Holding down a button (reload) to disable Easy Sprint?

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Re: Holding down a button (reload) to disable Easy Sprint?

Postby pablosscripts » Wed Feb 03, 2016 9:53 am

bonefisher wrote:So if you didn't even had it mapped try mine again and if that doesn't work try his with maintain sprint on.



Yeah I tried mapping it then all 3 scripts. Then I tried doing it all again with Maintain Sprint turned on. I think I've experimented with every combination!
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Re: Holding down a button (reload) to disable Easy Sprint?

Postby bonefisher » Wed Feb 03, 2016 9:58 am

I think still there is something in the XIM settings. All by itself with maintain sprint off without titan can you sprint ?
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Re: Holding down a button (reload) to disable Easy Sprint?

Postby pablosscripts » Wed Feb 03, 2016 10:13 am

Yup when I unplugged the Titan and sprint works fine. My normal Easy Sprint script also works fine too. I also tried creating a new XIM profile with every button mapped to its regular default place but no luck either.
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Re: Holding down a button (reload) to disable Easy Sprint?

Postby bonefisher » Wed Feb 03, 2016 10:17 am

pablogroup wrote:Yup when I unplugged the Titan and sprint works fine. My normal Easy Sprint script also works fine too. I also tried creating a new XIM profile with every button mapped to its regular default place but no luck either.
What is your normal script for titan or a macro on the pc?
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Re: Holding down a button (reload) to disable Easy Sprint?

Postby pablosscripts » Wed Feb 03, 2016 10:18 am

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define ADS_BUTTON = PS4_R2;
define SPRINT_BUTTON = PS4_L3;
define MOV_Y_AXIS = PS4_LY;

main {
if(!get_val(ADS_BUTTON)) {
if(get_val(MOV_Y_AXIS) < -97) {
combo_run(EasySprint);
}
}
}

combo EasySprint {
set_val(SPRINT_BUTTON, 100);
wait(40); wait(40);
}
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Re: Holding down a button (reload) to disable Easy Sprint?

Postby bonefisher » Wed Feb 03, 2016 10:27 am

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define ADS_BUTTON = PS4_R2;
define SPRINT_BUTTON = PS4_L3;
define MOV_Y_AXIS = PS4_LY;

main {
if(!get_val(ADS_BUTTON)) {
if(get_val(MOV_Y_AXIS) < -97) {
combo_run(EasySprint);
}
}
if(event_press(PS4_SHARE)) {
combo_stop(EasySprint);
}
}

combo EasySprint {
set_val(SPRINT_BUTTON, 100);
wait(20); wait(4000);
}

Try this!
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Re: Holding down a button (reload) to disable Easy Sprint?

Postby pablosscripts » Wed Feb 03, 2016 10:50 am

Ok Easy Sprint works again, but the hold reload to stop sprinting doesn't! We're back to square one:(
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Re: Holding down a button (reload) to disable Easy Sprint?

Postby bonefisher » Wed Feb 03, 2016 10:53 am

Ok! I have to go for now mite have to look at your controller settings some how.
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Re: Holding down a button (reload) to disable Easy Sprint?

Postby pablosscripts » Wed Feb 03, 2016 10:55 am

bonefisher wrote:Ok! I have to go for now mite have to look at your controller settings some how.


Alright, appreciate your help either way. Thanks so much
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Re: Holding down a button (reload) to disable Easy Sprint?

Postby pablosscripts » Wed Feb 03, 2016 12:24 pm

OH MY GOD, I got it to work, and it doesn't even make sense.

So I had given up and reverted back to J2Kbr's original script which was good but only worked if you pressed reload before you began sprinting.

I thought I might as well take the moment to integrate the hair-trigger script from here:

viewtopic.php?f=9&t=3099

And...that did the trick. It makes no sense but it works now, I can't believe it. Here's the code:

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define ADS_BUTTON = PS4_R2;
define SPRINT_BUTTON = PS4_L3;
define MOV_Y_AXIS = PS4_LY;
define RELOAD_BUTTON = XB1_X;

int sprinting = FALSE;

main {
    if(!get_val(ADS_BUTTON) && !get_val(RELOAD_BUTTON)) {
        if(get_val(MOV_Y_AXIS) < -97) {
            sprinting = TRUE;
            combo_run(EasySprint);
        }
    } else {
        combo_stop(EasySprint);
        if(sprinting) combo_run(SprintCancel);
    }
    if(get_val(7) > 1) set_val(7, 100);
    if(get_val(4) > 1) set_val(4, 100);
}

combo EasySprint {
    set_val(SPRINT_BUTTON, 100);
    wait(40); wait(40);
}

combo SprintCancel {
    set_val(MOV_Y_AXIS, 0);
    sprinting = FALSE;
    wait(80);
}



I also reduced the delay from 400 to 10 because it created this weird jitter otherwise.

Also surprising is that it works regardless of whether Maintain Sprint is turned on or not.

I also created an alternate version for Rainbow Six Siege, swapping reload with weapon switching. This allows me to swap while pressing forward on the stick (you have to hold the switch weapon button though, you can't just tap it).

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define ADS_BUTTON = PS4_R2;
define SPRINT_BUTTON = PS4_L3;
define MOV_Y_AXIS = PS4_LY;
define SWITCH_BUTTON = XB1_Y;

int sprinting = FALSE;

main {
    if(!get_val(ADS_BUTTON) && !get_val(SWITCH_BUTTON)) {
        if(get_val(MOV_Y_AXIS) < -97) {
            sprinting = TRUE;
            combo_run(EasySprint);
        }
    } else {
        combo_stop(EasySprint);
        if(sprinting) combo_run(SprintCancel);
    }
    if(get_val(7) > 1) set_val(7, 100);
    if(get_val(4) > 1) set_val(4, 100);
}

combo EasySprint {
    set_val(SPRINT_BUTTON, 100);
    wait(40); wait(40);
}

combo SprintCancel {
    set_val(MOV_Y_AXIS, 0);
    sprinting = FALSE;
    wait(10);
}


Anyway thanks so much to the both of you for this. It's a bloody life saver.
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