I have downloaded the trainer customizer and launched it. For the first time it was good and worked flawlessly. But today I ran it again and it just stucks with showing "255" and not responding to close command. I have to end the process through the task manager.
The previous and next buttons works but I have to press them a lot. It looks like I have a key left pressing but actually it is not. The number 255 just flashes...
I'm having the same exact problem. Is there anyway someone could post the syntax for the keystrokes so I could make the key customization file manually? Is it using some kind of special character system for the keys, or is it just using key interrupt numbers like what you'd get with a sync state check on the keyboard?
I wouldn't honestly care except I'm trying to use a trainer on a laptop without a num pad, and I don't have any spare keyboards lying around.
I'm running Windows 7 Professional
EDIT: Actually I went and looked at it again, and is there a reason the loop that's checking the key never stops running? If you hold down a key, every once in a while the 255 will change to a different number, but then it jumps back to 255 and continues flashing 255, and generally it takes repeated mouse clicks to get any of the buttons on the form to acknowledge that you've clicked them. Either something in the OS switch broke this program or it is VERY sloppily coded. Why not have a button to START the key check and stop it when it detects a press, instead of this ghetto brute force method that apparently doesn't work (at least in our cases).
many things can cause a key to be 'stuck'. the program doesn't do anything fancy... it just reads when keys are pressed down. so something is sending a signal from your keyboard. this usually happens when people are mashing SHIFT and CTRL and other keys simultaneously. at any rate, the keyboard is sending signal 255 to the winapi that reads the keycodes. why? it could be one of many things, but in some cases to 'reset' the cache you have to reboot your computer. for some people a piece of dust on the copper pad gets mashed into it, etc.. or there is an interference with another program that is catching the keys as well ,etc. i could take over the entire keyboard routines but why would i do that with such a simple 'ghetto' keys customizer program? we aren't controlling characters in a twitch FPS game.