I amCannonBallGuy wrote:Enjoy noobuntu.
Now that sounds good! 2.2 seems very far away...2.2 will have an option to hide the mouse when you spawn. If you bump the mouse it will re-appear till you spawn again, for users who use keyboard
I never liked SUSE. I tried SLED 10 RC3 for a couple weeks but never got into it. Ubuntu is a nice starting point for me. I spend a lot of time in the console and learning how Debian does things. I have been thinking about going straight Debian or maybe Gentoo when I learn enough not to nuke it. I've managed not to nuke Ubuntu so far, despite all the things I've done to it...First, get Suse. Second burn your System 7 alive. System 7 is so old I would give you my Mac os 9 CD just to get rid of it... (/me is kidding)
I would love to have the script, but isn't AutoHotKey Windows only?No it wouldn't. There is no way to use it for gain. I have AutoHotKey and I can make you a script to do it easy (I run a script in the background to correct common mispellings in bzflag... like "teh")
if you want the script just PM me.
The way I was thinking of doing it was using a program I found called movemouse and using xbindkeys to run that everytime the fire button is pressed. I think the only thing I have to figure out now is how to unbind the key automatically when bzflag exits.