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 Post subject: List of New Bindable Keys in 0.15
PostPosted: Wed Oct 19, 2005 7:17 am 
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I extracted this info out of the 0.15 source code.

This is a list of the new bindable keypad keys in JoeQuake 0.15:

20 extra bindable keys wrote:
CAPSLOCK
KP_0
KP_1
KP_2
KP_3
KP_4
KP_5
KP_6
KP_7
KP_8
KP_9
KP_DEL
KP_DIVIDE
KP_DOWNARROW
KP_END
KP_ENTER
KP_HOME
KP_INS
KP_LEFTARROW
KP_MINUS
KP_MULTIPLY
KP_NUMLCK
KP_NUMLOCK
KP_PGDN
KP_PGUP
KP_PLUS
KP_RIGHTARROW
KP_SLASH
KP_STAR
KP_UPARROW
NUMLOCK
PRINTSCR
SCRLCK
SCROLLOCK

Note kp_9 is the same as kp_pgup, for example. Binds to those keys behave the same whether num lock is on or off.


The PAUSE key is also bindable, I didn't list it because that's been a Quake bindable key since day 1. Also, I listed CAPSLOCK but that's been bindable in JoeQuake for a long time now.

The rest of the standard keys so someone reading this doesn't have to go looking for it:

Quake Bindable Keys wrote:
BACKSPACE
CTRL
DEL
DOWNARROW
END
ENTER
ESCAPE
F1, F2, .., F12
HOME
INS
JOY1, JOY2, JOY3, JOY4
LEFTARROW
MOUSE1, MOUSE2, MOUSE3
MWHEELDOWN, MWHEELUP
PAUSE
PGDN, PGUP
RIGHTARROW
SEMICOLON (can also be bound as in bind ";" "impulse 7"
SHIFT
SPACE
TAB
UPARROW


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 22, 2005 3:27 am 
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Ok, there are more bindable keys than I realized.

You can also separately bind the left and right CTRL keys, ALT keys and SHIFT keys ...

CTRL, ALT, SHIFT wrote:
LCTRL and RCTRL
LALT and RALT
LSHIFT and RSHIFT


And you can still bind those keys normally if you choose -- the classic way -- as in BIND CTRL "IMPULSE 7"


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