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slow motion in 0.9.7
#1
I've asked in the main 0.9.7 release thread and I saw the same question in the svn forum but no one seems to have an answer -

Is there a keystroke to enable or toggle slowmotion versus turbo?

If a dev doesn't read this post maybe someone can read through the source code?
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#2
It should be Shift+Tab but I don't think it was activated in the source.


If you can compile your own, search for this lines:
Code:
    {    "Framelimiter_SlomoToggle",
        Implementations::Framelimiter_TurboToggle,
        NULL,
        NULL,
    },

And change them for this:
Code:
    {    "Framelimiter_SlomoToggle",
        Implementations::Framelimiter_SlomoToggle,
        NULL,
        NULL,
    },

it should work then. Seems it was just a typo but it means you can't do it right now in the beta 0.9.7.
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#3
Sorry for the necro, found this thread via google. What file is it that needs the edit? From what I see here it looks like a xml file though I'm having a tough time finding any xml files. I really know nothing of programing. Though when someone that knows what they are doing tells me how to do it, I'm smart enough to copy/paste.
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#4
Its a c file change and you need to recompile the whole program from source. Not as simple as copy pasting
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#5
Fixed the bug, thanks for reminding me Tongue2
It'll work via shift+tab in the next beta / release.
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#6
Thanks for the heads up.
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#7
For now you could simply use the turbo button for slow-mo.
Set turbo speed to 50% and it'll be a slow-mo toggle essentially Tongue2
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