Sorry this took so long.. I had some drama so i couldn't work on it for a couple days. Posted it yesterday or the day before but it was deleted cuz the attachment didnt go through.
Anyway lets recap on how to work this thing
1) Color. This is to define the color the program reacts to, and you'll need a screenshot of an enemy nametag to know what color to tell it. If you're using quick switch by itself you dont need this.
2) Shade Variation. Next to the color button is "X" and a number box that goes from 5 to 20. I recommend setting it between 5 and 10, since explosions are also red and the program can react to those as well as nametags.
3) Scan Speed. This is how fast or often the program scans for the trigger color or mouse click to react to it. Deals lag at faster speeds.
4) Click Settings. This part tells the program how to react to the trigger. Tap Fire clicks the mouse one time, Spray Fire holds the mouse down for a full second (this is so you can fix your aim on your enemy before you yourself have to click the mouse), Burst Fire clicks the mouse 3 times designed for pistols, and Quick Switch switches to another weapon and back designed for snipers.
:: Tap Fire + Quick Switch - Use both to get the best of the programs help with sniping.
:: Quick Switch Access - Check the box On and Off to change the setting.
:: Color Definition - Bug Fixed for color choosing. It no longer resets to default, in case you choose a color and want to lighten/darken the shade.
:: Program Title Removed - This is to keep it from showing up in your "Running Windows" list, hopefully to help avoid detection. To see this, run the program and open Task Manager, you'll notice the program doesn't show on the "Applications" list, only on the "Processes" list.
Hotkey: F5 - ON / OFF
@maddoggy00 if the attachment doesn't go through let me know before you delete the thread, i'll upload somewhere else and it would be nice of you to fix it for me =^D