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[Game] Options in Tennis.ini

Postby Guest » 01 Sep 2013, 00:13

What do all these options mean and what are their possible numerical ranges from min. to max.. Please also explain what these numbers represent. Thank you so much!!!!! :)

NbTieBreakPoint =
NbMasterTbPoint =
SweetSpotRadius =
SweetSpotScale =
L33tSweetScale =
BallDiffVolley =
RealStrikeSpan = // Set this to 1 in case of Custom Span Strikes
SpeedConversion = // Ability to change left/right run speed
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Re: [Game] Options in Tennis.ini

Postby spinoliver » 01 Sep 2013, 20:51

Hello,
NbTieBreakPoint = usually it is seven because there is seven points needed to win a tie break. If you want a mega tie-break with 20 points,you can have it!
BallDiffVolley = it's a new paramater to change the volley difficulty added to the existing volley parameter in the game. 1 = default. 0.5 = twice easier. 2 = twice harder

the others: I don't know exactly .Sorry.
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Re: [Game] Options in Tennis.ini

Postby manutoo » 02 Sep 2013, 06:13

Search was broken ; it is now fixed and thus now most of these terms should give results & explanations.
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Re: [Game] Options in Tennis.ini

Postby Guest » 02 Sep 2013, 22:09

Thank you so much for your expeditious assistance!!!! :D
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Re: [Game] Options in Tennis.ini

Postby Bata » 09 Mar 2014, 11:43

There is no answer for L33tsweetscale. What does that do?
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Re: [Game] Options in Tennis.ini

Postby manutoo » 10 Mar 2014, 03:29

L33tsweetscale is to scale the penalties when the ball isn't hit with the sweetspot of the racket.
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Re: [Game] Options in Tennis.ini

Postby Bata » 10 Mar 2014, 03:53

How is it different than SweetSpotScale?
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Re: [Game] Options in Tennis.ini

Postby dropshot39 » 10 Mar 2014, 04:18

manutoo wrote:L33tsweetscale is to scale the penalties when the ball isn't hit with the sweetspot of the racket.

Do you think the tweaking of some of these settings, like L33tsweetscale, could improve the ball collision issue I brought up in the other thread? Is it correct to assume that L33tsweetscale is more pronounced on Elite controls, where there's more miss hits then say Simulation?
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Re: [Game] Options in Tennis.ini

Postby manutoo » 11 Mar 2014, 03:53

Bata,
L33tsweetscale is applied after SweetSpotScale, but only with Elite controls.

dropshot39,
these parameters are for strike efficiency handling, not for hit detection.
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Re: [Game] Options in Tennis.ini

Postby dropshot39 » 11 Mar 2014, 13:48

I am on simulation controls right now, maybe adjusting L33tsweetscale could make elite controls more tolerable. (i.e. less miss hits, but still more than on Simulation)

I'm wondering if some of those parameters in tennis.ini could indirectly improve hit detection. Adjusting the penalty for hitting in the sweetspot of the racket is something to consider, but it's hard to really control whether it hits in the sweet spot, especially on low balls.
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