3hop On An Awfull Computer

Steel_MonkeySteel_Monkey Join Date: 2004-10-06 Member: 32121Members
<div class="IPBDescription">Help</div> Hello, I've come with a problem, maybe some of you can help. Occasionally I'll play some games on a really awfull computer. Mostly ns, but some cs 1.0 occasionally. My main problem is how awfull the computer is. It usually peaks out at 40 fps. When I try and use a 3hop or even 2hop script, it locks up so I can't airstrafe at all. Ive been using this.

"alias 3hop +jump;wait;-jump;wait:+jump;wait;-jump;wait;+jump;wait;-jump;wait"

Bind space 3hop

But, like I said, it locks up when I activate the script because of computer quality. It's not my computer so I can't do much to modify it when I use it outside of the game itself. If anyone can help me I'd greatly appriceate it. Thanks


  • Diablo_fxDiablo_fx Join Date: 2003-02-21 Member: 13793Members
    alias hop "+jump; wait; -jump; wait"
    alias +3hop "hop; hop; +jump"
    alias -3hop "-jump"
  • a_civiliana_civilian Likes seeing numbers Join Date: 2003-01-08 Member: 12041Members, NS1 Playtester, Playtest Lead
    edited May 2005
    Although a lower framerate does increase the duration of the wait command, it's not the script that's preventing your air control. Air control is, unfortunately, very heavily dependent on framerate. The lower the framerate, the less air control you have, and at less than 40 fps you're not going to get any real air control.

    In any case, to adjust a script to a lower framerate, just decrease the number of waits proportionally, as the wait command merely waits one frame. (In a jump script, you'd also decrease the number of +jumps and -jumps so that they remain separated by waits.)
  • DEESNUTSDEESNUTS Join Date: 2005-06-07 Member: 53343Members
    Nice info there, It helped me too... <!--emo&:D--><img src='http://www.unknownworlds.com/forums/html/emoticons/biggrin-fix.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='biggrin-fix.gif' /><!--endemo-->
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