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Nav users - how to use scripting to maximise your buttons (R6:Siege example)  (Read 1325 times)

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Two questions I often get asked:

1) What's the use of pairing XIM with a scripting device (i.e. Titan Two)?

2) How do you map complex games to a Nav + mouse, with such a limited button count?

This example perfectly encapsulates both:


In Rainbow Six Siege - an incredibly complex game - the melee button is used for dual purposes: to melee (obviously) and also to lean right, which is triggered when you press the ADS button. The ADS acts as a modifier button, so to speak.

So why not create my own custom modifier? As you'll see in the video above, I use the crouch button as my modifier for leaning left. How cool is that? I call this feature "double up".

I've also used double taps to great effect - double tap the sprint button to perform a weapon change, for example. So you start needing say 12 buttons, but through modifiers and double taps you can easily bring this down to 9 or 10...or maybe even less.

So if you're ever wondering how on earth you squeeze "more" buttons out of a Nav...this is how:) You just have to get creative!
« Last Edit: 09:18 PM - 04/30/18 by piiwii »
Setup: XIM Apex, Titan Two, Switch Joy-Con, Logitech G502, Razer mouse bungee, SteelSeries 4HD mousepad, DXRacer armrest, LucidSound LS30 headphones, Netduma router, Ubiquiti UniFi AP LR wireless access point

My setup (incl. Joy-Con mount): https://bit.ly/2jic7bG

My RAINBOW SIX SIEGE Titan Two Mega Script: https://youtu.be/x-9NtxyySVM

What is a ballistic curve? Click here to learn more: https://bit.ly/2qzUAjg

Using a Nav? Frustrated by the lack of buttons? See here: https://bit.ly/2JINRuB

Find me on the ConsoleTuner (Titan Two) forums: pablosscripts