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Re: Tennis Elbow 2009 1.0e

Postby manutoo » 16 Mar 2010, 05:23

Doh, I just remembered I forgot to change back the length of B1+B2 & B1 Kicked Serves... :sweat:

S.Williamz, if the ping is low & the Delay is high, it means the Host started the game too fast after u connected... He should have waited a few more seconds for the AutoDelay to stabilize...
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Re: Tennis Elbow 2009 1.0e

Postby Stajus » 16 Mar 2010, 12:52

Doubles looks much better, less random :mrgreen: As for singles, I seem to slide a lot, but I guess I just need practice :P
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Re: Tennis Elbow 2009 1.0e

Postby Srle » 16 Mar 2010, 16:16

manutoo wrote:Doh, I just remembered I forgot to change back the length of B1+B2 & B1 Kicked Serves... :sweat:

S.Williamz, if the ping is low & the Delay is high, it means the Host started the game too fast after u connected... He should have waited a few more seconds for the AutoDelay to stabilize...


I usually wait for autodelay to stabilize but too often happens since new build that ping is less than 100 but delay is 117 or higher, and game looks very strange then something like slow motion with players more sliding than moving properly.
When I say that I wait autodelay to stabilize I forgot to say that value of autodelay shown during that waiting before I accept opponent and start the game and delay shown after press f4 during the game are different (one shown during the game is higher).

Manoo that is probably due to changes made in max delay and max ping.
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Re: Tennis Elbow 2009 1.0e

Postby S.Williamz » 17 Mar 2010, 00:56

Anything can be done about the buggy backhand crosscourt dropshot? I have mentioned it before...not sure how it's done but it seems to only work with backhand crosscourt dropshots when you move to the ball in a certain way, and I guess the opponents shot affects if it's successful or not as well. Dropshots generally seem fine including forehand crosscourt but the backhand crosscourt often goes really short and low and is just too good(especially since trying to hit a counter drop is 99% times an error from these). It's ruining some games for me.
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Re: Tennis Elbow 2009 1.0e

Postby Brecht » 24 Mar 2010, 18:43

manutoo wrote:Doh, I just remembered I forgot to change back the length of B1+B2 & B1 Kicked Serves... :sweat:


Hi Manu,

I managed a few kick serves since then. BUT: today I tried again with fire+down+up+right (for a right-hander) and again it landed in (on the side line) after hitting the net, several times. When I tried with fire+up+down+right, the serve was perfect.
I know it doesn't change anything if you use the up button first and then the down one or the opposite; but - from the way I use them, and the natural inertia of my fingers - I noticed that those kick first serves where much safer with up+down (seldom an error) but had a better angle with down+up, while they land more often wide. I don't know if this might help to fix the bug.
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