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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #465 on: 03:25 PM - 01/23/16 »
quick question rml i dont use angle snapping for FPS do you think it feels better with Destiny aim assist? i've been using your setup but i switch to HIP transalator for my ADS because it helps sniping i wonder if angle snappin makes it better or worst..

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #466 on: 05:48 PM - 01/23/16 »

Pretty much everything you're describing is EXACTLY why I decided to use HOLD behavior instead of toggle for the Sprint config. and why I said otherwise it's very frustrating at times. There are a lot of variables with this game while sprinting. The one's I remember, ADS, Reload, Slide and fire all disable sprint. Keep in mind XIM4 didn't have the toggle deactivation keys when I created this. That feature was added later. So now those deactivation keys could be used to help you toggle sprint so that you don't get stuck in your sprint config while NOT sprinting.

However, there's still one little problem with the games mechanics that still leads me to believe that HOLD behavior is the best option. If you sprint for awhile your character becomes tired. So if you stop sprinting while the character is tired you have to wait a few seconds before you're capable of sprinting again. So if you're using toggle mode and you try to sprint, and your character refuses, you now find yourself still in HIP mode but you've activated the sprint config. Then, when you press sprint again and your character starts sprinting, you've just deactivated sprint and you're now sprinting with the HIP config.

Good Luck!  ;)

BTW, if you're enjoying the analog movement of using your controller I would suggest giving the NAV another try and just stick with it for about a week, force it!  :P

I didn't like the NAV at first either and I'm still not a huge fan. But IMO analog movement trumps KB movement and you can get used to the NAV. It takes a bit of practice though for sure.


I've got the Xbox Elite controller, so I can reprogram the keys to emulate the NAV setup you have; plus I don't have to sacrifice ergonomics (other than hefting the whole joystick in my right hand).  Plus I have the Left Upper and Lower Paddles to use at my discretion (currently I have them disabled as accidental hits are worse than having that flexibility sometimes).

So for me, Xbox Controller > Sony NAV > KB for my left hand  ;).


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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #467 on: 08:11 PM - 01/23/16 »
Hey did you watch YouTube where gut put the felt stickers under paddles. My friend tried and it helped him.

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #468 on: 06:49 PM - 01/24/16 »
@RML do you have any specific setup for Shadestepping? For me having to reach for LCTRL while hitting WASD is really hard.

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #469 on: 07:50 AM - 01/25/16 »
quick question rml i dont use angle snapping for FPS do you think it feels better with Destiny aim assist? i've been using your setup but i switch to HIP transalator for my ADS because it helps sniping i wonder if angle snappin makes it better or worst..

Honestly, IDK! I always use AS, I can say others have mentioned that AS does help with AA in BO3.



Hi RML

Can you please help me with a sniper curve , that's all I use TLW+sniper.  The problem I'm facing is I'm missing shots so close to the head. Thank you

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I'll look around and see if I still have my old settings somewhere. The real problem though is almost every sniper rifle has different aim assist, which gun are you using?


Thank you for replying
I'm using the 1000 yard stare

Sry man, I must have lost all that stuff over one of the manager upgrades.  :(



@RML do you have any specific setup for Shadestepping? For me having to reach for LCTRL while hitting WASD is really hard.

I answered this a few post back for another member. You should PM him and see if he can help you with the appropriate delay settings.

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #470 on: 07:25 PM - 01/25/16 »
I'm not understanding how to setup the sprint config.  My turning is super slow when sprinting  - looking into how to remedy that. Thanks!

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #471 on: 08:26 AM - 01/27/16 »
I'm not understanding how to setup the sprint config.  My turning is super slow when sprinting  - looking into how to remedy that. Thanks!

PM'd you  ;)

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #472 on: 10:33 AM - 01/27/16 »
RML,

Brand new XIM user here. Just got mine yesterday. I am 95% a PC gamer but have been interested in Destiny for a while so the XIM seemed like a good idea. I have been following this thread since Christmas so that I would be ready to get my XIM setup when it arrived.

