How to use Virtual buttons to Shift your foot pedal buttons from the keyboard

You can literally multiply your command power over the standard 4 button use with your Fragpedal or Omnipedal if you use the (3) Virtual buttons to set 2 shift buttons and load a macro to shift the buttons from the keyboard. You can give each of the 4 (or 2 if you have a Dual) […]

Double or Quadruple your foot pedal button power with the Shift function

While you may have a 2 or 4 button model of either the Fragpedal or Omnipedal, you can easily assign and send many more commands than the actual button count of the pedals. You can double to quadruple the actual number of button assignments you can make with the pedals by using the IDI™ Shift […]

Aion Online Macros

Aion Online Macros

Posted by on Jul 28, 2011 in Blog, Game Macros and Configurations | One Comment

MMOs are very command-intensive, and there’s a lot the Fragpedal can do to help out. We are working on adding support for a variety of MMOs, so let Aion Online be the first! Configuration: Flying Controls Flying controls add an extra layer of commands for the user to execute successfully. Here is the Flying profile […]

In Depth: Tap / Press / Hold Buttons

In Depth: Tap / Press / Hold Buttons

Posted by on Jul 15, 2011 in Blog, Game Macros and Configurations | No Comments

Tap / Press / Hold buttons are an important component of IDI technology and can deliver a huge benefit to your games.  Triggering one command on a button press and another on a hold is big stuff. I thought this week I’d make a run down of popular applications for this button behavior, to better […]

Are your key mappings making you a worse player?

Are your key mappings making you a worse player?

Posted by on Jul 12, 2011 in Game Macros and Configurations | No Comments

  Here at the Good Work Matters Research Institute*, we never stop looking for new ways to improve your game. The subject of key-mapping strategy came up at our morning meeting today, and we wanted to shed some light on how to optimally map your in-game controls. As you can see, all the prime real […]

Duke Nukem support and criticism

Duke Nukem support and criticism

Posted by on Jun 28, 2011 in Game Macros and Configurations | 2 Comments

10. The enemies and environment are really repetitive and bosses are formulaic 9. The graphics were better in the first game. 8. The ultra-egotistical character is better done by Stephen Colbert and Zaphod Beeblebrox 7. References to other games are parasitic and don’t add any value 6. The game fails to be surprising, ever (except […]

New Dragon Age Origins Macros

New Dragon Age Origins Macros

Posted by on Jun 27, 2011 in Game Macros and Configurations | One Comment

Alright guys, this is the good stuff. Three Actions on One Button: Tap / Press / Hold macros I made these macros to demonstrate how complex smart buttons help you out in tactical games like Dragon Age: Origins. The triple-action smart button used here is deceptively easy to use. Once the assigned button is pressed, […]

Minecraft Configuration

Minecraft Configuration

Posted by on Jun 24, 2011 in Game Macros and Configurations | 2 Comments

Today, Greg from the Innovation Squad brings us some configurations for Minecraft. This is a great game for the Fragpedal: 1) Using your feet for repetitive commands helps keep your hands from cramping. 2) Minecraft embraces the clever and creative spirit that Fragpedal users are known for.

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Configuration

Battlefield: Bad Company 2 Configuration

Posted by on Jun 22, 2011 in Game Macros and Configurations | One Comment

Oyvind from the Squad brings us his control set-ups for Bad Company 2! Since each class opens new play styles, each class has a profile, including: assault, engineer, medic, and recon.   Press button 1 to grab your ammo box and release it to drop it to your team   The left footpedal changes for […]

Crysis 2 Configuration

Crysis 2 Configuration

Posted by on Jun 20, 2011 in Game Macros and Configurations | 4 Comments

Summer heats up and the Innovation Squad gets rolling. Today, Kimo introduces his profile for Crysis 2. He’s got four very cool macros completely using advanced Smart Button capability, including: tap/press/hold, multi-press, and press/release triggers. His configurations are a good example of using the Fragpedal’s advanced technology to really change the way you control the […]