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Re: Hawkeye

Postby Stajus » 26 Feb 2011, 20:16

Lovin' it XD
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Re: Hawkeye

Postby Acid_Spot » 08 Mar 2011, 05:01

Oh c'mon,the idea is actually not that bad at all - under one important circumstance (there's 100% wrong spelling here)

1.If there's a ratio of possible wrong calls from the chair umpire / linesmen.We all know that happens.Let's say maybe 30% of the (really) close calls might be announced wrong.This however should work as an extra input in the game.And could be optional,just as the tiredness is now.

I guess everything else could be thought throughout.
I think it will make the game more fun - if Manu has the time/ability/money to make it happen - I am up for it.
And call me paranoid - but i think sometimes,especially on service,there are some close/wrong calls on both sides of the court. :roll: I've seen a services by opponents,which i thought were aces,but were called out.

...foot fault however is impossible i guess; and useless.
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Re: Hawkeye

Postby vamos rafa » 08 Mar 2011, 08:37

Acid_Spot wrote: i think sometimes,especially on service,there are some close/wrong calls on both sides of the court. :roll: I've seen a services by opponents,which i thought were aces,but were called out.


true :bounce: usually this situation is followed by shift + F9 :help:
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Re: Hawkeye

Postby meuhey » 09 Mar 2011, 20:24

I'd like to have multiplayer game with human umpires and ball runners XD , in first person view I'd play an umpire for sure !!!
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Re: Hawkeye

Postby Viggy » 02 May 2011, 16:01

it culd be more over fun to use tis hawk eye

but sumone of them told wrong call during service is quite happen

anyway the main thing is tht it could be more fun if hawk eye is der in TE
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Re: Hawkeye

Postby haas1920 » 12 May 2011, 08:54

Acid_Spot wrote:Oh c'mon,the idea is actually not that bad at all - under one important circumstance (there's 100% wrong spelling here)

1.If there's a ratio of possible wrong calls from the chair umpire / linesmen.We all know that happens.Let's say maybe 30% of the (really) close calls might be announced wrong.This however should work as an extra input in the game.And could be optional,just as the tiredness is now.

I guess everything else could be thought throughout.
I think it will make the game more fun - if Manu has the time/ability/money to make it happen - I am up for it.
And call me paranoid - but i think sometimes,especially on service,there are some close/wrong calls on both sides of the court. :roll: I've seen a services by opponents,which i thought were aces,but were called out.

...foot fault however is impossible i guess; and useless.

I agree with you Acid. It would make the game more realistic. It isn't for the goal of avoiding wrong calls, but making the game more realistic. It would make the game a perfect game. The ones who play it will totally think that they're on the court. I think many people dreamed of it. :)
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