While I have to learn to use slower movements than on the PC, these curves feel very good. I tried the base Destiny setup first so I would have something to compare and RML's curves feel very solid.

Thank you very much for taking the time to write the original guide and for continuing to answer questions in the thread.

You rock RML!
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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #473 on: 07:00 PM - 01/27/16 »
^ I'm glad it worked out for you man.

 :)

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #474 on: 06:53 AM - 01/29/16 »
So I've been using a xim for years but not once have i tried curves/codes etc... basically because i have absolutely no idea how... In reading this post i see a "sprint tab", all i know how to do is make the tab and name it.. Am i supposed to put some code somewhere to make it work? sorry i'm just very confused.

I'm a flatout sniper using either 1000 yard or Her Benevolence, I want to be able to turn fast suddenly and or while sprinting, and I would like to try the curve/ other curves for sniping.
Any chance someone could give me steps on how and where i'm putting the code etc?
I also can't see anywhere where it has the "Turn Assist" and "steady aim" options are like shown in the pics..?
« Last Edit: 06:58 AM - 01/29/16 by jaydee »

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #475 on: 01:54 PM - 01/29/16 »
^ The easiest way to do it is to just copy/paste my entire setup and then tweak it to your liking. You can learn how to do this by visiting the "Advanced Settings" link in my signature. However, it sounds like you're not running compatible Firmware/manager to use my setup. You'll have to upgrade to the latest drop in the release candidate section. Beware though, if you upgrade you'll probably lose all your settings and configs. and have to start from scratch.

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #476 on: 09:00 PM - 02/03/16 »
RML not sure if you have macros on your mouse, but I use a Logitech G600 and I'm able to use on board memory to save my DPI and keybinds, but there's no way to save macros. Do i need a different mouse?

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #477 on: 04:27 PM - 02/04/16 »
Can someone explain how to setup the multikey function on the mouse in LGS? For K1, heavy weapon, which button press does that correspond to? Like the 1 button sparrow config, I've set up the macro as shown in the video, but confused as I don't think my buttons correspond properly. Am I supposed to plug in the Nav or Keyboard I'm using to my pc and press those buttons that I have mapped?

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #478 on: 11:42 PM - 02/04/16 »
Can someone explain how to setup the multikey function on the mouse in LGS? For K1, heavy weapon, which button press does that correspond to? Like the 1 button sparrow config, I've set up the macro as shown in the video, but confused as I don't think my buttons correspond properly. Am I supposed to plug in the Nav or Keyboard I'm using to my pc and press those buttons that I have mapped?

Just pick the button on the mouse you want to assign the macro and then set your macro to whatever Keystroke you want, I used "0" I believe in the video. Add a 1.8ms delay between down and up and your done with LGS.

Now go to Secondary buttons in manager and assign keystroke 0 to Y. Yes you will have to have a KB plugged in to do this in manager. However, after that you can disconnect the KB if you want. It doesn't have to be plugged in all the time for it to work.

Hope that helps.



RML not sure if you have macros on your mouse, but I use a Logitech G600 and I'm able to use on board memory to save my DPI and keybinds, but there's no way to save macros. Do i need a different mouse?

If your mouse doesn't have onboard memory then macros won't work with XIM4 and console, only PC. Are you sure your mouse doesn't have onboard memory though? I find that hard to believe considering most of there line up uses the same software.
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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (UPDATED 01/08/16)
« Reply #479 on: 03:42 AM - 02/05/16 »

Just pick the button on the mouse you want to assign the macro and then set your macro to whatever Keystroke you want, I used "0" I believe in the video. Add a 1.8ms delay between down and up and your done with LGS.

Now go to Secondary buttons in manager and assign keystroke 0 to Y. Yes you will have to have a KB plugged in to do this in manager. However, after that you can disconnect the KB if you want. It doesn't have to be plugged in all the time for it to work.

Hope that helps.

Ok, I think I understand. Last question. What is the delay for going into orbit? Mainly if you have a fireteam as it is longer than when you are solo.


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