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  1. yo dude i'm a lefty and i use 'P'= W 'L'= A 'semicolon'= S 'apostrophe'= D so its exactly like WSAD but mirror'd on the right . (works great cuz you can use Ctrl an Shift real easy) and you can use AutoHotKey to over-ride 'K' 'J' 'comma' and 'Rightbracket' to whatever you'd like! like i have rightbracket ' [ ' set to 'Q' to active TTD that slow-time ****. but yeah if your left handed Autohotkey is a god send for most games that dont allow you to rebind **** you need, you can even do other kool **** too like make a toggle aim function so you dont have to hold down the damn right mouse button to aim. you'll need autohotkey installed before you can run it, but here is my ahk script : Right mouse button becomes toggle-able so you dont have to hold it down to aim, just click now (like every other game can...) K becomes R ; to make K reload key R becomes K ; and R becomes K so you can still access 'character menu' [ becomes Q ; Right-bracket becomes Q so it actually works, for some reason you can bind it in game but it doesnt work, so this fixes that oh and make sure to pause it if you alt-tab , cuz the right click hold thing can be screwy out-side game on the desktop you can pause it by pressing the Right 'Ctrl' + Right 'Alt' once you're done playing just pause the script and Exit AutoHotKey to make **** back to normal. MsgBox, 4,, Toggle Key/Hold Script Run ? (press Yes or No) IfMsgBox Yes { MsgBox Script running. Soundbeep } else { MsgBox Closing. Soundbeep ExitApp } SetTitleMatchMode, 2 #SingleInstance Force #MaxThreadsPerHotkey 2 #IfWinActive, The Outer Worlds If (GetKeyState(RButton)){ *RButton Up:: If (Toggle := !Toggle){ Send {Click Down Right} } Else{ Send {RButton up} } Return } Return #IfWinActive RCtrl & RAlt::Suspend k::r r::k [::q oh and if you want you can Frankenstein this code to work for what ever game that allows AutoHotKey to run in the background, just gotta change ' #ifWinActive, The Outer Worlds ' to whatever the games windows name is; easy to see by hovering mouse over the games icon in the taskbar, and they're case sensitive too. i copy pasted this from another reply i gave figure it apply here too
  2. yo dude i'm a lefty too and i use 'P'= W 'L'= A 'semicolon'= S 'apostrophe'= D so its exactly like WSAD but mirror'd on the right . (works great cuz you can use Ctrl an Shift real easy) and you can use AutoHotKey to over-ride 'K' 'J' 'comma' and 'Rightbracket' to whatever you'd like! like i have rightbracket ' [ ' set to 'Q' to active TTD that slow-time ****. but yeah if your left handed Autohotkey is a god send for most games that dont allow you to rebind **** you need, you can even do other kool **** too like make a toggle aim function so you dont have to hold down the damn right mouse button to aim. you'll need autohotkey installed before you can run it, but here is my ahk script : Right mouse button becomes toggle-able so you dont have to hold it down to aim, just click now (like every other game can...) K becomes R ; to make K reload key R becomes K ; and R becomes K so you can still access 'character menu' [ becomes Q ; Right-bracket becomes Q so it actually works, for some reason you can bind it in game but it doesnt work, so this fixes that oh and make sure to pause it if you alt-tab , cuz the right click hold thing can be screwy out-side game on the desktop you can pause it by pressing the Right 'Ctrl' + Right 'Alt' once you're done playing just pause the script and Exit AutoHotKey to make **** back to normal. MsgBox, 4,, Toggle Key/Hold Script Run ? (press Yes or No) IfMsgBox Yes { MsgBox Script running. Soundbeep } else { MsgBox Closing. Soundbeep ExitApp } SetTitleMatchMode, 2 #SingleInstance Force #MaxThreadsPerHotkey 2 #IfWinActive, The Outer Worlds If (GetKeyState(RButton)){ *RButton Up:: If (Toggle := !Toggle){ Send {Click Down Right} } Else{ Send {RButton up} } Return } Return #IfWinActive RCtrl & RAlt::Suspend k::r r::k [::q just open notepad and paste that an save it as .ahk an then run. oh and if you want you can Frankenstein this code to work for what ever game that allows AutoHotKey to run in the background, just gotta change ' #ifWinActive, The Outer Worlds ' to whatever the games windows name is; easy to see by hovering mouse over the games icon in the taskbar, and they're case sensitive too.
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