I know that no one reads these anymore, but hopefully someone can answer this:
I was practicing chun’s cl.rh sjc xx saii, trying both tiger knee motion and 450 methods; that is, ‘cl.rh, QCF, UF, QCF, kicks’, and ‘cl.rh, ccw 360 starting from D, QCF, kicks’. It seemed that when I missed and didn’t press kicks in time, for the 1st method, i would cancel the rh into a superjump forward, while for the 2nd, I would superjump back.
Why would the game register the 2nd method as a superjump back? Don’t I “hit” UF first in the motion?
Also, after some more testing, both methods work nicely (for me), and the SJ directions also seem to be consistent; is there any practical reason to SJC back as opposed to forward if rh gets blocked? I was thinking that near the corner, SJC forward could -> walljump, but SJC back could be safer?
Sorry if this was addressed in older threads.