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How do I create Custom Keybinding using user.cfg for Orcs Must Die!?

Instructions for setting custom keybinding with user.cfg
 
  • If you have already setup a user.cfg file, navigate to where it is on your computer and skip to step 3. If you haven't setup a user.cfg file yet, then proceed to step 2.
  • Navigate to D:\Games\Steam\steamapps\common\orcs must die!\data\startup\ (or wherever your Steam files are located) and create a text file called user.cfg
  • Edit user.cfg and paste in the relevant information below to setup your keys:
 
Sample Key Bindings are listed below. Uncomment and remap to your liking. (To uncomment, delete the // marks at the beginning of each line). Only the commands listed below support key remappings.


//KeyBinding_Forward="w"
//KeyBinding_Backward="s"
//KeyBinding_Left="a"
//KeyBinding_Right="d"
//KeyBinding_Run="lshift"
//KeyBinding_Jump="space"
//KeyBinding_Go="g"
//KeyBinding_Book="b"
//KeyBinding_Weavers="v"
//KeyBinding_Map="m"
//KeyBinding_Bloodmap="l"
//KeyBinding_SellTrap="e"
//KeyBinding_RotateTrap="r"
//KeyBinding_ActionBar_1="1"
//KeyBinding_ActionBar_2="2"
//KeyBinding_ActionBar_3="-"
//KeyBinding_ActionBar_4="4"
//KeyBinding_ActionBar_5="5"
//KeyBinding_ActionBar_6="6"
//KeyBinding_ActionBar_7="7"
//KeyBinding_ActionBar_8="8"
//KeyBinding_ActionBar_9="9"
//KeyBinding_ActionBar_0="0"
 
// The following list is a complete list of valid keys that can be used for remapping
//
// Abbrevation Key(s)
//------------  --------------
// a - z letters
// 0 - 9 numerals
// , comma
// . period
// - minus
// ~ tilde
// ins INS
// del DEL
// home HOME
// end END
// pgup PGUP
// pgdn PGDN
// up up arrow
// down down arrow
// left left arrow
// right right arrow
// space space bar
// lshift left shift (single key mapping only - not to be used as a modifier)
// rshift right shift (single key mapping only - not to be used as a modifier)
// kp_slash Keypad /
// kp_mul Keypad *
// kp_minus Keypad -
// kp_plus Keypad plus
// kp_enter Keypad enter
// kp_period Keypad period
// kp_0 Keypad 0
// kp_1 Keypad 1
// kp_2 Keypad 2
// kp_3 Keypad 3
// kp_4 Keypad 4
// kp_5 Keypad 5
// kp_6 Keypad 6
// kp_7 Keypad 7
// kp_8 Keypad 8
// kp_9 Keypad 9
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