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Key combinations vs tray locations - MichaelGill - 05-17-2018

I was wondering if any one has a chart that shows the skills tray in its entirety with all the key combinations associated with each tray location? I am trying to refine my programmable mouse to use my skills with more control.


RE: Key combinations vs tray locations - Attilio - 05-17-2018

I'm pretty sure it says it on the tray in game.

Row 1 is keys 1-0.
Row 2 is Ctrl + keys 1-0.
Row 3 is Alt + keys 1-0.
I think Row 4 is Shift + keys 1-0.


RE: Key combinations vs tray locations - MichaelGill - 05-17-2018

This corroborates info I found else where. Thanks for the verify. Now if I can just make it work the way I want it will all be good.


RE: Key combinations vs tray locations - Trudard - 05-17-2018

You can also bring up the keyboard map in hud settings for both ground and space


RE: Key combinations vs tray locations - coolkirk1701 - 05-23-2018

It is possible to make the skill buttons anything you want, via the key binds section of the options menu.


RE: Key combinations vs tray locations - MichaelGill - 05-29-2018

I did get all the key mapping linked to my mouse and everything is working great. But through the process I discovered another issue that has grabbed my curiosity. When you have items in your tray you can drag and drop to replace them with a different skill but is there any way to empty a skill slot? On different builds I have not all of the slots I have mapped will have a necessary skill to fill it. I usually just place a duplicate of a preceding skill just to fill the slot. It would be nice if I could just leave it empty.


RE: Key combinations vs tray locations - Attilio - 05-29-2018

Right click and hold the ability then drag outside of the tray and release


RE: Key combinations vs tray locations - MichaelGill - 05-29-2018

Cool. I will give that a try tonight. Thanks.