Well, using the spacebar in this case is not a good idea. That' is of
course the fire key. Although, I love your suggestion to use the
escape key. I can always remap quit game to q. That might throw a few
people at first, but I can think of a number of games where q brings
up a quit prompt. Still I'll see what everyone else has to say first.


On 4/29/11, dark <d...@xgam.org> wrote:
> I'm less of a fan of shifting the ctrl modifyers, sinse we're generally used
> to them as function or control commands, ---- though I'm not %100 tied to
> this and could move over to using shift of course.
> Given the choice though I do have a miner preference for another key to
> interupt speech and cutscenes.
> i'd personally suggest either space bar or one of the f keys.
> i would suggest escape sinse it's often a common key for interupting
> document read or aborting other functions in a screen reader, but obviously
> that is used for exiting the game.
> That would be my preference, space bar or another f key for interupt rather
> than moving the ctrl modifyer, though if it gets done that way I'm not going
> to go ballistic.
> Beware the Grue!
> dark.

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