My keyboard does not have a Home Key

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1 year 5 months ago - 1 year 5 months ago #1 by Lunos
Hi. I'll keep this short, I'm using a low-end laptop whose keyboard doesn't have a Home key.
Without that, I can't bring up Reshade's menu. I tried Shift+F2 too, but it didn't do anything.

Is there a way to change this shortcut to something else?
Thanks for reading :)

EDIT: I forgot to mention, I found another post saying that one could change the keyboard shortcuts for Reshade by modifying a dxgi.ini file generated inside the game's folder, but the folder of the game I'm trying Reshade on (Tales of Symphonia) has no such file.

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1 year 5 months ago #2 by Daodan
I just checked the system requirements on steam and it seems like Tales of Symphonia is a DirectX 9 game.
In that case the config file is not named dxgi.ini but d3d9.ini.

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1 year 5 months ago - 1 year 5 months ago #3 by Lunos

Daodan wrote: I just checked the system requirements on steam and it seems like Tales of Symphonia is a DirectX 9 game.
In that case the config file is not named dxgi.ini but d3d9.ini.

There is a "d3d9.log", but nope, there isn't a file called "d3d9.ini" either, but yes, I did choose DX9 in Reshade's installer because just like you, I noticed that the Steam page for ToS stated that it used DirectX 9.

EDIT: I don't know if this is important enough to mention, but what I do have is a "ReShade.ini" file.
This is its content: pastebin.com/pCv66jPB

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1 year 5 months ago #4 by Daodan
Ah, sorry. Since ReShade 4 the config file is called ReShade.ini.
If you paste this into the file you should be able to open the menu with shift-f2:
[INPUT]
KeyScreenshot=44,0,0,0
InputProcessing=2
KeyWireframe=0,0,0,0
KeyEffects=0,0,0,0
KeyReload=0,0,0,0
KeyMenu=113,0,1,0

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1 year 5 months ago #5 by Lunos

Daodan wrote: Ah, sorry. Since ReShade 4 the config file is called ReShade.ini.
If you paste this into the file you should be able to open the menu with shift-f2:

[INPUT]
KeyScreenshot=44,0,0,0
InputProcessing=2
KeyWireframe=0,0,0,0
KeyEffects=0,0,0,0
KeyReload=0,0,0,0
KeyMenu=113,0,1,0

Thank you, this worked perfectly :)!

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