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Steam deck configurations

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by magickfart, Nov 13, 2022.

  1. magickfart

    magickfart Blue Snail

    Oct 24, 2022
    2:22 PM
    F/P Mage
    Hello all,

    For those of you who are playing ML on a steam deck, what are your favored configurations? I'm trying to set it up on my steam deck as well, but not sure what's the best configuration.
  2. AMoonlitRose

    AMoonlitRose Orange Mushroom

    Jun 15, 2020
    1:22 PM
    I was thinking of putting pictures of my configs on my guide, but I have the following:

    Movement on dpad.
    - Jump on A.
    - Basic attack on X.
    - Pick Up on B.
    - NPC chat on Y.
    - Keyboard config on Start.
    - Escape on Select.
    - Mouse on Right stick.
    - Left click on Right bumper.
    - Right click on left bumper.
    - Emote wheel on left stick.
    - Right trigger for main attacking skill.
    - Left trigger for movement skill or another attack.
    - Flex/Potions on R/L 4/5
    - Left touchpad configed as menu with quest log, world map, social menu, items, equipment, stats, skills, chair, mount, monster book.
    - Right touchpad configed as menu with buffs, buffing pots, pet/mount food.

    Most importantly, I have right stick click-in as a mode shift which toggles between a gaming layout and a typing layout which turns the touchpads into a split keyboard and the left stick into a number wheel. I also have some punctuation, enter, space, and shift in this mode too.

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