Looking for Dslyecxi's Profile for ArmA

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ron533
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Looking for Dslyecxi's Profile for ArmA

Post by ron533 » Wed Apr 25, 2007 4:20 am

As the title says:
I'm looking for Dslyecxi's Profile for ArmA.
I wrote him but still got no answer.

where can I get profiles for Arma??

and is there a mod/tweak for OFP (Operation Flashpoint) to use with TIR??

many thanks
Ron

VincentG
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Re: Looking for Dslyecxi's Profile for ArmA

Post by VincentG » Wed Apr 25, 2007 2:14 pm

Generally, any profiles that either we have created, or some of our customers have, will be posted here...

http://www.naturalpoint.com/trackir/04- ... files.html

Currently there is no way to get built-in support for the TrackIR in OFP. If it has a mouse look mode, you can try using the mouse emaulation application that we include with the TrackIR software.

The TrackIR software has been optimized to provide you with the best experience possible, it gives you a simple, yet powerful and highly customizable way to use TrackIR device for in-game view control. Some games however, do not have TrackIR support built in and this is where mouse emulation can be used.

The TIRMouse program provides very basic features and partially relies upon the main TrackIR software application to provide additional customization capability. This program allows you to use the TrackIR in a game that is not TrackIR enhanced.

You can select any of the TrackIR 6DOF axes to control the X and Y mouse emulation movement.
You can enable auto panning for the X mouse movement which will continuously send mouse movement commands while in the auto-pan range.


5.6.2 Main Window




X Axis
You can assign various axes used by the TrackIR here. By default this is normally 'Yaw'.

Y Axis
You can assign various axes used by the TrackIR here. By default this is normally 'Pitch'.

X Axis Auto Panning
When in the auto-panning zone it will continuously send movement commands. This allows a person to turn slightly and have the view keep moving. A good example would be in strategy games in which you move the cursor to the edge of the screen and the movement keeps panning in that direction until you move away from the edge.

5.6.3 Using Mouse Emulation in Games

The basics are as follows:

Load the TrackIR software.
Load the TIRMouse.EXE file that is located in your TrackIR installation folder. C:\Program Files\NaturalPoint\TrackIR for example.
Load the game you wish to use and be sure to have the mouse look option enabled within the game.
With mouse look turned on you should be able to use the TrackIR now.


NOTE: Some games may not have a mouse look option!

Catch22
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Re: Looking for Dslyecxi's Profile for ArmA

Post by Catch22 » Wed Apr 25, 2007 2:32 pm

As far as Armed Assault profiles go, the only thing you have to watch out for is the "X" (lean) axis. If you are not centered properly, your character will lean slightly and you are unable to run while leaning.

I have everything set to aggressive, and zoom axis tracking disabled.

VincentG
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Re: Looking for Dslyecxi's Profile for ArmA

Post by VincentG » Wed Apr 25, 2007 2:40 pm

If you'd like to share your profile(s) with others, please email it to us. We'll place it on the profiles page as soon as we can!

mailto:webadmin@naturalpoint.com

subject=SubmitProfile1

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