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Old 06-04-2002, 03:00 AM   #1
BaccaChew'oS
 
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Modifying crosshairs size and color

I have modified My crosshair size but I cannot seem to modify its neutral color or targeted color. I'm wondering if anybody else uses this in 1v1 duels and if so, what range they find suites them and whether or not they can modify the color schemes.

I tested several ranges and even fought at 150 for a while where the entire cross encompasses the enemy. However, I settled at double the standard size which is about 50. Twenty four is just way to small and I can barley see when the target is acquired.

Since I have made the change my game has improved 2 fold. I have a better grasp of where my saber is actually landing or is going to land. So if anyone else has some input on pros, cons or preferred settings please reply.
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Old 06-04-2002, 12:55 PM   #2
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how did you change your crosshair size?




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Old 06-04-2002, 06:03 PM   #3
BaccaChew'oS
 
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Enter into your console:

seta cg_crosshairSize "?"

?= number i.e 1-300 etc. Twenty four is default. (without " " people ) try 175 to start, Filter down from there.

Anyone else doing this?
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