yes correct , this is graph showing distribution of the key sequence not a singlke event
basically you can read the first as : they guy hit 229 time 2 then 3 , those 2 keys are hit with a delay beetween 3ms and 14ms , this is short and pretty regular and could be done using a macro , but true questions are :
– in your game what use could be done of a rapid sequence of 2 then 3 ?
– why is there no 3 then 2 ?
– the screen shot seems to be a compilation from several logs
so please show me a single but complete log if you want my opinion !
If I understand my testing with MOSS right now then I actually have an explanation why I don’t have the 3-2 most of the time. MOSS captures 140ms of actions happening after the first click, right? What I’m doing is pressing 23 basically together with 2 different fingers with my hand slightly tilted towards 2 so it does the 2-3 probably 98% of the time. It never registers the 3 as the first click because there are spacings between me clicking the combo longer than 140ms. Could that be the reason why it’s displaying only 2 3? I am currently reproducing the files and I bet anyone else can do it aswell.