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Right click stopping m1
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#1
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Sometimes I will accidently press right click and it will stop me from auto reloading/firing my weapon. Does anyone know where this issue comes from or how to fix it?

Sometimes I will accidently press right click and it will stop me from auto reloading/firing my weapon. Does anyone know where this issue comes from or how to fix it?
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#2
TFNew
31 Frags +

pretty sure thats just part of the game

pretty sure thats just part of the game
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#3
6 Frags +

+attack2 prevents reload and attack command

+attack2 prevents reload and attack command
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#4
1 Frags +

Should I just remove +attack2 in my class cfgs on classes that don't need it?

Should I just remove +attack2 in my class cfgs on classes that don't need it?
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#5
36 Frags +

Should I stop shitting myself if I don't need to?

Should I stop shitting myself if I don't need to?
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#6
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LupusShould I stop shitting myself if I don't need to?

?

[quote=Lupus]Should I stop shitting myself if I don't need to?[/quote]
?
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#7
2 Frags +

the answer to both questions is yes

the answer to both questions is yes
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#8
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Brimstonethe answer to both questions is yes

by telling them, you are part of the problem

[quote=Brimstone]the answer to both questions is yes[/quote]
by telling them, you are part of the problem
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#9
14 Frags +

Not pressing m2 is also an option

Not pressing m2 is also an option
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#10
-4 Frags +

This fucks up some random stuff you might be doing, but maybe it helps:

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alias +m2action "+attack2;+reload"
alias -m2action "-attack2;-reload"

alias +m2 "alias checkm2 +m2action;checkm1"
alias -m2 "alias checkm2;-m2action"

alias +m1 "alias checkm1;-m2action;+attack"
alias -m1 "alias checkm1 +m2action;checkm2;-attack"

alias checkm1
alias checkm2

bind mouse1 +m1
bind mouse2 +m2
This fucks up some random stuff you might be doing, but maybe it helps:

[spoiler]alias +m2action "+attack2;+reload"
alias -m2action "-attack2;-reload"

alias +m2 "alias checkm2 +m2action;checkm1"
alias -m2 "alias checkm2;-m2action"

alias +m1 "alias checkm1;-m2action;+attack"
alias -m1 "alias checkm1 +m2action;checkm2;-attack"

alias checkm1
alias checkm2

bind mouse1 +m1
bind mouse2 +m2[/spoiler]
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#11
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RicoThis fucks up some random stuff you might be doing, but maybe it helps

the opposite of the null-cancelling movement script

[quote=Rico]This fucks up some random stuff you might be doing, but maybe it helps[/quote]

the opposite of the null-cancelling movement script
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#12
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mastercomsRicoThis fucks up some random stuff you might be doing, but maybe it helps
the opposite of the null-cancelling movement script

Would be nice if someone like you could give us a solution instead of making fun of someone who tried? No? (Simps incoming)

[quote=mastercoms][quote=Rico]This fucks up some random stuff you might be doing, but maybe it helps[/quote]

the opposite of the null-cancelling movement script[/quote]

Would be nice if someone like you could give us a solution instead of making fun of someone who tried? No? (Simps incoming)
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#13
Stream Highlights
1 Frags +
Rev3(Simps incoming)

bro do you even know what simp means?

[quote=Rev3](Simps incoming)[/quote] bro do you even know what simp means?
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#14
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Rev3Would be nice if someone like you could give us a solution instead of making fun of someone who tried? No? (Simps incoming)

I'm not sure that was the impression I wanted to make. I was just being lighthearted since I thought that would be the solution. I found it funny that we already have a script for making sure an input is received even if you have the opposing button pressed, and now Rico made a script to make sure of the opposite, where it makes sure an input is not received if you have the opposing button pressed.

But really, given your comments, I doubt you really wanted to say anything constructive and were just waiting to say that to me. Now, I hope it was cathartic and you're relieved of whatever pain you had.

[quote=Rev3]Would be nice if someone like you could give us a solution instead of making fun of someone who tried? No? (Simps incoming)[/quote]

I'm not sure that was the impression I wanted to make. I was just being lighthearted since I thought that would be the solution. I found it funny that we already have a script for making sure an input is received even if you have the opposing button pressed, and now Rico made a script to make sure of the opposite, where it makes sure an input is not received if you have the opposing button pressed.

But really, given your comments, I doubt you really wanted to say anything constructive and were just waiting to say that to me. Now, I hope it was cathartic and you're relieved of whatever pain you had.
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