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The arrow keys are just called "Up" "Down" "Left" and "Right" in AHK. A sample script to remap your arrow keys to i/j/k/l as up/left/down/right: i::Up j::Left k::Down l::Right


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I tried a different approach with the "automatic shooting" function that JoyToKey offers, but the problem seems to be in Psychonauts itself. While it does register keys remapped through JoyToKey, it does not accept repeated inputs without registering a release of the button you pressed. This led me to the idea to send raw input events, which works. In this ...


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Unfortunately it is not possible to re-map the movement to use the arrow keys in Sleeping Dogs itself. There is a rather large topic on the official Sleeping Dogs forum where a lot of annoyed individuals have vented their frustrations. It also seems that the developers have decided that a Third Party solution to the problem is adequate and it is unlikely ...


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It appears the majority of players say that autohotkey won't get you banned, however, it possible that you may get "overwatch banned." There's a bunch of threads on Steam and other communities that discuss this, such as this one, where a user stated: AHK wont get you a vac ban cause it doesn't mess with the games files... also you aren't injecting ...


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$a:: $b:: $c:: $d:: $e:: $f:: $g:: $h:: $i:: $j:: $k:: $l:: $m:: $n:: $o:: $p:: $q:: $r:: $s:: $t:: $u:: $v:: $w:: $x:: $y:: $z:: StringReplace, ThisKeyLabel, A_ThisLabel, $ While GetKeyState(ThisKeyLabel,"P") { Random, r, 50, 250 sleep r Send % ThisKeyLabel } return The code uses A_ThisLabel to determine what button is pressed. I think I can ...


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This is an old question but because I got an answer I thought I could share it. I think this is exactly what I did for myself https://github.com/bemug/dota2cfg The good news is that it can be done right in source scripting, you don't need external tools. Basically I remap the space key to a modifier using source script, and when I press space, it execute ...


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After experimenting and failing at using autohotkey to achieve this, I stumbled across a request link on TeamSpeak's forums which asked for an equivalent to Ventrilo's 'discard' key. This request was made several years back, so, I decided to search the options for it. Under TeamSpeak 3 > settings > options > hotkeys first I had to change the dropdown on the ...


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I finally got it to work loop { ^#f:: If getkeystate("f") send {f up} else loop { send {f down} sleep 20 send {f up} sleep 20 if getkeystate("f") break } return }


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^1:: SetTimer, AUTOFIRE, 10 Gosub, AUTOFIRE return ^2:: SetTimer, AUTOFIRE, Off return AUTOFIRE: Send, F return


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I have the Mac version of Psychonauts, so I used Sikuli as the scripting engine, which works on both Windows and Mac. Sikuli uses Python as its scripting language. This script presses F every 0.12 seconds until either 30 seconds has passed or you stop the script with ⇧⌘C. You can configure it by changing the values of the constants at the top. # ...


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