I got bored so I decided to rewrite my External Crosshair tool from scratch in C#.
External Crosshair v3
What does it do?
It will display a crosshair over the chosen process or window until you stop it.
- Rewritten from scratch and more neater (from coding perspective)
- The crosshair should always in the correct place no matter what computer you use.
- There is a crosshair preview now to see what each crosshair looks like.
- No flicker whatsoever because of a new drawing method (no longer uses SetPixel)
- There's now a process list and window list.
* Choosing a process will only target the process' main window.
* The window list contains ALL windows in your taskbar, not just the main window's of the processes. This means you can easily target a specific window.
- New crosshair designs: Dot and Large Dot.
- You can now select a specific colour using the colour selector.
- You can now adjust the X and Y offset of the crosshair (although you really don't need this)
Can I get banned for this?
Absolutely not, this does not hook, write or read any memory from another process. The only thing it does is display a crosshair on a window.
Does this work on fullscreen games?
No (although I haven't tried), that'd require hooking DirectX which could result in a ban.
.NET Framework 3.5
How do I use this?
- Download and extract the attachment
- Run External Crosshair v3.exe
- Click on Settings and choose a crosshair design, change the colour if you want
- Close the window and click on Process.
- Choose a process to target (only processes with windows will appear), you can also type in the name of a process (it must be on the list). Alternatively, you can click on Window List and choose a specific window.
- Close the window and click Start.
- Enjoy! Click Stop to close/hide the crosshair.
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