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== '''Default Controls''' ==
 
== '''Default Controls''' ==
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By default, RoboCo has pre-set controls for Left and Right hand.
 
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The Right Hand uses I, K, J, L, U, and O.
 
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Revision as of 14:23, 25 September 2020


Default Controls

By default, RoboCo has pre-set controls for Left and Right hand.


The Left Hand uses W, S, A, D, E, and Q

The Right Hand uses I, K, J, L, U, and O.















Setting Custom Controls


Custom Controls - Step 1.png


Use this button to name your custom control scheme.






Custom Controls - Step 2.png


To map a custom key to a part function, click Add New.





Custom Controls - Step 3.png


First, select a part and the action you want that part to take. In this case, we’ve selected the DC motor and chosen Spin Forward as the action.






Custom Controls - Step 4.png

Clicking the Ellipses next to my new Action, you can now rename the action and map it to any key you want.