Suggestion: Allow command to be used in shop

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MetalLight

Junior Member

05-08-2013

Since the LoL mac client has been released (both in public beta and pbe), I've found myself wanting to be able to use command + L or command + enter to search the store instead of ctrl. While I've made due, this is a feature I'd really love to see implemented.


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Brentmeister

Associate Software Engineer

05-09-2013
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Currently those keys can't be rebound.

This isn't a great solution but you could:
1) Go to your Macbook's preferences and swap the Control/Command keys.
2) Rebind all the Old control keybinds to command.

This should give you what you want. Voila!


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Ulevo

Senior Member

05-09-2013

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Originally Posted by RiotBrentmeister View Post
Currently those keys can't be rebound.

This isn't a great solution but you could:
1) Go to your Macbook's preferences and swap the Control/Command keys.
2) Rebind all the Old control keybinds to command.

This should give you what you want. Voila!
RiotBrentmeister, is there anyway to accomplish this in Windows? I am using Bootcamp with a Mac keyboard, and I prefer to use the Windows client. I want to use the Windows/Command Key for specific functions, but if I remap it it doesn't recognize it in the LoL client. Could you help me or give some solutions?


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Dataslave

Adjudicator

05-09-2013

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Originally Posted by Ulevo View Post
RiotBrentmeister, is there anyway to accomplish this in Windows? I am using Bootcamp with a Mac keyboard, and I prefer to use the Windows client. I want to use the Windows/Command Key for specific functions, but if I remap it it doesn't recognize it in the LoL client. Could you help me or give some solutions?
I've been using a variety of solutions over the years to remap the Mac keyboard Command key to Control when I boot into Windows. Mainly I do it so I don't have to re-learn my muscle memory for cut/copy/paste, but it comes in handy for a lot of other shortcuts as well. uawks is probably the easiest way to go about this.