To create a double command for a game, follow these steps...
From the Controller Configurations window, move the mouse over any of
the button assignment labels then click the left mouse button. The assignment popup menu will appear, containing a list of all the
currently existing commands, cycle commands, and double commands. Click the 'Edit Double Commands...' item from the popup menu to display the
Edit Double Commands window.
Press the 'New' button to add a new double command to the list. You will see the 'New Double Command' item has been added.
Modify the name of the new double command to describe the action it will perform (such as 'Reload/Action' or 'Menu 1/Menu 2').
If you have not already created all of the standard commands that you will need to create the double command, you can modify the
standard commands now by pressing the 'Commands...' button to display the Edit Commands window.
Once you have all of the commands that you need for the double command, proceed to the next step.
Use the option selectors to choose a 'Press/Hold' type of double command. This means that the first command will fire when the assigned
button is pressed and quickly released. The second command will fire only if the button is held down long enough to cross the set threshold
Click the first assignment label to display the assignment popup menu for the 'press button' action. Select the command that you would like to be fired
when the double comand is pressed and quickly released. For example, you may choose 'Reload' for this assignment.
Then click the second assignment label to display the assignment popup menu for the 'hold button' action. Select the command that you would like to be fired
when the double comand is pressed and held down. For example, you may choose 'Use/Action' for this assignment.
Now you can use any of the buttons on your controller to test fire the double command. You can use the 'threshold slider' to adjust the amount of time
the button has to be held for the 'hold button' command to fire.
Press the 'OK' button to close the Edit Double Commands window. The new double command is now ready and can now be used in your configurations.