Two fingers doesn't mean twice the workload, if alternating sliders only feels more natural to you just do so, but it's absolutely not a bad habit in any case
KukiMonster wrote:I'm sorry if I offended others with that poorly thought out comment. I only meant that this applied to myself as my own personal bad habit. Alternating takes far too long to develop accuracy for me, maybe two fingers means twice the workload I dunno. Anyway I've been practising a great deal of single tapping and now my middle finger is more accurate and faster than my index. This probably would've taken me longer if I were still alternating.
Really, just do what's more natural to you, don't force yourself to singletap if it makes you play worse lol
As I said it doesn't matter the way you play the game, the only thing that matters is how comfortable you are with your playstyle
Riince wrote:just try to kick the bad habit Kuki. he thought you meant it was a bad habit in all circumstances [like when he replied to me] rather than yours specifically. Rather silly knee jerk on his part but we'll forgive it.
The guy has issues singletapping sliders, it's obvious it's not natural for him. In no cases alternating is a bad habit. Even if you mix singletapping with alternating at random places, as long as it's natural/comfortable there are no issue with it.
KukiMonster wrote:I have to focus really hard to single tap sliders and even then my accuracy actually decreases and I tend to break. Seems I will forever be stuck with alternating them. Is this weird?
What the fuck.