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HIGHLIGHT usable items toggle and AUTORUN toggle for Dragon Age 1 & 2.
Frogdice Games: Our Worlds, Your Imagination
The purposes of this mod are:
HIGHLIGHTING: Turns the tab key into a toggle for highlighting usable
objects in game all the time. Many people have to hold the button
down while running around, and this is a pain.
AUTORUN: Considering how much running around there is, it continues to
amaze me that Mass Effect and Dragon Age do not have an autorun
functionality. Well, now it does. If you set Numpad0 to the secondary
MOVE FORWARD key, you can then use it as an autorun. Hitting Numpad0,
W, or S, will toggle autorun off. If you would prefer a different
autorun key, simply edit the file and change Numpad0 to the key you
HOW TO USE:
1) There are three .exes to choose from. Only run one at a time.
autorun_tab_toggle.exe - Autorun and Tab Highlighting toggles.
autorun_toggle.exe - Autorun toggle only.
tab_toggle.exe - Tab Highlighting toggle only.
2) You can run the .exe before you load Dragon Age, during, whenever.
These are autohotkey scripts that should only have effect while the
Dragon Age 1/2 game window is active.
3) To shut it down, right click the [H] icon in your taskbar and exit.
WHAT IS THE AHK SUBDIRECTORY?
I included the raw .ahk files in case someone wants to make changes to the
autohotkey scripts. If you do this, you will need to download and install
the AutoHotKey program (http://www.autohotkey.com/). There is a great
community of support for the program.
I was inspired to write this mod by Fisknils's "Highlight Toggle using
AutoHotKey" mod. After using his mod, I went to AutoHotKey's site and
learned a bit more about their scripting language to simplify the tab
toggle, and to create the autorun toggle. Thanks Fisknils!