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  1. Sadly, I cannot even begin to figure out which of those bazillion lines are likely to be related to hacking. I'll keep looking, see if any of that text wall makes sense.
  2. Ok, I found the file. I've been looking throught it, and indeed there's the whole configuration for Xbox controller. Some weird things too. Like it seems to specify that you "duck" by pressing "X". Don't you crouch when pressing the left stick? Anyway, the problem is I have no idea how the game refers to the hacking withing that file. Any clues about that?
  3. Thanks!, I'll check that out. BTW, awesome sig. ahh...Arcania. Awkward dialogue ensue.
  4. I already posted this question on the technical forum, but since this is a modding thread, I guess its worth asking here aswell. Sorry if this sound kind of "unrelated". I was interested in replaying the game using my gamepad (logitech rumblepad II, Playstation like), but the lock-picking minigame requires the use of analogic triggers Is it possible to tweak that so it uses the stick instead?
  5. EDIT: Anyone? Bumpiti-bump. Bump.
  6. I made a similar post on the steam forums, figured I should've done it here first. I decided to replay AP using my gamepad (Logitech Rumblepad II). Thanks to the Xbox controller emulation software the game fully recognizes my gamepad. But as it turns out, the lockpicking minigame requires the use of analogic triggers. Which my controller lacks. Long story short, is it possible to tweak some ini file in order to allow the use of the sticks instead of the triggers for that particular minigame? THX in advance.
  7. I know, but DX was the first thing I instantly remembered!
  8. When you first meet Steven Heck, in the dialog, when he asks what agency you come from, if you choose to avoid the question or something like that, Thorton says something like "I come from a agency...". Heck then starts enumerating agencies you might come from, among the list he says "Majestic 12", Deus Ex reference!
  9. I just registered to tell the OP this. I haven't got the game yet. but I too am a pc gamer who hates mouse acceleration in games (dead space, assassin's creed 2, I'm looking at you!). But I found a fix searching on google. It basically alters a line in the registry, preventing windows from responding to mouse acceleration, regardless of whther its been harcoded into a game or not.created by a user called "cheese" search for "cheese's mouse fix" or "cheesemfix". it comes with an alternative method. Though cheese's much better. and is reversible, without the need of rebooting orr anythig. just click and enjoy.
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