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Added Ctrl+Shift+H shortcut, anyone know any others?
- I think Ctrl+Shift+print screen does the same thing, but without taking the interface off "permanantly", just for that one screenshot instead
- There's ctrl+shift+interact, that tells others that you're targeting, instead of attacking. Very useful when you don't want to accidently aggro monsters telling your teammates what you're looking at.
This is only valid if you have a english/american keyboard layout. For example target closest item is for me (with a Swedish layout) 'ö' and I open the chat with '§' due to buttons moving around. I don't know if it's anything to comment on on the page though. --Winterbay 08:26, 13 February 2008 (UTC)
Noticed that tab toggles this between the Frame Time (not actual FPS, but MS to render a frame) and network traffic (Read: bandwith). Shame it doesn't track ping rate. Yamagawa 01:46, 15 October 2008 (UTC)
Shift Keys Bug[edit source]
This is not a Guildwars specific bug. What happens is the computer THINKS you are holding down a key that you are not actually holding down, and it can happen with other keys, although I've seen it most common with the modifier keys (ctrl, shift, or alt). What happens is the code sent by the keyboard to signal the key has been let up is either not sent or not processed. Whatever the cause, until that code IS properly processed the computer will think that you are still holding down the key in question, so it takes pressing and releasing the glitched key. (And don't get me started on the Windows-CE Shift-Key bug...) Yamagawa 06:49, 15 October 2008 (UTC)
- This usually occurs when you excessively press/hold a button, or press too many buttons in quick succession when experiencing a low framerate (note that ping has nothing to do with it). --- -- (s)talkpage 09:28, 15 October 2008 (UTC)