Alt/option modifier key no longer working for keyboard shortcuts?

I can no longer activate mid-slot modules with the alt/option + function keys. They just activate the high slot (function key only) instead. When I tried to edit a shortcut and enter an alt/otpion + function key combo it only recognized the function key with no modifier.

This used to work so I’m wondering if it’s the client and others are having this issue or it’s something on my system that changed.

The Wine CCP-master which changed how the shortcuts for Mac worked and allowed those to function as they did has been removed as it was causing issues with other features.

The alternative is to get a mouse with two buttons and connect it to your Mac while playing EVE.

I have a 3 button mouse but I’m not sure I see how that helps. The problem is that the alt/option modifier key on the keyboard doesn’t work with the client at all and mouse buttons don’t work as modifier keys.

Any keyboard shortcuts that need the alt/option modifier can’t be used and if you try you get that key combination minus alt/option which is the wrong function if it’s defined at all. That renders the default keyboard shortcut set useless. It would have to be redone completely without using that modifier key.

Well a right click usually brings up the menu which you would be unable to access using a magic mouse, that’s what I was referring to, but I see your point regarding the modifier key, unfortunately I do not have a workaround for this at this time.

Playing on the Mac I’ve not had any issues as I usually do not use the modifier key for anything. Perhaps someone else has some ideas or a workaround for these issues.

Ok. I think I found the answer here: https://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=35351

This is the file: ~/Library/Application Support/Eve Online/p_drive/Local Settings/Application Data/CCP/EVE/SharedCache/wine/settings.reg

The contents looked like this:

REGEDIT4

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Mac Driver]
“RetinaMode”=“n”

I changed it to this:

REGEDIT4

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Mac Driver]
“RetinaMode”=“n”
“LeftOptionIsAlt”=“y”
“RightOptionIsAlt”=“y”
“LeftCommandIsCtrl”=“y”
“RightCommandIsCtrl”=“y”

Now the option/alt keys work as alt and presumably command also works as control. I had to lock the file though because the first time I tried it reverted to the original form. My guess is the launcher generates this file based on your settings but doesn’t know about these options. Locking a file the launcher is trying to write probably isn’t the best thing to do but it seems to work for now. A better solution is for the launcher to be able to select these options and generate the file correctly.