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    Senior Member Compassghost's Avatar
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    Esdf?!

    I never knew about this...

    http://use-esdf.org/

    WHAT MAGIC IS THIS?

    I am tempted to swap off WASD right now!

    Discuss the powers that be for WASD vs ESDF <_<

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    Seems like your pinkie (used for important FPS buttons like Shift, Ctrl and Tab) is stretched further than on a standard WASD.
    Dunno, yes you get more buttons but WASD seems more comfortable in the long run.

    ...Maybe I just have tiny baby hands. =(


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    I really don't think a little shift like this makes much of a diff as long as one gets used to it.
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    I can see the validity to it, but I'm so used to wsad now that I could never change. Ever.

    Also, that Green on black font they're using is destroying my eyes. Therefore it is really hard to take the site seriously lol.
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    This might be better for left handed gamers?, but imho wasd is the original?.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuZZ33 View Post
    This might be better for left handed gamers?, but imho wasd is the original?.
    Arrow keys were the original control scheme for PC games. I still use 'em to this day.
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