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Brandon Holderby
Occasional Contributor

keyboard buffer...

I have an Evo N600c. I have a game I play that at times requires me to press 3 keys simultaneously. There must be some sort of keyboard buffer of 2 key presses at once max. Is there any way to change that? I'm thinking its hardwired this way.
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Gary Cantwell
Honored Contributor

Re: keyboard buffer...

Hi Brandon,

Welcome to the forums!


You can also post this one over in the EVO Notebook Category of the Business Support Forums:

http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/bizsupport/categoryhome.do?categoryId=274

Cheers,


Gary
Brandon Holderby
Occasional Contributor

Re: keyboard buffer...

thanks man...
Pat
Honored Contributor

Re: keyboard buffer...

Hello, Brandon,

Is there an edit/unassign such as seen in this particular application?

http://www.newtek.com/products/lightwave/tutorials/setup/8-EditKeyboard/

Pat
Brandon Holderby
Occasional Contributor

Re: keyboard buffer...

ehh, let me put it this way. say you were playing DOOM. default controls are W-fwrd, a-left, s-back, and d-right. With space being jump. if im pressing W and D at the same time, and if i was to press space to jump, it will not activate...so it seems as if 2 keys at once are max.
Pat
Honored Contributor

Re: keyboard buffer...

I understand what you're saying.

In Windows, you can right click on an icon and check for a shortcut. If there's a shortcut, you can delete the shortcut then assign your own new shortcut.

In the game, is there a shortcut menu that can be edited. You should contact the manufacturer's and see if this is possible.

Pat