OS X CS:GO "command" + "left mouse click" causes "right mouse click" Whats wrong?

Discussion in 'Mac and PC Games' started by oeppel, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. oeppel macrumors newbie

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    Hey guys,

    I loved to play Counter Strike years ago. For a while I switched from Windows to Mac and now I want to play Counter Strike Global Offensive but I've got some problems with the assignment of keys.
    On windows I used "Alt" to "duck" und "Space" to "jump" and I want to do it on Mac the same way with spatial arrangement (sorry, I don't know the right word for that - hope you understand what I mean :D )
    command/duck and space/jump
    so I won't have any problems with conditioning new assignment of keys.
    But if I'm in the game and press first "command" to duck and second the left mouse button to "fire", CS:GO does a right mouse click instead a left one while ducking. Do you understand what I mean?

    In CS:GO it's: "Command" + "left mouse click" causes a "right mouse click".
    On Mac it's: "Control" + "left mouse click" for a "right mouse click"

    I also tested Counter Strike 1.6 and there's no problem with that...
    So the problem seems to be in CS:GO.

    Does anyone know what to do? I'm going crazy. I played Counter Strike for years with this assignment of keys and I'm getting sick while thinking of changing the assignment.

    For your information... I got an iMac mid 2010 with 10.8. Mountain Lion.

    Thanks a lot and kind regards from Germany.
    oeppel
     
  2. oeppel thread starter macrumors newbie

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  3. MrTammikuu macrumors newbie

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    Any solutions ?

    Hi,
    sorry to dig up, but i'm having the same trouble,
    Have you found any solution ?
     
  4. Washac macrumors 68020

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    Have you tried contacting where you purchased the game from ?
     
  5. DaveNinja macrumors 6502

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    I think you just can assign the command key to any action that you might need to click at the same time. I dont know if there is a system deep method of disabling "Command + left click = right click" or not.

    If you can use bootcamp to put a windows partition on your mac, its worth it if you play a lot of CS:GO since it seems to run way better in windows than on OsX
     
  6. Plutonius macrumors 603

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    What do you consider "way better" and what Mac are you running it on ?
     
  7. Exhale macrumors 6502

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    Games often link the CMD to the CTRL key. Sometimes this can be disabled in settings.
     
  8. DaveNinja macrumors 6502

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    I'm running CS:GO on a 2012 retina MacBook Pro (i5 chip, 650M gpu).
    I havent compared FPS between OSes but it seems way smoother on Windows 8.1. On OsX i would sometimes get terrain rendering problems, like the ground would disappear at certain angles. My friend who has a iMac (year or two old) played a bunch on OsX before switching over and mentioned getting better performance on the Windows side. He said there seemed to be a split second delay on the mac side vs the windows side, which usually resulted in your character getting shot before you shot your enemy.
     

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