Whenever I try to buy ammo or sell items Borderlands shows me a "are you sure" dialog where I need to click ok (forcing me to move the mouse and thus massively slowing down selling multiple items or restocking ammo).

Is there some way/hack to disable those dialogs?

I'm talking about this bullshit btw!

  • 1
    You shouldn't need to buy ammo.
    – MBraedley
    Commented Nov 10, 2013 at 18:00
  • Well, when selling crap it's the same thing. Commented Nov 10, 2013 at 18:02
  • 2
    I believe I just mashed the enter key on these.
    – agent86
    Commented Nov 10, 2013 at 18:46
  • Yeah, I had the same thought. The menus were always a bit wonky with a mouse anyways.
    – MBraedley
    Commented Nov 10, 2013 at 18:48

1 Answer 1


Within the game, no.

As agent86 has said, it's common to mash Enter past it. What's more annoying is the prompt that it's full, which momentarily impedes scrolling down to buy other ammo.
What helps is that Borderlands allows you to scroll up and down with the W & S keys of the AWSD movement keys (and annoyingly, this feature isn't naturally present in the sequel). So you can scroll with your left hand and press the NumPad Enter key with your right.

In my case, I've remapped ` to Enter, so I can move down the list, highlighting with the cursor and pressing Enter with my left hand, instead of moving it to as far as the central Enter key or taking my right hand off of the mouse. You can do the same with a simple AutoHotKey script like:

#IfWinActive    Borderlands

Another AutoHotKey script is something like the following, to spam Enter for you:

[Under the "#IfWinActive Borderlands" directive.]
+Enter::    ;   Shift-Enter
    while GetKeyState("Enter", "P")  ; While the key is being held down physically, loop the following.
        Send {Enter}
        Sleep 1

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