- activate/pickup
    c- toggle crouch
    v- crounch
    g- weapon mode
    t- reload
    shift- run
    space- jump
    wheel- change weapon
    left/right mouse- primary/sec fire
    yui- menu,all,team chat modes

    I still have to bind speech for the numpad, too busy playing :D
  3. Zundfolge

    Zundfolge New Member

    Dec 13, 1999
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    Ok, here's mine

    WASD - forward/back, straife left/right
    space - jump
    Q - lean left
    E - lean right
    C - crouch (while holding)
    X - toggle crouch
    Z - toggle prone (usualy use double tap of W or S though)
    alt - use
    shift - run (while holding)
    capslock - toggle run
    ctrl - mutate heal (for Action Realism mutator, until we get a bandage button :) )
    tab - QA weapon
    V - QA Menu

    Mouse (M$ Optical 5 button)
    Invert mouse - Hell Yeah!
    Mouse Sensitivity - 8
    left button - fire
    right button - aim
    roll wheel - next/prev weapon
    click wheel - weapon mode
    left thumb button - reload
    right "thumb" button - attachment

  4. -=<<NRA>>=-

    -=<<NRA>>=- New Member

    Jul 6, 2000
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    up arrow- foreward
    down arrow- backwards
    left arrow- straff left
    right arrow- straff right
    CTRL- jump
    backslash- crouch
    numb.pad 0- reload
    numb.pad 1-run
    numb.pad enter- change weapon mode
    numb pad + - change attatchment
    end- grab
    delete-lean left
    pagedown- lear right

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  5. Eliwar

    Eliwar -

    Aug 14, 1999
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    arrow keys
    ctrl- duck
    keypad ins- jump
    del- lean left
    Pgdn- lean right
    enter- grab
    mbutton 1- fire
    mbutton 2- alt fire
    mbutton 3- reload
    mbutton 4- mode
    mbutton 5- attachment
    mwheel- change weapons

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  6. Razorflower

    Razorflower It hurts.

    Oct 6, 2000
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    I played flight sims for 5 years before trying FPS... I still use the keys I used in Air Warrior III, Aliens Online, Q3D and now, Infiltration.

    Walk [forward] S
    Jump W
    Backwards Z or X
    Activate Attach. Q
    Run E
    Weapon Mode Tab
    Crouch CapsLock
    Prone Shift
    Grab/Pick up G or H
    Flashlight F
    Reload R
    Talk T
    Team Talk Y
    Throw Weapon Space
    Quick Action Enter

    I use the default weapon cycle, 1-8 and that's it. I find this works best for me cuz all the keys are grouped in one small area on the board. I'm not all over the place for keys, and i can use three fingers on one hand to hit them all.

  7. HanD_of_DarKNesS

    HanD_of_DarKNesS Evil Bastard

    May 23, 2000
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    I use a semi-standard arrow key configuration, though I'm always looking for better key configs that allow me access to more keys at once.

    UP = forward
    DOWN = back
    LEFT = strafe left
    RIGHT = strafe right

    CTRL = jump
    OPT/ALT = toggle run
    CMD = quick action
    SHIFT = reload
    RETURN = action
    NUM 0 = toggle crouch

    Most other required functions are setup on my MS IntelliMouse Explorer.

    LEFT MOUSE = fire
    RIGHT MOUSE = toggle aim
    SCROLL BUTTON = crouch
    SCROLL = switch weapons (up and down)
    LOWER THUMB = switch fire mode
    UPPER THUMB = activate attachment

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  8. itskeiagain

    itskeiagain Guest

    I have been using keypad basically for everything.
    8 - forward
    0 - backward
    4 - strafe L
    6 - strafe R
    7 - lean L
    9 - lean R
    5 - toggle run
    3 - toggle crouch
    . - toggle prone
    / - switch weapon mode
    2 - attachment
    Enter - use
    + - next weapon
    - - previous weapon
    L click - attack
    R click - aim
    middle click - Reload
    page down - jump

    Am I the only one using keypad for the movement? But this really works for me.
  9. shmookid

    shmookid Guest

    here is mine!

    I use my logitech trackball for turning,
    leftmouse key if forward,
    middlemouse key is strafe left,
    rightmouse key is strafe right,
    left CTRL is fire,
    left ALT is alt fire,
    the key between them is my reload,
    shift is run toggle,
    z is jump,
    x is backwards,
    c is crouch toggle,,
    v is prone toggle,
    space bar is switch weapons mode,
    a is left lean,
    s is center,
    d is right lean,
    caps lock is previous weapon,
    tab is next weapon,
    ~ is best weapon,
    q is quick action,
    g is activate/grab,

    I have others setup for Teamsay, Say etc.. but since I hardly ever use them they are on the far side of the keyboard by the enter key.

    This works for me best because I am a lefty and can move those fingers around the keyboard quickly.

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  10. Draco-1

    Draco-1 I've been to hell, and I spell it DMV.

    Jan 30, 2000
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    Ready for this?

