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#13 Volume increaser and decreaser bind. in Customization
hoolii made something neat

looks good!

but doesn't this bold part break that line (because of those "" thingies)?
alias -m3alt "con_filter_text "";con_filter_enable 0;developer 0;alias mwheelupalt yolo;alias mwheeldownalt tolo"

edit: i ask because i thought that those "" thingies determine the start and end of a 'definition', when it comes to tf2 scripting

posted about 8 years ago
#9 Volume increaser and decreaser bind. in Customization
ShooshThanks all. using numlockeds version now and seems to be working fine:)

the one numlocked posted is just an unnecessary wall of text (no offense!). the 2-lined script i posted does exactly the same.
besides, the wait command is restricted on most servers, so the whole developer 0, developer 1 stuff isn't even going to work on those servers.
it's a drag if you ever wanted to make changes, too.

oh well..

posted about 8 years ago
#6 Help with my config in Q/A Help

i agree with brizz. if you got your config for an fps-boost, then just get one of the 'famous' ones because they're great. chris', m0re's, and there's also a recent one; rhapsody's. i might be missing another name, but one of these should be just fine.

posted about 8 years ago
#7 Volume increaser and decreaser bind. in Customization

try this:

bind uparrow "incrementvar volume 0 1 .05"
bind downarrow "incrementvar volume 0 1 -.05"

if you want smaller/more steps, you can simply change the .05 and -.05 to .025 and -.025 (or however small you want your steps). ditto for bigger/fewer steps (.1 and -.1 for example).
volume in tf2 goes from 0 to 1, like smobo and pwny_ said.

posted about 8 years ago
#55 Guide: Get the Right Mouse and Use it Right in TF2 General Discussion

i thought in-game resolution (in source games) doesn't affect mouse precision or 'cursor' speed?

also; not everyone who cares for 'proper' mouse responsiveness cares for it just to get better results in the game(s) they play, but plenty care for it just to get a more enjoyable (gaming) experience.

you could compare it with 60hz vs 120hz monitors. i know that plenty of people say that they don't, or barerly, notice any difference between the two (or they just don't care), but others will feel 'disgusted' by playing on 60hz screens, when they're used to 120hz.
some will play worse on 60hz, some will just enjoy it less. some don't care; good for them, less money and time to waste!

sound is another example. plenty of people care to get their sound the way they like it, but others will not/barerly hear any difference (or simply not care).
some will get distracted by outside-noise when using open headphones, some will just enjoy the experience better with closed headphones. some don't care; good for them, less money and time to waste!

investing time in these things could easily make you play better or/and make you enjoy your experience more. if either is true, and you care, then surely it's worth it to invest.

i don't see the need for bashing on people who put time/effort in getting the mouse and/or mouse responsiveness they want. because it's not about right or wrong, not even about agreeing or disagreeing. if you don't feel the same way, you might as well ignore threads like this.

posted about 8 years ago
#59 Slight freezes in Q/A Help

just dropping by to say that i'm also experiencing these short freezes. i've tried mat_que_mode 2 with cl_loadondemand_default 0, mat_que_mode -1 with cl_loadondemand_default 1 and mat_que_mode -1 with cl_loadondemand_default 0.

posted about 8 years ago
#21 Massdrop for KBC Poker II w/ MX Clears in Hardware
fathomFinally received mine along with an aluminum case!


very, very sexy! (PBT master race!)

posted about 8 years ago
#8 Ninox Aurora in Hardware

4000 DPI SROM was such an unecessary decision, though

posted about 8 years ago
#49 No Hats Mod in Customization


thanks :D

posted about 8 years ago
#18 Looking for mouse similar to G500 in Hardware

i'd recommend the G400 as well, since i'm sure the shape is very close to the shape of the G500.
and i'd always stick to native dpi steps. non-native dpi steps are interpolated (calculated) and will, theoretically, never turn out as accurate as native dpi steps.
G400S has some smoothing, which is why i consider G400 to be better.

if you decide to get a G400, make sure it has a serial number (S/N) or a PID above LZ13333.
you can tell by looking at the stickers at the sides/back of the box.
these stickers have no text on them, which indicates that the mouse is from the old batch of G400 mice (which have prediction). you want to see "Logitech" on the stickers because those mice do not have prediction.

i actually saw those old-batch G400 mice offered on ebay only a few months ago, so i'd make sure you're not ordering one of them.
but, lastly; you might not notice, or even care about, smoothing. if you could find out if you mind smoothing or not, it could save you some trouble (G400 mice are getting pretty rare.)

posted about 8 years ago
#10 Logitech G400 Mouse Acceleration Question in Hardware
JClownBy the way is there any reason in particular not to use the highest polling rate?

some mice are reported to have issues when set to 1000hz. i also figured that some (older) motherboards don't support (or work badly with) 1000hz (and 500hz).
of course there's a technical difference between 500 and 1000, but i doubt anyone could feel a difference. i use 1000 because it's my mouse's default, but i wouldn't have bothered to change the rate to 1000, had the default been 500.

posted about 8 years ago
#41 No Hats Mod in Customization

thank you Harbls!

posted about 8 years ago
#70 The Keyboard Thread (last updated Sep. 24, 2013) in Hardware
IntellectualAre reds or browns better? My blues are too loud.

neither are necessarily better, but most would say that linear switches (like reds) are superior for gaming.

in terms of loudness, reds and browns do not really differ.
what makes an audible difference is using o-rings or landing pads (so i'd suggest you look into them if sound is a concern).
also: pcb-mounted switches make less noise than plate-mounted switches, so you could also take that into account when looking for a new keyboard. boards with pcb-mounted switches are less sturdy (flex a bit easier), but are typically less expensive than boards with plate-mounted switches.

posted about 8 years ago
#6 Logitech G400 Mouse Acceleration Question in Hardware

i wouldn't even install the drivers!

posted about 8 years ago
#66 The Keyboard Thread (last updated Sep. 24, 2013) in Hardware

i think you might be interested in a board which has Topre switches, Kuni. but if those boards/switches sound too expensive to you, or just don't sound like 'your thing', then there are still plenty of options available with cherry switches.

topre switches are expensive, but considered to be great for long typing sessions. they are mechanical switches, but have a rubber dome in them. the rubber dome in them give a tactile feeling and also make the switches very silent. many users say they are the least fatiguing switches they've ever used.

this clip on youtube was made to demonstrate the sound of a realforce keyboard (using topre switches).

there are also keyboards (that use topre switches) which are even smaller than TKL (for example the Leopold FC660C, HHKB Pro 2 and HHKB Lite).

you probably want a keyboard with plate-mounted switches (i believe topre switches are always plate-mounted), as that makes boards alot more sturdy and adds alot to overall build quality, but it does make boards more expensive. what you also might want to know about plate-mounted switches is that it will take alot more effort to open up the switches themselves (in case you ever want to change the springs in them or apply lube).

you can find out anything there's to know about keyboards know right here. the site is also a great source for purchasing keyboards (or parts for them).

edit: it's probably the easiest to just make a thread on geekhack. there are alot of coders there who have alot of experience with keyboards. most there actually love keyboards and sincerely like to help other people purchase one. it might be handy to go for a title like 'coder looking for new keyboard' to get the attention of the 'right' people even quicker ;p

posted about 8 years ago
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