gosoccerboy5

Of course you can always shift+click the green flag to enable turbo mode. However for games that require constant attention and that use mouse controls this can be infeasible because you'd have to actually move the mouse to enable turbo mode if you wanted, and that might ruin the gameplay.
I'm suggesting that you should be able to press something like control+shift or some other cool keyboard combo that enables turbo mode. Plus this could be a bit more convenient overall. It's kinda like pressing ctrl+c instead of ‘right-click, then select copy’.

Please give opinions and other suggestions down there!!!!

Vibrato

depends on the key shortcut you're using. Almost everything is taken up already by regular computer functions.

gosoccerboy5

Idk maybe like function+shift+t

Vibrato

gosoccerboy5 wrote:

Idk maybe like function+shift+t
Not all computers have a function key.

gosoccerboy5

Well, whatever floats your windows/chromebook boat

sportfan999

Hmm….
I'm quite content with Shift-clicking the green flag, thanks. Not that hard to do, and it's very simple.

-CloudGate-

press stop then do shift click

D-ScratchNinja

Like, maybe by tapping and holding on the green flag?

gosoccerboy5

-CloudGate- wrote:

press stop then do shift click
Unless you want to keep the game going..

MartianSoil

gosoccerboy5 wrote:

-CloudGate- wrote:

press stop then do shift click
Unless you want to keep the game going..
You can still shift click the green flag when the project is running.

gosoccerboy5

Yes, but with a game that requires constant mouse positioning, that might not be feasible

D-ScratchNinja

gosoccerboy5 wrote:

Yes, but with a game that requires constant mouse positioning, that might not be feasible
Do we ever really have to toggle turbo mode while actually playing a game though?

gosoccerboy5

D-ScratchNinja wrote:

gosoccerboy5 wrote:

Yes, but with a game that requires constant mouse positioning, that might not be feasible
Do we ever really have to toggle turbo mode while actually playing a game though?
I suppose you're right..