    My entire left side of my ergonomic keyboard is mapped. :)

    Forward: W
    Left: A
    Right: D
    Backward: D
    Next Weap: E (I use keys because clicking with the
    Prev Weap: Q mousewheel sometimes changes weapons)
    Attachment: R
    Chat: T
    Use: F
    Throw Gun: G
    Lean Left: Z
    Lean Right: X
    Toggle Crouch: C
    Voice Menu: V
    Toggle Prone: B
    Run: Shift
    Quick Action: CAPS
    Alt-Fire: Space (double-mapped, helps me snipe)
    Line Command: Tab
    Console: Tilde
    Weapons: default #s

    That's every key except for the Windows Key.

    Mouse (Intellimouse Explorer):
    Fire: Left Button
    Alt-Fire: Middle Button (wheel)
    Jump: Right Button (old holdover from Tribes)
    Reload: Big Thumb button
    Weapon Mode: Small THumb Button

    I like the Explorer, it fits my hand well. Guess I got big hands. ;)

    Auxillary Buttons:
    Timedemo: F7
    Behindview 1: period
    Behindview 0: comma

    That's a LOT of keys. However, with practice, it's all reflex now, I don't even notice it. That's what you should aim for; an intuitive (for you) key layout that you don't have to THINK about where something is. If you have to think "Ok, gotta hit the B key" you're dead.

    I was just looking at my keys.. I think I may change from WASD to ESDF. I'll experiment with it this weekend.

  11. Monk_Zero

    Monk_Zero Guest

    Arrow keys - movement
    Delete - Lean Left
    PgDn - Lean Right
    End - Toggle Run
    Ctrl - Duck
    Shift - Aim/Breathe
    Enter - Reload
    Backslash - Toggle Weapon Mode
    Right Bracket - Activate Attachment
    Backspace - Voice/QA menu
    Num Pad - All voice comms
    Right mouse - Jump
    Scroll - Weapon Change
    KP_INS - Quick Action
    g - currently get, but that's going to be changed to something else soon. Use it so much. Thanks for maps that use this feature!
  12. Cuchullain

    Cuchullain New Member

    May 21, 2000
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    Using a Startegic Commander

    I'm using a Strategic commander for movement. Still playing around with the options on the buttons. The movement feels a little sloppy at first, but I'm getting used to it. I still use the mouse for looking, firing and reloading.

  13. chop

    chop Guest

    Joystick and mouse here

    I use a joystick and mouse to play all FPS games and I LOVE it. Everone thinks i'm crazy but am surprised that I can actually compete. The joy takes care of all movements including strafing. Jump, crouch, attatchment, run, leaning, prone and activate are on top of the joy and run with one thumb. The mouse handles head movements, reloading, alt fire, toggle weapons(mouse wheel up or down) and press mouse wheel down to switch from auto to semi and so on. I only need the keyboard to type messages....and to drop weapon or something like that. I rarely use the keyboard. This is how I learned as well...my friends played that way. Go ahead....flame on....hehe
  14. Dobbs

    Dobbs New Member

    Nov 28, 1999
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    Beagle got it right. Numpad > ;)

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  15. DarkBls

    DarkBls Inf Ex-admin

    Mar 5, 2000
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    Yesh ALl-numpad too ;)

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  16. Zundfolge

    Zundfolge New Member

    Dec 13, 1999
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  17. My Congfig

    forward backward left right-arrow keys
    run-(the button next to control)
    weapon mode-delete
    pickup grab-numpad4
    pelvic thrust-spacebar (god i wish 2.85 had PTs)


    lean q-e
    move wasd
    quickaction z with onrelease
    crouch c
    jump space
    altfire mouse 2
    fire mouse 1
    atchment wheel button
    reload mouse 5
    mode mouse 4
    in-game menu v
    commands all num keys
  19. SoupieC

    SoupieC Guest

    my layout:

    up arrow: forward
    down arrow: back
    left arrow: strafe left
    right arrow: strafe right
    Ins: Jump
    Crtl: run
    Shift: Quick Action
    button beside ctrl: toggle weapon mode
    windows key: activate attachment
    numpad del: crouch
    numpad 1-6: voice commands
    delete:lean left
    pg down: lean right
    end: toggle prone
    insert: command menu
    backspace: throw weapon
    backslash: throw ammo
    mouse 1: fire
    mouse 2: toggle aim
    scroll up/down: change weapon
    scroll button on mouse: reload
    mouse 4: switch to grenades
    mouse 5: grab/use
    ummm I think thats it

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  20. Farrell

    Farrell New Member

    Oct 19, 2000
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    interesting set ups

    look - Mouse
    Forward/Back/L/R - W/S/A/D
    lean L/R - Q/E
    quick action - tab
    crouch - shift
    jump - control
    run (hold key) - space bar
    reload - r
    change trigger group - f
    activate attachment - x
    talk/team talk - t/y
    toggle aim - R mouse
    fire - L mouse
    change weapons - mouse wheel up/down
    prone - double tap forward
    grab item - c
    toss weapon - z

    I think this set-up rocks. The space bar feels great as a run key. I also use the # keys to switch weapons, though I wish you could set # keys in the loadout menu.

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