Auto-Run (Shift + numpad direction) doesn't work on Windows7


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Dungeon Dilettante

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Post Monday, 1st August 2011, 23:22

Auto-Run (Shift + numpad direction) doesn't work on Windows7

Hey all,

I just downloaded the 0.8.1 version of Dungeon Crawl for windows.. Shift + Numpad doesn't run. I can run using the rogue commands, but that's not at all what I'm used to.

Any idea why this wouldn't be working for me? I can walk just fine using the numpad.

Thanks all!

d.
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Dungeon Master

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Post Monday, 1st August 2011, 23:33

Re: Auto-Run (Shift + numpad direction) doesn't work on Wind

Try to disable numlock.
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Dungeon Dilettante

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Post Monday, 1st August 2011, 23:43

Re: Auto-Run (Shift + numpad direction) doesn't work on Wind

Thanks for the quick reply. Turning off numlock = not being able to move at all for me.

I'm wondering if this has something to do with me having a MX 5500 revolution logitech keyboard :(

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Post Monday, 8th August 2011, 20:12

Re: Auto-Run (Shift + numpad direction) doesn't work on Wind

I'm pretty sure it doesn't have to do anything with your keyboard, since it doesn't work on mine, either (I have Microsoft Sidewinder X4). What I did is that I created macros for SHIFT + NUMKEY and mapped them to Nethack/Rogue movement controls. Like so:

SHIFT+NUM7 mapped to Y
SHIFT+NUM8 mapped to K
etc.

I had to do something silimar on console, because for the love of god I couldn't get all the keys to work (not only movement keys, but stuff like SHIFT+NUM5 for rest/search).

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