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Angel Soul's Action Pack Crosshairs

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ABOUT
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This mod changes some crosshair in the game to some 
crosshairs used in well known sci-fi movies.
They are as follows:

1 - Escape from New York (Glider Scene)
2 - Batman 1989 (Batwing targeting reticule)
3 - Flash Gordon (Ming's targeting Earth)
4 - Robocop (video game reticule)
5 - Predator (Yautja laser crosshair)
6 - Terminator (T-800 scanning reticule)


INSTALLATION / UNINSTALLATION
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Select the .pk3 file and put them it your JKA 
GameData/base folder.

To uninstall, simply remove that file from your folder.
Note that you can only have one at a time.


HOW TO USE
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To use any of the crosshairs, you will have to use the
"cg_drawcrosshair" function, and add a numeric value to 
choose what crosshair you want.

Press the console button, usually tilde "§" (button just
under "Escape" button), and type:

cg_drawcrosshair 1
- The above should give you the "Escape from NY" crosshair.
Keep increasing the crosshair value until you find the
crosshair you wish to use. Then simply return from console
by pressing tilde again.

Note that these crosshairs are best used (IMO at least)
with double the crosshair size. To increase the crosshair
size, type:

cg_crosshairsize 48

in the console. Default size is 24.


KNOWN BUGS/GLITCHES
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- None -


BONUS .PSD FILES
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If you wanna tinker with the files themselves, here's
my .PSD file. Be warned, many layers aren't named. 😄 LOL

THIS FILE IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY ACTIVISION, RAVEN SOFTWARE, OR LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC. ELEMENTS™ & © LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY, LLC AND/OR ITS LICENSORS.


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They look really good. However, I suggest you should reduce the opacity on the larger crosshairs a bit.

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17 minutes ago, Lancelot said:

They look really good. However, I suggest you should reduce the opacity on the larger crosshairs a bit.

Thanks! Sure. Can do that. Though I was aiming as movie accurate as I can make it, without obstructing too much view. Alternatively, if you have PhotoShop, you can use the provided .PSD files and just reduce opacity for the whole group for that specific crosshair, duplicate any of its Red/Green or Blue channels and rename it Alfa, then save it as .TGA file. 

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