There are a variety of game commands you may type while in Battle.net chat or in the game. All commands are typed at the very start of the prompt, preceded by a slash. Use control+C and control+V to copy and paste messages while in chat. More text manipulation shortcuts are listed further down this page.
A handy shortcut is to use the number of someone on your friends, after the % key, instead of typing their name. For instance, /f %7 will send a message to the 7th person on your friends list. Or /f p %5 will promote the fifth person on your user list (to the 4th spot, unless you specify a number).
A shortcut for repeating commands in game is to hit enter to open the chat box, and then use the up/down arrows to cycle through commands you sent out previously in that game. You can resend the same ones, or backspace to delete portions.
These are commands that change some basic functions of the game. They must be in place when the program starts up. To enable these, go to the shortcut you use to start up Diablo II, right click, select properties, and view the target field. The default installation yields this:
These commands change some functions of the game, they must be present when the program starts up. To enable them, right click on the Diablo II shortcut and choose Properties. In the target box after the last quotation, press the space bar once and type in the command lines below. Multiple commands can be issued, divided by a space between.
Right-click the Diablo II shortcut on your desktop and choose Properties. After the last quotation mark in the target field, press the space bar once and type in the command lines below:
Camera Turn consists of two commands that allow you to rotate your camera by 45% degrees,something that is not that useful while playing but can be great for taking screenshots,casting games, or recording videos. You can use this feature not only while playing the game,but also while being an Observer in a Custom Game or while watching Replays.
For a list of the keyboard shortcuts you can use in Windows, refer to Keyboard shortcuts in Windows. For a list of keyboard shortcuts in Windows apps, refer to Keyboard shortcuts in apps. For a list of keyboard shortcuts in other Windows assistive technologies, refer to Windows keyboard shortcuts for accessibility.
Note: Your keyboard will default to the Standard layout. If you want to change this, go to Settings > Ease of Access > Narrator, and choose the Legacy layout. You can also get to your Narrator settings by pressing Windows logo key + Ctrl + N. New Narrator commands will not be available in the Legacy keyboard layout if keystrokes for legacy commands conflict with those used in new Narrator features.Open Narrator settings
You can also use shortcuts for direct access to a folder or a website.Folder:F:\CriticalFiles\MS_InternetAccessInternet:"C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe" " "I use quotes around both arguments.I am using these because Win10 seems to lose the start menu from time to time.
If you run Windows on your Mac with Parallels Desktop for Mac, you can configure your keyboard shortcuts the way you want to work, with either macOS or Windows shortcuts. Click here for more information on how to set the different shortcuts.
input (optional): The initial input into the shortcut. There are two input options: a text string or the word clipboard. When the input value is a text string, that text is used. When the input value is clipboard, the contents of the Clipboard are used.
To turn on Sticky Mode and avoid pressing the Search key or Launcher key for each shortcut, quickly press the Search or Launcher key twice. You'll know it's on when you hear "Sticky Mode enabled." It will stay on until you press it twice again.
Terran players who have assigned all of their orbital commands to the same control group can pick one of their bases and call in all of their MULES to appear and work at a single location. Or, they can fire off several scanner sweeps in rapid succession.
I am using Ubuntu Gnome and Diablo 2 works ok with Wine. How do I add shortcut options to the game? I want the -skiptobnet and -w for windowed mode.Path is ~/.wine/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/Diablo II/Game.exe.
Command line arguments are extra commands you can use when launching a program so that the program's functionality will change. Depending on the program, these arguments can be used to add more features that includes specifying a file that output should be logged to, specifying a default document to launch, or to enable features that may be a bit buggy for normal use.
In order to understand what a command line argument is, we should show an example of how a program is normally launched. In Windows, when you start a program by clicking on it's icon, or shortcut, it simply runs an executable and the program runs with whatever default settings are programmed into it. For example, the C:\Windows\system32\notepad.exe program is the Windows Notepad. To launch it, you would simply type notepad into the search field and press enter or click on its icon. All this does is start the Notepad.exe program as shown by the Target field in the shortcut properties below. Note, in the shortcut Target field below, %windir% means the folder Windows is installed into, which is usually C:\Windows on most PCs.
Now, just because they are called command line arguments does not mean they can only be used from a console. For example, in Windows you can modify a shortcut so that it permanently uses a particular argument in order to perform a certain behavior every time you launch the program from the icon.
Let's use the above Notepad shortcut as an example. In the shortcut properties, the program that will be executed is listed in the Target field. Now let's say that we wanted to have Notepad automatically open a particular file every time it launches. To do this, we would add the name of the file to be opened as an argument to Notepad. We do this by adding the document name, which in this case is C:\mynotes.txt, after notepad.exe in the Target field as shown below.
Most people will use their computer and never use a command line argument at all. On the other hand, power users, programmers, and IT professionals may use them on a daily basis. For example, when I use the computer I always have a Windows Command Prompt open simply because I find it faster and easier to type in certain commands than to do it via the Windows graphical user interface.
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