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  1. Steve
    May 10, 2011

    Typical of Blizzard games, Starcraft II controls start out dead simple but allow some pretty advanced commands once you’ve mastered them.

    I think my game could benefit from a timer function. Perhaps I’ll assign a button to listen for one, two, or three presses, corresponding to 60, 90, and 120second timers, to help me with my pacing.
    Or, I’m considering the StarCraft II fire alarm. Set a button to quickly target my command center and other buildings with lift-off abilities to take off into the air, and perhaps also select all my SCVs and put them on auto-repair. But will it be zerg-rush-proof?

  2. shan
    May 23, 2011

    sweet!!!

  3. Maganahan
    May 30, 2011

    This sounds cool, I need to try the UltraShake, and let the macro press the e key “quickly” for me. Dead Space 2 is frantic enough to remind me of Serious Sam…

    • Steve
      June 28, 2011

      @Maganahan
      yeah, you never know when a necromorph is about to pop out right behind you. What bothers me, though, is when they lose their legs and just keep crawling, and crawling

  4. Walter Jacobson
    June 4, 2011

    Do you have a black opps confiquration ….

  5. Steve
    June 4, 2011

    hi walter!
    A configuration for Black Ops is included in the IDI Content Pack v1.07.
    Grab it from the IDI Content page or download it directly.

    The Black Ops config supports Black Ops controls in the IDI console and comes with one set of suggested controls and three background skins. Expect to see some strategic macros for Black Ops soon!

  6. Justin Mayer
    June 13, 2011

    Awesome post! I’m off to slay darkspawn like it’s going out of style

  7. Steve
    June 15, 2011

    Awesome! I really love the C4 & Claymore macro and the press/release grenade throw.

    Black Ops totally sucks until you unlock claymores.

    • Justin
      June 20, 2011

      Agreed, claymores make it so much easier to prevent random dudes from gunning you down/stabbing you from behind

  8. WJJ
    June 17, 2011

    How does one install Tims profiles to the IDI device configuator? E-mail me or post please.

    • Steve
      June 20, 2011

      WJ,

      An updated and complete installer is now available on the DLC page. Run the installer into the /IDI Device directory. Then, select the Black Ops macro and alias file for each profile you want to configure. Once done, Tim’s macros will be available to assign to your keys, and his images will be available for your background. Finally, configure the profiles according to Tim’s suggestions. You can follow the screenshots, or for your convenience I’ve diagrammed the assignments here:

      Run-n-Gun: Full Auto
      Button 1: Fire (Left click)
      Button 2: Press/Release: Fire & Prone // Jump & Reload
      Button 3: Lethal Grenade / Tomahawk (g)
      Button 4: Dual Weapons Rapid Fire

      Run-n-Gun: Semi Auto
      Button 1: Semi-auto Rapid Fire
      Button 2: Tactical Grenade (4)
      Button 3: Lethal Grenade / Tomohawk (g)
      Button 4: Dual Weapons Rapid Fire

      Demolition: Full Auto
      Button 1: Fire (Left click)
      Button 2: Press/Release: Fire & Prone // Jump & Reload
      Button 3: Lethal Grenade / Tomahawk (g)
      Button 4: Press/Release: Prone & Plant/Defuse Bomb // Claymore & Stand

      Demolition: Semi Auto
      Button 1: Semi-Auto Rapid Fire
      Button 2: Press/Release: Fire & Prone // Jump & Reload
      Button 3: Lethal Grenade / Tomahawk (g)
      Button 4: Press/Release: Prone & Plant/Defuse Bomb // Claymore & Stand

      All Around
      Button 1: Fire (Left click)
      Button 2: Semi-Auto Rapid Fire
      Button 3: Lethal Grenade / Tomahawk (g)
      Button 4: Dual Weapons Rapid Fire

      • WJJ
        June 20, 2011

        Thanks Steve…. :-}

        • Steve
          July 11, 2011

          Walter, did you have any trouble getting anything working? shoot us an email at office@goodworksystems.com if you did

  9. Aaron
    June 19, 2011

    completely unrelated post, but I just ordered one of these (Fragpedal Quad) and am looking forward to stomping some 12 year olds into the ground when I play BF:BC next time :o)

    • Steve
      June 28, 2011

      Sweet, Aaron! When you get your Fragpedal, see if you can come up with some more macros for Black Ops. If you’re having any difficulty, shoot us an e-mail at info@goodworksystems.com

  10. Tim
    June 23, 2011

    Wow! Nice work Kimo! I really like the timed press for suit modes. What a pain it can be switching between modes. Your “Stealth Shot” sounds cool too. I only played the demo of Crysis 2 but I think I might give it a try with some of your macros. Thanks!

  11. Steve
    June 25, 2011

    Great job, greg! What’s the coolest thing you’ve ever made in Minecraft?

  12. Kimo
    June 27, 2011

    Thanks Tim!
    The stealth shot works best when you are sniping from a distance. You don’t lose suit power very fast when you stay still, then when you fire the shot you are only visible for such a short amount of time it makes it extremely difficult to be found.

  13. Joe Mercutio
    July 5, 2011

    Yeah, I hear it’s bad, but I still want to play it. I havta. And I want to see all that bad taste stuff, run and gun is fun once in a while.

  14. Ricky M.
    July 5, 2011

    I totally like that crouch toggle, especially if you can do that with your feet.

  15. Greg
    July 6, 2011

    The most unique thing I’ve made is a ladder that’s surrounded by lava so you’re surrounded when you go down. I think it looks pretty sweet 🙂

  16. Steve
    July 11, 2011

    Hey, this looks great! Good job, Oyvind

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  24. danny
    July 30, 2011

    i got the fragpedal & the mouse setup when it first came out i think, anyway i seemed to do fine with the pedal but had trouble with mouse it was me not the mouse i ended up with the pedal & a trackball setup & i do fair but i’m with Aron the kids will kill ya if not on your toes.so i was on line & ended up at GWS & bought the newer stuff all over again. i still have the mouse pads from before (still like new) i also play black opps just got it from STEAM a little fast paced for me but i’m still trying or is that crying. HA HA

  25. angelwings
    August 19, 2011

    interesting! nice graphics