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Question about solo stunning in the cj

Discussion in 'Lawbot HQ' started by Fishtacollahma, Nov 12, 2018.

  1. Fishtacollahma

    Fishtacollahma Also Know as Ricky Mcroll TTR Beta Tester

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    Should I use the mouse key or the delete key for when I stun in a line and run from first to last cog? Does it not matter?
     
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  2. Sanjaya

    Sanjaya spongeboy me bob TTR Beta Tester

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    some people can do it without Mouse Keys and some can't. i use a mixture of the both since i do a specific technique.

    you stun the cogs however it works best for you. there's really no right or wrong way if you're getting them all stunned.
     
  3. Trap

    Trap Mini Moderator Cast Member Mini Mod TTR Beta Tester

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    personally i use the delete key, up it's up to personal preference
     
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  4. twinkleberry

    twinkleberry Elite Toon ATTA Supporter TTR Beta Tester

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    personally, i use neither because my chromebook gives me no other option. (mine's shift?)

    it doesn't really matter what technique you use though, as long as it works for you. trial&error your practice.
     
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  5. Iced or Paladiknight

    Iced or Paladiknight Gag Trainer ATTA Supporter

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    i use mouse keys, its easier to have the evidence land on the cogs using it imo
     
  6. Float 'n' Soar

    Float 'n' Soar New Toon ATTA Supporter

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    I have trouble even trying to solo stun, only duo stuns work for me :/ Any advice?
     
  7. Sanjaya

    Sanjaya spongeboy me bob TTR Beta Tester

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    what technique are you doing? have you tried another one?
     
  8. Detrevni

    Detrevni Elite Toon ATTA Supporter TTR Beta Tester

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    I use the delete key personally because of the latency of a mouse click, given it's a small delay, but I can still detect it. As well as it takes longer for the mouse key to click then the delete key.
     
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  9. Teeth

    Teeth Elite Toon TTR Beta Tester

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    i don't think you guys understand what mousekeys means
     
  10. Whens Dinner

    Whens Dinner Elite Toon

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    In case someone reading this has no idea what mouse keys are... here is a brief rundown which should put you into the know.

    alt + shift + num lock will turn on mouse keys. You generally need a number pad on your keyboard to use it. On every computer with a number pad, it will make 2 a down arrow key, 4 a left arrow key, 6 a right arrow key, and 8 a up arrow key.
    These arrow keys will then allow you to move the mouse using the number pad. This is all well and good but absolutely not what anyone is doing in order to stun.

    The magical key is the 5 key, which becomes a mouse click.
    You place the mouse over the evidence button, and you press 5. This will always throw a piece of evidence at 0% power aka a "snipe" or a "line-drive" which is incredibly useful for hitting 9 and 10 cog solo stuns, and certainly makes 8 cog stunning easier too (with our without adding in some lob throws)

    Disclaimer 1: Some computers do not make the 5 key a mouse click (for example, my dell laptop thinks its to cool for a mouse click on the 5 key - I have not yet bothered to figure out if there is a way to fix that or not, as I don't play Toontown on my Dell very often - perhaps someone else can explain what to do in this scenario)

    Disclaimer 2: I currently know no way to turn on mouse keys on a keyboard without a number pad. This doesn't mean you can't, it just means I play on a computer with a number pad and have had no reason to see what happens if you don't have one.
     

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