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    King of the Corgi Tribe Guinness's Avatar
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    I worked several games both ways, and decided disabling up to jump was for me. Much easier to time my jumps and more accurate when assigned to a button too, as I am no longer accidentally hitting jump at a bad time.
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    I was actually thinking about it earlier today. I'm used to using up to jump from the original. I'm gonna pull a Guinness and try it out the other way.

    EDIT: Although it definitely feels weird that it doesn't jump when I use the analog stick, I think its better I learn to play this way.

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    King of the Corgi Tribe Guinness's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skorp
    I was actually thinking about it earlier today. I'm used to using up to jump from the original. I'm gonna pull a Guinness and try it out the other way.

    EDIT: Although it definitely feels weird that it doesn't jump when I use the analog stick, I think its better I learn to play this way.
    It definitely takes a minute to get used to. After a day or two you won't even miss using up to jump. And as you said it's better in the long run. I also find that The Subspace Emissary feels much more natural playing this way too.
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    Been using the C buttons in 64, and X/Y buttons in Melee/Brawl to jump since I ever started playing.. I don't have it disabled, because there are still uses to it, and I never have problems otherwise =D
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    ^ up tilts are crazy easier with it switched off
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    Quote Originally Posted by Atomheart
    Does anyone actually have that option turned on, which allows you to jump by pressing up (or double tapping it or something) to jump? I see no advantage to it, and it seems that it'd make doing up attacks really difficult without jumping. I turned that off immediately.
    No point. I turned the option off in my controls, but it somehow turned back on while I was Brawling. I go back to controls and it states that Tap Jump is off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spiff-ssbb
    ^ up tilts are crazy easier with it switched off
    I have no problem regardless =) Probably because I've played Smash for almost 10 years (started playing the day the 64 version came out), so the muscle memory in my hands is pretty well established.
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    I hate when you accidently press the up button while pressing the Y button..you lose 1 of your 2 jumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AutumnWind
    I have no problem regardless =) Probably because I've played Smash for almost 10 years (started playing the day the 64 version came out), so the muscle memory in my hands is pretty well established.
    ahhaha thats cool man. for me it helps most when i'm playing lazy lol
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