Center of screen dot
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Jul 30, · Do what the rest of the lamers do, get out a felt-tip pen and put a dot in the middle of the screen. It has the benefits of doing what you . Robust custom crosshair rendering directly in a game screen. Forget about input lags in windowed modes. Just start and win! DOWNLOAD INSTALLER. Windows 7/8/10 (32 and bits) Easy to use. Just set one of pre-installed crosshairs or select your own image and that’s all! Run a game and software will do the rest of work – your image will be. Apr 16, · Hi All, It’s been bugging me for a while, when I see other players playing ED some of them have a center ‘dot’ on the display which shows the center point. I’ve been playing for years and have no idea how you switch it on! Help? Many thanks Nutter o7.
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Jul 30, · Do what the rest of the lamers do, get out a felt-tip pen and put a dot in the middle of the screen. It has the benefits of doing what you . Sep 20, · I want a program that puts a dot on the center of my screen, nothing more, nothing less. What programs are good at doing this with PS2 and are also permited? (the latter is very important) 28 comments. share. save. hide. report. 65% Upvoted. This thread is archived. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. Apr 16, · Hi All, It’s been bugging me for a while, when I see other players playing ED some of them have a center ‘dot’ on the display which shows the center point. I’ve been playing for years and have no idea how you switch it on! Help? Many thanks Nutter o7.
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Kingston, Memorex and Verbatim support the U3 platform
Kingston, Memorex and Verbatim recently announced their support for the USB flash drive platform, U3, which was proposed and developed jointly by M-Systems and SanDisk. Recall that M-Systems and SanDisk announced the release of a new software and hardware platform U3 in January this year. Despite the fact that, due to the versatility of USB drives themselves, hardware vendors have attempted to develop specialized software systems that allow one or another functionality of the “same user environment” to be implemented for different computers, attempts have failed due to the lack of common standards capable of ensuring the compatibility of solutions from different companies.
The main goal of U3 LLC (a platform company) is to develop and license a data security API, hardware specifications that are designed to ensure compatibility between USB media regardless of manufacturer. So, for example, the folder with the working documents with which the owner works on the home machine will be located on the USB drive – along with the applications required to work with the stored documents. Accordingly, on any machine to which any USB drive will be connected, the user environment will be the same. By the way, Apple is said to be discussing the possibility of implementing such functionality in the iPod and Mac OS X.
Devices based on the U3 platform will be equipped with a Launch Pad user interface – to facilitate viewing, recording, downloading and managing applications stored on devices. As noted in the press release, U3 LLC plans to provide developers with appropriate development tools – both software and hardware, business and technical support, as well as distribution channels.