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Make toggle flashlight functionality consistent regardless of key shortcut
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Currently holding down "L" toggles the flashlight, but the same does not happen if holding down the number (default 6)

Since 6 is easier to press on keyboard when moving or doing other actions than to reach for L, could the behavior be consistent here?


Operating System
Windows 10

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Andrew_Bones changed Category from General to Controls.
lipek added a subscriber: lipek.EditedMay 24 2022, 2:18 PM

Just hold 'L' and the flash-light will toggle. This is how it works for me now.

That's weird it did not work for me? I will try later today - if it actually already works like that, then this is irrelevant.

lipek added a comment.May 24 2022, 2:42 PM

Maybe you have changed some key bindings and it stopped working. Try reset keybinds to default.

Andrew_Bones added a comment.EditedMay 24 2022, 4:41 PM

Can confirm that holding L already toggles light.

Holding down "6" does not.

I was probably conflating the two and assuming they work the same, as I use "6" more since it is closer on the keyboard.

Sorry for my bad assumption.

E: I reworked this slightly into a tiny QoL suggestion, since I did not find a way to close this item. I am okay with throwing this away if someone can do that.

Andrew_Bones renamed this task from Turn flashlight on/off without having to carry it in hand to Make toggle flashlight functionality consistent regardless of key shortcut.May 24 2022, 4:43 PM
Andrew_Bones updated the task description. (Show Details)
Andrew_Bones changed Severity from Feature to Trivial.
Geez changed the task status from New to Reviewed.May 25 2022, 4:23 PM