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PCSX2 F-keys
#1
I'm not finding the F-key list, and I'd like to know so I can avoid hitting some shortcut feature without knowing it when I goto record my gamplay.

0.9.8

I'm just running into issues, and I honestly rather not spend more time then I have to. I already have to finese the settings between nvidia & PCSX2, I don't want to have to guess at keys for Fraps also.

Also, a Help menu in the program of 'in-game' key command would be great.
*meh, Just had to update since I posted before I updated my profile*
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#2
F1 - Save state
F2 - Change State slot
F3 - Load State
F4 - Frame Limiter Type (Normal / Off / Value)
F5 - Toggle De-Interlacing Modes
F6 - Adjust Aspect
F7 - Pixel Noise
F8 - Screenshot
F9 - Hardware/Software Toggle
F10 - ??
F11 - ??
F12 - Video Capture
TAB - Turbo On / Off
Page Up - FXAA
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#3
(05-29-2012, 03:07 PM)Squall Leonhart Wrote: F1 - Save state
F2 - Change State slot (With SHIFT - backwards)
F3 - Load State (With SHIFT - from backup)
F4 - Frame Limiter Type (Normal / Off / Value)
F5 - Toggle De-Interlacing Modes
F6 - Adjust Aspect
F7 - Pixel Noise
F8 - Screenshot
F9 - Hardware/Software Toggle
F10 - ??
F11 - ??
F12 - Video Capture
TAB - Turbo On / Off (With SHIFT - slowmo)
Page Up - FXAA

Added some shifted keys.
Also, this is configurable via an ini file. See r4917 and r4918.
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#4
thanks, updating my txt file
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#5
Quote:F5 - Toggle De-Interlacing Modes

F5 - Toggle De-Interlacing Modes (With SHIFT - backwards)
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#6
What's pixel noise for?
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#7
simulates a Coax connected TV i guess.
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#8
hmm interesting...
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