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Aapje

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#1 13 years ago

What the §§§§. highping4jg.gif No wonder I can't hit §§§§ with certain crosshairs, the only one you can trust is number 3. nowonder2ok.gif




Arolte

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#2 13 years ago

Wow, that sucks. That's a very good find if that's an authentic picture. Although I think it would be more convincing if you took a full screen snapshot and overlapped them together, so you know the centering is just right. I personally like to use the dot sight for my crosshair, so I'm curious as to whether I'm affected by this bug. Or is it just for the plus sign ones?

Also, if you're a Mac user like me, SoF 2 has two additional cvars that the PC version doesn't have: "in_mouseHighEndCutoff" and "in_mouseLowEndSlope". The default values of "in_mouseLowEndSlope" is set to 3.5, which causes the crosshairs to jump about 3.5 pixels at the slightest nudge of the mouse. So right out of the box, the settings for SoF don't allow you to move your crosshairs with pixel by pixel accuracy. As you can imagine, this makes long distance aiming with unscoped weapons impossible.

One way to fix it is to set "in_mouseLowEndSlope" to a value of 1 or 2, and even that feels a little jumpy. The only truly accurate solution I found was to turn my sensitivity at a low level and to set "cl_mouseAccel" to 1. On the plus side "in_mouseHighEndCutoff" helps improve your aim by making your mouse more responsive without increasing the sensitivity. Setting it to around 40-50 will let you snap your mouse in any direction almost instantly, often resulting in people calling you an aimbotter.

So anyway, look on the bright side and be glad you're running the PC version of SoF 2. even though your crosshairs are off and you know which ones shoot accurately, you don't have to deal with cryptic cvars that mess up your aim. I've literally spent months tweaking these settings and I still haven't been 100% comfortable with it. Some day I'll find a good setting... I know I will!




Aapje

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#3 13 years ago
ArolteWow, that sucks. That's a very good find if that's an authentic picture. Although I think it would be more convincing if you took a full screen snapshot and overlapped them together, so you know the centering is just right. I personally like to use the dot sight for my crosshair, so I'm curious as to whether I'm affected by this bug. Or is it just for the plus sign ones?

I took the screenshot myself just today, I cut the rest of because it seemed irrelevant. The dot isn't perfectly accurate to (it is in there, the bigger circle north/west of the perfect centre) It doesn’t matter anymore though, I made my own crosshair: ch42oi.png best used with: cg_crosshairsize 12 cg_crosshairRGBA 0,1,0,1 Good luck with finding the right settings.




Sir Paul

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#4 13 years ago

And the point of this thread is what exactly ????




teKnoise

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#5 13 years ago

/reconnect Turn dl's off, close all udpates and do the above....simple :)




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#6 13 years ago
Sir PaulAnd the point of this thread is what exactly ????

Was thinking the same thing :uhoh:

Happy Holidays Sir :beer:




Sir Paul

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#7 13 years ago
BeeF FlaPsHappy Holidays Sir :beer:

And the same to you my friend :nodding: