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7-15-2009 @ 5:07PM
Those problems you're having with your keybindings are due to bad software configuration on your end. Using Octopus with 2 accounts running as an example:-Both accounts have exactly the same keybinds.-Ocotopus only broadcasts (that is, sends to both accounts) keys I specifically tell it to. I only have about 7-8 keys broadcast of which is 1 is mounting, 1 is for follow, and the rest are abilities.-When I mouse over to the other/slave account the keyboard strokes and mouse movements now only apply to that slave and only the broadcast ones get sent back to the main account.-I have a keybind that clones the mouse on both screens for making trades, quest turn-ins, and flightpaths easier.-There's other keybinds for disabling broadcasting (for chatting and such) and forcefully broadcasting all keys (not much use for me)
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