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Easier replay navigation

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  • Easier replay navigation

    Dota 2 has the awesome ability to move freely to different points in a replay, but unfortunately the only way to do it is clicking a tiny bar which is very difficult or impossible to get accurate. It would be fantastic to have a button or a hotkey to move 10-15 seconds backwards to replay action, and maybe a way to enter a specific time to skip to.

    It would be great if this were implemented in time for the International, there are going to be a lot of people watching replays and I think this would make a big difference in viewer enjoyment. Thankyou.

  • #2

    Though, I am pretty sure Valve are aware of the (very) limited features of the replay-player. This is probably in their pipeline!


    • #3
      Bump, I really want this in the game. It would make the International so much more awesome to watch :3


      • #4
        you can use demo_goto command in console
        I believe you can feed it: (where x is a number)
        "x": the framenumber it has to jump to (30 frames in a second)
        "xs": the seconds you want to jump to
        "xm": the minutes you want to jump to


        • #5
          Well, since there is a console command for skipping, there will be some kind of button in the future

          I apologize for the little (or big) english mistakes, learn a different language is not easy....
          I'm fluent in Portuguese and Japanese, btw

          Hey, you! Yes, you there, american. You're not better than anyone, we're not better than anyone. Stop being a xenophobe and quit using people's nation as an excuse to lose.