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Jellydonut78

Macro Keys

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I have a Logitech G910 and G600 with programmable G-Keys. Is it allowed to set up macros on these keys to type things in chat such as

"*Pulls a long needle from vest*"

"*Starts to move forward with needle in hand*"

"*Attempts to stab needle into mans neck*"

"*Gives man small sedative*"

I'm not sure if this is allowed or not as people might need to take time to type. This makes sense in my opinion as long as the imitator with the macros allows proper time for a response and reaction from the other person.

Putting a macro to phrases you type very often could also be helpful and save time. It would also make for a better role-play if you use a microphone and are able to keep talking while putting things in the chat like:

"*Lights Cigarette*"

"*Takes long draw on cigarette*"

Is this allowed?

Thanks,

-Jellydonut78

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Yes that is indeed allowed but keep in mind not to spam one after another immediately.Just wait about 2,3 seconds after texting one so that the other person has time to read and maybe react accordingly.

Do you have any other questions ?

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Wow, thanks for the quick reply.

This is what I was hoping for, thank you. That was my only question, feel free to mark as solved

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Marking this as //solved then.

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Othuyeg    20

Actually, one thing that has been seen as a rulebreach in the past was macro initiations. Also, I would highly question the legitimity of hostile actions in general through macros. (Emoting hostile actions)

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