Simulated keys

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Simulated keys

Post by Foriegn » Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:44 am

XMBC Version: 2.17
Windows Version: 10-64bit
Mouse Information (brand/model): Havic
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I`m really thankful for this awesome tool, it makes gaming a lot better and easier so thank you. I just wonder if I can activate two buttons at the same time, I have 2 side buttons, 4 and 5. I use stimulated keys for both with "Sticky repeatedly until button is pressed again" but It also stops if I pressed the other button and this is a problem for me if I wanna make the 2 stimulated keys works together, so my question is can I activate both buttons stimulated keys at the same time and make one works and stops only if I pressed its button and not to stop if I pressed the other one? thanks in advance.
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Re: Stimulated keys

Post by phil » Wed Apr 25, 2018 12:25 am

I'm afraid this is not currently possible. The "sticky" function runs a timer and that only knows about the last pressed button. To change that would be a major redesign so its not something that can happen quickly, but I will add it to the "to consider" list but I cant make any promises that it will happen (time is generally against me when it comes to such major re-write that this would require).


PS - I love the mis-typed title "Stimulated keys" - many lol's there :)
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Re: Stimulated keys

Post by Foriegn » Wed Apr 25, 2018 12:50 am

Thank you, at least I know for sure it is not possible atm, would be grateful if it is added in the future tyt, best wishes <3
PS: Stimulated hahah I just use this word a lot in my study, thanks <3

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