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: > [{quoted}](name=Get Ogre Here,realm=NA,application-id=ZGEFLEUQ,discussion-id=cgEOTfRE,comment-id=00080000,timestamp=2019-02-23T04:13:50.086+0000) > > Well i mean for people like me who aren't super toxic but definitely do not get helped by flame, if I was told something more positive/nice I'd be much more willing to comply and play better, if my team flames me they'll just make me angrier and lessen my chances of playing well. Exactly this for me as well. I have no problem with suggestions and constructive criticism, but when it devolves into flame well... I'm not the type to back down from a confrontation.
And I end up spending more time typing back and defending myself than bouncing back from a mistake. Flaming in my experience turns something that could be fixed into a game ruining, downward spiral. A sure way to earn a lose.
: Hello! Try navigating to your league of legends directory (in my case it's C:\LoL) and opening your input.ini file located at \LoL\Config. Press control+F and search "evtRadialEmoteInstantOpen" without quotes. The full line in your document should look like this "evtRadialEmoteInstantOpen=[t]" where t is your current keybinding to open emotes. If your line there looks incomplete change it to my example using a keybinding of your choosing. If that still doesn't work delete your input.ini file and your keybindings should reset to default.
My emote wheel has remained unbound now for about a month. I have done as you said. None of it works. evtRadialEmoteInstantOpen=[<Unbound>] I've edited the .ini and deleted it. As soon as I log in, the .ini returns to as above, even when it spawns a new file.. Not sure it matters. Right below this line is the push to talk key, bound to <t>
: Patch 8.24 Notes
No mention of the change in LP gains (now +12) v/ losses (now -21). Is it intentional? This brings to mind the old days of ranked hell, and the inability to climb efectively.


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