Firstly should have looked through the early pages. But any how since am in a nice mood cause of FREE Chocolate from work yesterday. YAY me!
Unlimited ammo was removed due to it breaking the game.
Conserve your ammo! Or just had millions of rounds to your character via console commands.
Have a nice day now.
You missed the point my friend, I know the difference between keyboard layouts.
I understand the basics of computer technology,
I see your English is not the best so I get how you misinterpreted my post.
What I don't understand is how a "programs" independent input of "." (e.g. in text based form) gets transformed into the corresponding button on the different layout. Unless the input is somehow not direct, or gets interpreted by the game through the keyboard layout.
[Edited by DaCrazyBeggar, 12/20/2015 7:39:16 PM]
Some programs don't work on the character bound to a key (i.e. they bypass the keyboard driver that maps physical keys to actual characters).
Many games do this, for instance, for performance reasons (it's quicker to react to the key itself than its character mapped by the OS, thus saving precious nanoseconds in your FPS of choice).
I haven't looked into the trainer's code (since it does what I want it to), but if that is the case, it might be injecting keycodes rather than keystrokes. Which implies that, if you are on a non-QWERTY layout, you don't get the expected character.