How to implement modifiers to your controller settings?
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    Default How to implement modifiers to your controller settings?

    How do you guys use modifiers? I haven't really messed with them and still don't really understand them. Ant help, advice and examples would be appreciated.

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    use them to double the amount of controls

    simple example .... say you have a controller with 5 buttons. You coauld have either 5 functions mapped ( one to each button ) or you could have eight different functions by having a shift button, so that when you hold shift and press a button it would have a different function than if you just pressed the button on its own without the shift button. Giving you 8 different functions from 5 buttons.
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    MisterMoleyMole, in yr example: wouldn't you have 9? never mined [shift] is always [shift] haha man im tired
    Last edited by LiveFastStephen; 11-22-2009 at 07:23 PM.

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    I have one button to toggle between decks A/B and C/D, Using Ean's modifier toggle trick.
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    I still cant get a hang of how to make a modifier togglable, do you have a link to eans modifier toggle trick :P?

    Nvm, found it http://www.djtechtools.com/2009/03/2...ini-modifiers/
    Last edited by quuz; 11-23-2009 at 10:34 AM.

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