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How about when Snipers delight lines up with the colour of someone's face it automatically sets the auto clicker off...
Like Colour Aimbot all most...
the snipers delight was designed to help you zone in a shot when your enemy was too far away to see clearly... and if i were to use the color code for faces to activate the auto click it would click when it saw your team mates as well as your enemies, not to mention i'd have to set it up for each different skin tone of the base characters
sounds like a good idea, but its almost impossible to tell how many pixels an exact 360 would be... especially considering that a lot of people use different resolutions for in game than their desktop setting.. and Yes, i can script mouse movement... how do you think my AFK bot worked?
You could have an option when you first start the program to chose which resolution you are on
I have an idea to add onto your autoclicker; how about making set intervals regarding the recoil pattern about particular weapons? For example, the G36e has a horrendous amount of recoil. I've seen programs that try to compensate it by "dragging down" the mouse. Unfortunately, taking control over the mouse by moving it a certain number of pixels is sensitivity-dependent on the person's settings.
Instead, perhaps a precise interval between shots to "control" the recoil and fire rate would be more helpful by not only increasing the user's accuracy by not spraying and instead focus on aiming and controlling sway.
It is mandatory for the majority G36 users to do this because of the sheer amount of recoil, but to program it to be exactly the same fire interval between "settlings" may be helpful for people that don't know how to tap-fire efficiently.
Edit: Nevermind... Now that I think of it, this has already been created, but on a burst fire basis.
Last edited by 0terminater0; 03-25-2010 at 09:34 PM.
Hmm... how about a program that all MPGH members can join. Applications Required and approved by Admins first to keep out choobs.
This program would consist of Built-In Vent, also it would contain a list of rooms that are currently being used for Hacking Purposes only... Like VIP Power Leveling or Spy Hunt Power Leveling ETC. Would also contain a Text bar like you know the one inside CA when someone uses a Microphone. So that admins of the program could advertise their New Releases or just pick someones new Pub Hacks etc.
Pretty much a all around CA Hacking Hangout
O ya forgot to mention would it even be possible for people to mark themself as Hacker and it would track all the rooms they are in-game and update the list automatically.
Last edited by JustinFatalx; 03-25-2010 at 09:54 PM.
I would enjoy an anti recoil that auto detects which gun you're using, mouse sensetivity, and has different recoil dampening settings
Unfortunately the implementation of a manual anti-recoil is extremely hard to achieve. For example, let's take the idea of detecting mouse sensitivity. First, you have to find the resolution the person's computer runs at. Second, you have to find the resolution at which the person runs Combat Arms at. Third, you have to find the integer value at which the sensitivity of the setting in game is. Resolution is important because it determines how many pixels are on the screen and is relevant to how many pixels the bot has to move in order to "correct" the recoil. All of these are necessary factors to consider and from the way I see it, it would be easier to just to create a no-recoil hack.