Vautour, on Feb 10 2013 - 13:15, said:
All you have to do is go to Windows and take the last one out after each game you want to keep since they are in chronological order.
My point wasn't that there wasn't a way to already track down your good games and keep them. My point was that it's a bit of a pain right now and I feel my solution would make it much easier.
Zickefoose, on Feb 10 2013 - 12:22, said:
But it wont happen. I dont get it, click after reload then? lol. Dont spaz click before reload is up. and if you seriously tell me " Because I can let go of the button when my reload ends!?"..... again, just click the button then. lol
To be honest with the way you've worded this I can't tell what you are trying to say. So I'll answer the next guys question and hopefully the clears things up for you too.
JerseyBouncer, on Feb 10 2013 - 15:07, said:
I voted No on 3 because there is no "I'm not sure " option. It may be a good idea, but I'd be concerned about hitting teammates during heavy action if you aren't careful. It's not a terrible idea however, I wouldn't syamp my feet and whine if it were implemented. I'd like it to be optional though, as I'd prefer not to lose it.
I like #1 especially. I keep recording off because 99.99% of my battles aren't worth saving for me, but every so often there is one that I do want to look back on.
Well if this helps, as far as I know all first person shooters use the method I was talking about and it works just fine. If you have a friendly near you or just don't have an enemy in your sights you simple don't hold down the mouse button. What I am proposing is that you may still click each time you want to shoot a single shot, but if you want to shoot multiple shots back to back you may simply hold down the button and it won't shoot faster, but will shoot right when you are reloaded. Also in rushed situations when you have already just clicked, but want your shot to fire off as quickly as possible you would be able press and hold down your mouse button and it would fire right as the ammo is loaded. I may go back to my original post and elaborate what I meant for number 3 because this one seams to be causing some confusion.