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For some reason I can no longer REBIND hotkeys 6-0 to use ALT+1-5

This is game breaking for me. Its just silly that I am expected to move my finger from W to 0 with ease. It should have been ALT+1-5 to begin with.. I have been enjoying using it that way, but recent patch reset the ini and I can't seem to get the binds to work again. Maybe I am doing it wrong and not remembering it right. either way it is pissing me off..

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You have to do it from the configuration menu outside of dungeon defenders right before you launch the game.

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You have to do it from the configuration menu outside of dungeon defenders right before you launch the game.

Only allows you to press one button... Not 2.. It can either 1 or ALT, but not ATL+1... To do that one must edit in the .ini

But I forgot what needs to be written to get it to work.

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What I am trying (which is similar to what it was) is:
.Bindings=(Name="One",Command="HotKeyOne | OnRelease HotKeyOff",alt=false)
.Bindings=(Name="Two",Command="HotKeyTwo | OnRelease HotKeyOff",alt=false)
.Bindings=(Name="Three",Command="HotKeyThree | OnRelease HotKeyOff",alt=false)
.Bindings=(Name="Four",Command="HotKeyFour | OnRelease HotKeyOff",alt=false)
.Bindings=(Name="Five",Command="HotKeyFive | OnRelease HotKeyOff",alt=false)
.Bindings=(Name="One",Command="HotKeySix | OnRelease HotKeyOff",alt=true)
.Bindings=(Name="Two",Command="HotKeySeven | OnRelease HotKeyOff",alt=true)
.Bindings=(Name="Three",Command="HotKeyEight | OnRelease HotKeyOff",alt=true)
.Bindings=(Name="Four",Command="HotKeyNine | OnRelease HotKeyOff",alt=true)
.Bindings=(Name="Five",Command="HotKeyTen | OnRelease HotKeyOff",alt=true)


But I must be inputting something wrong cause it still isn't working...

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Kill Kayt, You need to make the change in UDKInput.ini
Looks like you're accidentally making the change to DefaultInput.ini

I tried it now over here and ,Alt=true works for me :)

(also you can use Shift=true or Control=true, or any combination of those)

-Jer

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Kill Kayt, You need to make the change in UDKInput.ini
Looks like you're accidentally making the change to DefaultInput.ini

I tried it now over here and ,Alt=true works for me :)

(also you can use Shift=true or Control=true, or any combination of those)

-Jer

OMG THANK YOU!.... You are absolutely correct.. I knew I was doing something wrong...

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Oh! Thanks so much for this thread! I had no idea how to bind to alt+ or ctrl+ so I've painfully been using most of the default bindings - now I can use my N52! YAY! Been bugging the heck out of me that I couldn't use it

*does a happy dance*

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