Specifically the F9 key. I use the F9 key bound to a mouse button to talk in Teamspeak since it has little interference with most games.

Diablo 3 has F9 bound to open the achievements menu and there is no key binding setting for it. How can I disable this key while in-game?

  • So on a certain mouseclick you actually use the F9 button which in turn is the push to talk button in teamspeak? Why don't you just bind the mouseclick as push to talk? – Lyrion Apr 3 '14 at 11:55
  • I use a Razer Naga Epic for my gaming and the key I use is "12" on the mouse. Without any rebinding, I'd be pressing and holding "=" every time I wanted to talk. So I just bind it to a key almost no game uses (or disable it if it is a keybind for that game). – Mkalafut Apr 3 '14 at 12:33
  • f9 is actually quickload in a huge number of games, but probably not functional in MP games. – horatio Apr 3 '14 at 17:13
  • Right. When I play single player games like Fallout / Elder Scrolls I am not in Teamspeak anyway. I am strictly talking about multiplayer here. – Mkalafut Apr 3 '14 at 17:52

F9 is actually a configurable keybind...you just seem to have missed it. Observe:

Keybinds screen

To clear a keybinding, see this question.

  • Ah ha! I wasn't even looking at the row on the right. Thanks so much! – Mkalafut Apr 2 '14 at 23:15
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    Those freehand circles tho! – Ender Apr 3 '14 at 11:51

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