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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #810 on: 09:35 AM - 09/02/17 »
Welcome to the community, both of you!  :)

Make sure you're running the latest firmware, that should fix your copy/paste issues.

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #811 on: 11:17 AM - 09/02/17 »
Welcome to the community, both of you!  :)

Make sure you're running the latest firmware, that should fix your copy/paste issues.

Thank you kindly.

I downloaded and followed the routine written out here on the site.
Can I somehow check to verify the installed firmware? Yes that is how new and unskilled of this program I am - sorry!

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #812 on: 09:10 AM - 09/03/17 »

Issues arises as soon as I try to apply/paste your code/settings. I watched your "Copypastewholesetup"-video from YT.
When I press the Paste-button in the Xim4 Manager I get a red "warning triangle" instead of the green "Check", and obviously no data is being pasted.
I've used both manual Copy as well as "Select"-Copy as you suggest.

Himmelskaberget, make sure you are only copying the required text. If you copy more than you need, you will get the warning triangle. For example, in RML's original post, pressing the [select] button for an automated copy of the Hip curve will copy this:

>>> XIM4 [Mouse Ballistics] START PASTE >>>
X4MB:AAAAGgA0AC4AMAAwAC4AMgAwADEANgAwADQAMAA1AA0aJzRBTlxreoyescjIyMjIyMjI:X4MB
<<< XIM4 END PASTE <<<

You really only want to be copying the middle line: X4MB:AAAAGgA0AC4AMAAwAC4AMgAwADEANgAwADQAMAA1AA0aJzRBTlxreoyescjIyMjIyMjI:X4MB
« Last Edit: 09:14 AM - 09/03/17 by Kraghus »

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #813 on: 07:47 AM - 09/04/17 »
^ That may depend on what device you're using to copy/paste, not sure. I've always just used the code select tab and copy/paste everything highlighted.

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #814 on: 09:11 AM - 09/05/17 »
hello! first of all thank you very much for the dedication in creating such a beautiful setup!!

I'm playing with the g502 and the nav like you do!

I copied everything in the xim manager, just can't understand what I need to put in the Sparrow and Sprint config besides the copy paste (that takes care of the curve I guess), because how those 2 profiles are activated? Shouldnt I put something in activation? because now in both of them is blank the activation setting! 

and last thing, can you explain me this:

hanks to the NEW "Config Deactivation" keys that OBsIV created for ADS toggle, we can now easily dismount the Sparrow and deactivate the Sparrow config, without help from LGS. All you need to do is assign a deactivation key, then assign the same key to the reload button under secondary button bindings.

I dont wanna use LGS macro so this should be for me, I just don't understand what do you mean by : to the reload button under secondary button bindings.
secondary bindings for which profile? Can you make me an example if let s say, my reload button is the X button on the nav?

thank you very much

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #815 on: 11:36 AM - 09/05/17 »
You need to assign an activation key to each sub config. I will add a full config copy/paste to the thread tonight.

To deactivate sparrow - just add X to the deactivation keys in the sparrow config. Then pressing X will get you off the sparrow and deactivate the config (putting you on foot and in HIP config).

Macros are GREAT with Destiny! I would highly recommend learning how to use them effectively with your mouse. The G502 is really easy to set up macros once you get used to it and it has 3 profiles that can each have their own settings, which is really nice.

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #816 on: 04:05 PM - 09/05/17 »
RML, would ya say this is the best profile to go with until the ST comes out?

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #817 on: 04:29 PM - 09/05/17 »
Hard to say until I play the game, it was pretty much my setup for the beta though. But I've seen things change between beta and release look mechanics before.

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #818 on: 01:26 PM - 09/06/17 »
Hi RML,

I checked your setup and video but want to ask you regarding:

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Thanks to the NEW "Config Deactivation" keys that OBsIV created for ADS toggle, we can now easily dismount the Sparrow and deactivate the Sparrow config, without help from LGS. All you need to do is assign a deactivation key, then assign the same key to the reload button under secondary button bindings.

Does this mean that I set Sparrow activation key to (R)-button which is reload for me and deactivation key to (R) also in the Sparrow subconfig?
And then setting (R) button in the HIP Primary / Secondary config?

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #819 on: 07:43 PM - 09/06/17 »
Could anyone paste a working config for D2? im pretty new and RML doesnt seem to have his in the op anymore, would much appreciate it thanks <3

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #820 on: 08:02 PM - 09/06/17 »
Hi RML,

I checked your setup and video but want to ask you regarding:

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Thanks to the NEW "Config Deactivation" keys that OBsIV created for ADS toggle, we can now easily dismount the Sparrow and deactivate the Sparrow config, without help from LGS. All you need to do is assign a deactivation key, then assign the same key to the reload button under secondary button bindings.

