This might sound dumb for a user who plays this game actively for nearly half a year, but I have intense issue with accidental assist calls. I consider myself nearing the Intermediate range; starting to do resets and semi-reliably performing most of the combos I try. Only nearing Intermediate, though, because this is a big problem. Any time I'm in a 3v3 and have a chance to punish someone with a 60-hit combo or longer with the occasional reset, an assist comes out while I'm typing the first part of the combo. (Before launching.) Obviously, this completely ruins my ability to even "lose with style". Given my 150+ hours in this game, that's kind of embarrassing. Who decided the Assist command doesn't need key binding options? Because I think it does. I'm having to fight 1v3 or 2v3 in the meantime. However, this doesn't seem to be a common problem for most players, so I'm trying to figure out what I'm doing wrong first. Here's my budget fightin' setup for context: (In mobile/bandwidth friendly format.) I use an original S-type Xbox controller, USB modded and running through Ubuntu. (Linux on training wheels, I know, lol.) It's a solid controller and hasn't ever given me problems. No ghosting I can see, no fumbled inputs, etc. The d-pad is as good as it gets for an Xbox controller, and the triggers feel as good as new. I soldered the USB cable directly to its mobo, so it's not going anywhere like with a cheaply rigged home-made adapter. So if my setup isn't in question, how can I stop myself from accidentally hitting a punch and a kick button during a combo where the input buffer won't work against me? What worked for you, if you had a similar issue? Would replay files be more helpful? And why devs, why no key binding for assists. This is making me more salty than losing spectacularly ever will.