I have Talk set to Enter and, it's a bit weird, but I have Inventory set to I. When I first played, I had a bit of difficulty remembering what key it was, so I changed it to something I'd remember. I could change it back, but frankly it's habit now.
All the others are set to default as they don't bother me at all the way they are. Even Q. (It's not hard to avoid hitting it, people!)
The Q on my home keyboard auto-presses in some programs. I've noticed it a lot more in GTA, where the radio suddenly comes on for no definable reason, but it's also happened in Minecraft so I remapped it elsewhere.
Very. But in my defense, I didn't come up with those movement keys, I've just been using them forever... (of course, that goes way back to the days (back in the mists of time) when we're just talking about keyboard controls, not keyboard/mouse combos )
But aside from being non-standard (in my world), WASD just seems really awkward - unless you use the "wrong" fingers on the keys, which would just make everything else weird...? Like, FDGS (or FRDG) seems like it would be a more comfortable arrangement for the right-handed folks...
(as far as other settings go, I only play single-player, so no opinions on the best chat key; I have accidentally hit "Q" on occaision (generally in an unexpected combat situation, when i'm going for the "1" (sword) and miss), never catastrophically but after this thread I think I may just change it to something out-of-the-way like "Z" to be safe. )
Ring finger on A, middle on W, pointer on D. You don't need to press forward and backward at the same time, so to go back just move your middle finger back in line with your other fingers, and its much more intuitive than having forward and backward be left and right of each other.
Also, pinky on shift and thumb on space. E is great for inventory because you can just reach up with your pointer instead of across the keyboard.
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