Does this mean that I set Sparrow activation key to (R)-button which is reload for me and deactivation key to (R) also in the Sparrow subconfig?
And then setting (R) button in the HIP Primary / Secondary config?

followed the guide to a T, until I got to this point and it confused me? could ya clarify for us noobs RML? :D

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #821 on: 09:35 PM - 09/06/17 »
Sry guys, been really busy last few days haven't had much fun time. In regards to the questions about Sparrow.

I prefer using a macro for Sparrow so that you can Summon, Mount and activate the config with a single button press. But, you don't have to. You can use any button you chose to activate the Sparrow config. However you'll have to Summon, Mount and then activate your Sparrow config while on the Sparrow. Also, make sure you check the Toggle box for your Sparrow config so that you don't have to hold down the activation key while riding it.

As far a dismounting the Sparrow goes, it's really simple guys. Pressing the reload button while on the Sparrow will cause a dismount. So all you have to do is add the reload button to your deactivation keys within the Sparrow config. This will then cause you to dismount and simultaneously deactivate the Sparrow config putting you back in Hip.

You DONOT want to use any other button to dismount the Sparrow unless you also add that button to the deactivation keys. Otherwise you will dismount and still be using the Sparrow config while on foot.

The only buttons that will cause a dismount is Reload and Jump. I prefer to use reload so that I'm not jumping off the Sparrow. So I also change my button layout and remove jump from the Sparrow config so that I can't accidently push it and dismount without deactivating the Sparrow config. I use RC on the mouse to Jump because I'm a NAV user. So for Sparrow instead of assigning A (jump) to RC, I assign Turn Assist to RC which makes riding the Sparrow even easier and more enjoyable IMO.

I've added a Full config Copy/Paste code to the OP. So you can now easily paste my whole setup and modify the button layouts to your liking.

Cheers!   :)


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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 7/22/17)
« Reply #822 on: 09:52 PM - 09/06/17 »
Sry guys, been really busy last few days haven't had much fun time. In regards to the questions about Sparrow.

I prefer using a macro for Sparrow so that you can Summon, Mount and activate the config with a single button press. But, you don't have to. You can use any button you chose to activate the Sparrow config. However you'll have to Summon, Mount and then activate your Sparrow config while on the Sparrow. Also, make sure you check the Toggle box for your Sparrow config so that you don't have to hold down the activation key while riding it.

As far a dismounting the Sparrow goes, it's really simple guys. Pressing the reload button while on the Sparrow will cause a dismount. So all you have to do is add the reload button to your deactivation keys within the Sparrow config. This will then cause you to dismount and simultaneously deactivate the Sparrow config putting you back in Hip.

You DONOT want to use any other button to dismount the Sparrow unless you also add that button to the deactivation keys. Otherwise you will dismount and still be using the Sparrow config while on foot.

The only buttons that will cause a dismount is Reload and Jump. I prefer to use reload so that I'm not jumping off the Sparrow. So I also change my button layout and remove jump from the Sparrow config so that I can't accidently push it and dismount without deactivating the Sparrow config. I use RC on the mouse to Jump because I'm a NAV user. So for Sparrow instead of assigning A (jump) to RC, I assign Turn Assist to RC which makes riding the Sparrow even easier and more enjoyable IMO.

I've added a Full config Copy/Paste code to the OP. So you can now easily paste my whole setup and modify the button layouts to your liking.

Cheers!   :)

hey! im sorry but this entire post is EXTREMELY confusing. What am i supposed to paste in my cfg? Just the first curve? Or like make a profile for every single curves (sparrow, sprint etc..)?

I want to play D2 with the xim4 but it seems very hard and confusing
3843SR - Settings : EXPO No curve No boost. 100AA 50AAW 0AS 0AE Steady aim OFF

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 8/06/17)
« Reply #823 on: 10:04 PM - 09/06/17 »
Advanced Settings can be confusing until you get used to playing around with it. I would suggest you make Two Destiny configs. The one you have now and then create a brand new one from the games library. Then take my whole setup code and paste it into your new Destiny config. This will give you everything I'm currently using, all curves, sub configs, button layouts, etc. Then just rummage through my setup and reassign buttons to your liking.

For info on how to copy/paste an entire setup. Click on the link in my signature to Advanced Settings. Then find the video that walks you through it.

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Re: Destiny: My Advanced Setup (Updated 8/06/17)
« Reply #824 on: 10:06 PM - 09/06/17 »
Btw... not everyone enjoys using Advanced Settings. You can play without them and just crank up your sensitivities. It's not as enjoyable IMO, but it can be done. 


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