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Logitech G19 Key Binds

Created 6th December 2011 @ 14:40

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.muku

.notFit

Hello!
I need some help with my new Keyboard!
I have at the Keboard 12 extra Keys and i want to bind it with an voice command, chat massage or an rcon command!
But it doesnt work when i write: bind “g1″ “say_team **Charge Ready**”

So what i have to do that it works?

rytis

#Gamsjaga

Online

bind g1 “say_team **Charge Ready**”
dunno if its the problem , but I fixed it :D

.muku

.notFit

Quoted from rytis

bind g1 “say_team **Charge Ready**”
dunno if its the problem , but I fixed it :D

nope that is not the reason!

Monkeh

.:ne:.
.:ne:.

// Fake uber and teamchat
alias “fakeuber” “voicemenu 1 7;say_team “It’s fake Nublet!”
bind “m” “fakeuber”

Also, try to edit a key in tf2 options with it and make sure tf2 recognises it as g1, see what it’s called when you assign it to something.

Si^

Pokeman
[PG]

75% sure tf2 won’t recognise G keys. Unless you create a macro on the fly.

Permzilla

(Head Admin)
[FG]
007

Can’t get my S keys to work on my sidewinder x4, don’t know if they will for yours

Ghent

TSUN~

G keys aren’t recognized by tf2, if you want to use them just have it point to an obscure key on your keyboard and alias that key.

Go into options -> keyboard and do the binding there (just to see if it works). If that works, save, and find the bind in your config.cfg file. If that doesn’t work -> macros!

Oxy

TC.Strike
TC.Crash

Online

Quoted from Permzilla

Can’t get my S keys to work on my sidewinder x4, don’t know if they will for yours

Yah I have exactly the same problem as with my x6. They can’t be directly assigned but I still manage to use a couple of them by assigning the S keys to unused buttons that are in awkward places like + and then binding buttons in game to + and therefore the S key. tl;dr its a pain in the butt.

edit: just noticed Gntmn already suggested this, i should l2r


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.muku

.notFit

Quoted from Spike Himself

Go into options -> keyboard and do the binding there (just to see if it works). If that works, save, and find the bind in your config.cfg file. If that doesn’t work -> macros!

so which macro i have to make or how that works on tf2?

.muku

.notFit

bump!

Miek

Almost

You need to bind the G key to some unused standard key (using the Logitech software), then you can bind that standard key to something in TF2.

AnimaL

Quoted from Miek

You need to bind the G key to some unused standard key (using the Logitech software), then you can bind that standard key to something in TF2.

this
i have g keys bound to keypad, so g1 is KP_DOWNARROW and so on


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