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    This works great - thanks! Any possibility for game specific control bindings? I have no idea how this stuff works but if that option is possible, it would be fantastic. Regardless - thanks for all the efforts.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by cander View Post
    This works great - thanks! Any possibility for game specific control bindings? I have no idea how this stuff works but if that option is possible, it would be fantastic. Regardless - thanks for all the efforts.
    That would be possible to do, but it's not something that I will be adding. It would be a massive undertaking to implement. At least the way that I have been adding stuff to the module. I really don't know much AHK and had never even heard of it before I started using RL. I just look at how other people have done their scripts and use trial and error until I get stuff to work. Just out of curiosity, why would you need that feature?
     

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    Just out of curiosity, why would you need that feature?

    I have a Logitech steering wheel setup and although using the Switch controllers is fine, there is just something about using a wheel when playing racing / kart games that make it more enjoyable. And there is not a standard button setup that each game uses for acceleration / braking / use item / etc.
     

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