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Frustration . . . Hmmmm?

Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by JDaremo Fireheart, Sep 28, 2017.

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  1. JDaremo Fireheart Trainee Engineer

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    Been searching all over to find out how to open the Debug Menu in Creative.
    Some say Shift + F12, Others it's Alt+F12, still others it's Shift+Alt+F12
    None have worked and a google search is pointless because I couldn't find anything newer than a year ago. . . and Yes, I checked the WIKI but couldn't find anything there either.
    Oh, and another said it was Alt+F4 . . . LOL, trolls . . .
     
  2. Forcedminer Senior Engineer

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    any chance you're using a keyboard/laptop that has the Fn key?

    my last laptop i had to press Fn + f12 + shift i think

    I do believe its shift + f12
    since shift + f10 opens the menu for item spawning.

    [also im literally watching red dwarf on netflix when i saw your avatar]
     
  3. FoolishOwl Junior Engineer

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  4. Forcedminer Senior Engineer

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    what the hell? :/
    why?
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    thats like giving a sniper to a person with short sight then breaking his glasses!
    what a terrible thing to do to a game in development.
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    to hell with people crashing their games by messing with sliders...its called debug for a reason...not a fun toy to slide until it breaks then whine...I used to always use that to switch into survival
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    and to also disable some atmospheric effects when i was on my older laptop.
     
  5. Malware Master Engineer

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    Because it was never supposed to have been made public in the first place.
     
  6. FoolishOwl Junior Engineer

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    I didn't even know it had existed until I read the feedback item about it being disabled, so I don't know how useful it was.

    I'm generally of the opinion that, on the one hand, all the tools should be available, but I can understand putting some of them a bit out of sight so novices don't break things in incomprehensible ways just by exploring the Settings menu.
     
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