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FinalLight

Simple mode needs to be faster

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You want to get rid of Macro users, but simple mode is still way too slow.
Any plans on improving this in the future?

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How do you get rid of macro users, if you promote macroing? The idea is to not use any macro what so ever, not to provide best macro possible.

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Grimoir   

Simple mode is supposed to be a help if you need to press a lot of buttons. Its should not be as fast or the same as someone who actually presses them. Its not meant as a replacement for actual gameplay.

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8 hours ago, Grimoir said:

Simple mode is supposed to be a help if you need to press a lot of buttons. Its should not be as fast or the same as someone who actually presses them. Its not meant as a replacement for actual gameplay.

That is the issue; mashing the buttons isn’t as fast due to the crazy high input latency. 

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Wataru   

I think the game could give better visual and sound feedback to help people learn to ani-cancel. Maybe in a special dummy that shows a graph showing parts of a parse where you did and didn't or tells you to try faster/slower. Right now the F12 dummy is really...useless.

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Grimoir   
4 hours ago, KlausFlouride said:

That is the issue; mashing the buttons isn’t as fast due to the crazy high input latency. 

that input latency is what keeps it somewhat balanced between people with under 50 ms and people over 150ms.

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Elijah23   

You can asign RMB to a keyboar key and the make a macro that spams that key. It will make it faster.

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