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[GUIDE] BINDS

Yurai

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BINDS
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Description:
In computing, a keyboard shortcut is a series of one or several keys, such as Left Shift in GTA:SA to jump. Such a key bind invokes a software or operating system operation (in other words, cause an event) when triggered by the user.

Requirements for using binds:
-Download a key bind software

How to bind a command or text.
Simply type the command or /me roleplay as how you would use it in game. For example if you want to bind the description of your character just type in: /ame wears nike airmax shoes, black hoodie and black aviator glasses. Then simply select the key that you want the command to be binded to. Open the game and press the key to test if it works and if it does, you're done. That's how easy it is.

Free Key Binding software : http://www.gtagarage.com/mods/show.php?id=24041

What you need to know:
- if you want to disable a bind press press Delete when choosing the hotkey
- if you want to disable all binds press disable binds
- if you want to send t & enter directly just click at the * near the textbox and t & {ENTER} will be added

Features:
- you can bind up to 20 keys
- you can choose the hotkey very easy by pressing it
- you can use this as a SA:MP Keybinder or as an universal keybinder
- if you are using this as a SA:MP Keybinder if the chat is open the keys won't be send
- if you don't like to see that many binds you can hide them, this automaticaly disables them
- every bind will be saved, and also the hotkey
- all the setings you make will be saved
- you can send the ( ) ~ keys (in most keybinders you can't)
- you can save or open binds configuration with file - open / save​

Another software: https://autohotkey.com/
 

Just Prixi

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Pretty neat guide dude!

Except that certain key binder can be a pain in the ass at times because it actually takes time to type out the bind for you. AHK (Autohotkey) allows you to bind nearly all your keys to something, including certain key combinations and personally, I think it's way better than SA:MP Keybinder. Except AHK can be a little more complicated, that's the only issue.
 

Yurai

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Prixi said:
Pretty neat guide dude!

Except that certain key binder can be a pain in the ass at times because it actually takes time to type out the bind for you. AHK (Autohotkey) allows you to bind nearly all your keys to something, including certain key combinations and personally, I think it's way better than SA:MP Keybinder. Except AHK can be a little more complicated, that's the only issue.
I'm gonna add a link to it in my guide then. Thanks for the info.
 
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