Key Configuration



After having pressed the Misc. Settings button at the bottom of the program, left click on the words Key Configuration located on the left side of the program, as seen here:



Having done so, you should see a list of options that look like the following:



All of the key settings are pretty much self-explanatory. Rotate Piece Right allows you to set the key control you wish to use to rotate the current falling piece clockwise, Rotate Piece Left allows you to set the key control you wish to use to rotate the current falling piece counter-clockwise, and so forth. To change a key setting, just left click on the white box to the right of the text representing the key control you wish to change. Then press the new key you wish to use for that control.

The
Extended Key Sensitivity option allows you to improve the sensitivity of your keyboard input. To disable, simply choose "Simple" from the drop down box, and move the slider all the way to the left.

In
Simple mode, the lower the slider is, the less sensitive the keyboard input is. The higher the slider is to the right, the more sensitive the keyboard input is.

Choosing
Advanced mode from the Extended Key Sensitivity drop down list will give you even greater sensitivity control, however you may have a bit of difficulty fine tuning the settings.
When you select "Advanced" you should see two sliders that look like this:



The first slider lets you control how long a delay, measured in milliseconds, there should be before keys should start being repeated when keys are held down.

The second slider lets you control the delay, once the previous delay condition has been met, between successive repetitions of a key when held down.


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