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Offline David Gonzalez

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San Andreas Police Department - Keybind Guide
« on: June 18, 2015, 19:29:02 pm »

    San Andreas Police Department
    KeyBind Guide



    So recently there's been a new change to the old rule that stated that key-bind's were not allowed to be used in Argonath, and in this case, SA:MP.
    On the 17/06/2015 the HQ team of the SA:MP server decided to remove that rule allowing back key-binds and with this a hole new side that people are unaware appeared.

    The keybinder can be used for roleplay as it is much easier to type stuff out, for example:

    - Keybinders can be used to describe your character, make roleplay commands, such as, unholstering your weapon, for example:
    • Pedro would be wearing an LSPD uniform with a Supervisory Sergeant badge, SWAT Patch, SAPD Academy Patch and would look to be around 24 Y/O, White male, 6' and around 185 LBS.
    • unholsters his glock 22 from the holster as he flipps the safety OFF.

    - They also give you the ability to type stuff faster, for example, if you're in a pursuit, and you need to warn the driver to stop, without you stopping to type /s2 or /s3, you can simple assign one hotkey that it would type it for you, for example: LSPD - Stop and surrender now! . This will reduce the time you take to type /s2 and you can keep on pursuit

    What is a Key-binder?
    A key-binder is a program that allows you to perform certain commands or phrases with a simple press of a key or button.


    What Key-Binder do we recommend?
    AutoHotkey


    How to install it?
    • First download and install the program that you can find here.
    • On the third window of the installation process you need to have "Main program" marked or it wont install Autohotkey for you.
    • Just complete the rest of the installation like you would with another program.
    • Once you are done with your installation run the Autohotkey.exe when you start the Autohotkey.exe there should pop up a green icon on your taskbar.
    • Right click it and chose ''Edit this script'', now a notepad documents should appear, there should be some texts on it, delete them, once the notepad is clear thats where you will write your key-bind script.


    How to make a simple script for the AutoHotkey?

    Let's say you want to make a simple /me , like /me twists the key's of the vehicle turning on the engine
    [/list]
    Code: [Select]
    Key:: Sendinput t/me twists the key's of the vehicle turning on the engine{enter}
    The ''Key'' You should place the key you want, for example i want it CTRL+E i would place ''^'' and E so it would look like:
    Code: [Select]
    ^e:: Sendinput t/me twists the key's of the vehicle turning on the engine{enter}
    Now let's say you want something to type like you want to be able to type /MP5 on the SA:MP chat and it would say, /me swings his MP5 cocking the bolt., that's also possible!
    Code: [Select]
    :?:t/mp5::{enter}t/me swings his MP5 cocking the bolt{enter}And so on, this tool makes it so you can not only use key-binds but also written commands!

    Now on the top we have described our self this is also easy to make, but we have to make it into two lines
    Code: [Select]
    Numpad5::
    {
    SendInput t/em *Celso Williams would be wearing an LSPD uniform with a Sergeant badge, SWAT/TRU Patch, SAPD Academy Patch.*                                                                     {enter}
    sendinput t/em *and would look to be around 26 Y/O, White male, 6' and around 190 LBS, fit build.*                                                                                               {enter}
    }
    In this case we chose ''Numpad5'' to be the ''KEY''

    Now some CMD's.
    Code: [Select]
    Never place a ! in your key-bind this may make your game crash, instead use {!} it's basically a ! as well but without the crashing!

    ^ - CTRL

    For Numpad number use on the ''Key'' - Numpad1 / Numpad2 etc....

    {enter} Should be at the end of any key-bind so it will forward it automatically.

    ! - If you type it on ''KEY'' it means ALT, you can also make it ''!e'' so it's basically ALT+E.

    Signed,
    Lieutenant Cipone.
    Sergeant Williams


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    Offline David Gonzalez

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    Re: San Andreas Police Department - Keybind Guide
    « Reply #1 on: November 05, 2015, 00:49:19 am »
    Updated with download link (old link didn't seem to work)


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