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1 minute ago, ProuDBeasT said:

Is there a way to change the sensitivity for any scope (holo, 6x or 10x for now) without changing the ADS sensitivity?

Maybe using the other sensitivity scalars?

Doesn't seem like the scalars do anything unfortunately, so it's all tied to the same sensitivity at the moment.

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how i can convert overwatch or fortnite sens to this game?if i use the same fov that i have on ow and convert ow sens to cs go i have the same sens?

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Hey guys i'm having trouble transferring my Fortnite targeting to Apex Legends ADS. My targeting for Fortnite is .700 but it asks for sensitivity 1 in the Apex Legends ADS thing. What do I put there?

Edited by imnate2k

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11 minutes ago, imnate2k said:

Hey guys i'm having trouble transferring my Fortnite targeting to Apex Legends ADS. My targeting for Fortnite is .700 but it asks for sensitivity 1 in the Apex Legends ADS thing. What do I put there?

Your hipfire sensitivity.

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it says its not affected by fov but if i try to change it to 110 (from 90)  the sensitivity changes. is it okay?

Edited by simone1

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31 minutes ago, simone1 said:

it says its not affected by fov but if i try to change it to 110 (from 90)  the sensitivity changes. is it okay?

That means the game itself doesn't scale the pitch/yaw according to the user's fov. Your cm/360 will not change if you change the fov.

The calculator on the other hand will output a new result for a different fov when using an fov scaling method (everything except 360 distance).

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6 hours ago, DPI Wizard said:

Your hipfire sensitivity.

Is it my fortnite hipfire or my apex legends hip fire. and either one I choose it says its to low and gives me a really high sensitivity for apex legends ADS.

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If I want my ads to match as close as possible to bf4 ads with uniform soldier aim turned on, should I just set the scalier to 1.33 like bf has it set? 

 

Edit: I went and read some more around the forums and realized this was not the smartest thing I have ever thought would work right. I think I may have it figured out for this game though, and I no longer use 360 distance but now use horizontal monitor distance. 

Edited by The_Betrayer1

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I personally use view speed for scopes. But for the precise matches - 1.33 is 75% match (CS, BF). 0% is COD, OW, etc. It depends on what you are used to really. The video covers it pretty well.

 

Edit, I thought bf was 0% for some reason, it's 75%, so 1.33 is correct for 1:1

Edited by VyelOne
Incorrect information

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Hey guys, just find out in the apex config file, there are more than one slide converting ADS. The following I believe is also working for some scopes:

mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_0 "1.15"
mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_1 "1.0"
mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_2 "1.0"
mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_3 "1.0"
mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_4 "1.0"
mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_5 "1.0"

Due to inefficient knowledge to test it, I wanna ask all the people that can test it to have a look at it so that our aiming, without using 0% monitor distance, can be also good.  I personally prefer 100% monitor distance. How can I adjust the sens so that the whole sens is parallel to 100% MM?

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21 hours ago, DPI Wizard said:

Config file is added, which supports at least 6 decimals.

Also updated with holo, 6x and 10x.

It is a bit inaccurate, which is why scope calculations will be off by a few counts.

Hey @DPI Wizard I'm assuming ADS = iron sights (no scope equipped) and holo = 1x RDS/holo/any 1x?

Edited by Carlos Resurreccion

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5 hours ago, Xin Hu said:

Hey guys, just find out in the apex config file, there are more than one slide converting ADS. The following I believe is also working for some scopes:

mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_0 "1.15"
mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_1 "1.0"
mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_2 "1.0"
mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_3 "1.0"
mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_4 "1.0"
mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_5 "1.0"

Due to inefficient knowledge to test it, I wanna ask all the people that can test it to have a look at it so that our aiming, without using 0% monitor distance, can be also good.  I personally prefer 100% monitor distance. How can I adjust the sens so that the whole sens is parallel to 100% MM?

I haven't found any of them other than 0 to have any effect unfortunately.

39 minutes ago, Carlos Resurreccion said:

Hey @DPI Wizard I'm assuming ADS = iron sights (no scope equipped) and holo = 1x RDS/holo/any 1x?

Correct AFAIK, but I haven't tested all ADS and all 1x yet.

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7 minutes ago, DPI Wizard said:

106.26 ;)

thanks for the help!

btw I cannot put 2 decimals ingame

is fov 106.26=cl_fovScale "1.518" on cfg file?

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Just now, pepperoni said:

thanks for the help!

btw I cannot put 2 decimals ingame

is fov 106.26=cl_fovScale "1.518" on cfg file?

Correct. The in-game slider is very inaccurate any way, even if you enter the number manually.

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So is 87 FOV in game roughly the same as Overwatch at 103 FOV?  Or did I mess something up?   If I want it exact, what do I edit in the config file?  The only item I found was cl_fovScale "1.23375"   Thanks!

CALCULATIONS
176.png Overwatch - All
Sensitivity 1:
Sensitivity 2.3
Multiplier 1:
Widowmaker/Ana - Relative Aim Sensitivity While Zoomed 37.89
Ashe - Relative Aim Sensitivity While Zoomed 51.47
360° distance:
14.8221 inches
Config FOV:
Field of View 103
Actual VFOV:
70.53 degrees
Actual HFOV:
103 degrees
 
 
 
378.png Apex Legends - All w/ ADS
Sensitivity 1:
mouse_sensitivity "0.694453"
Multiplier 1:
mouse_zoomed_sensitivity_scalar_0 "1.000000"
360° distance:
14.7271 inches
Config FOV:
Field of View 87
Actual VFOV:
70.88 degrees
Actual HFOV:
103.36 degrees

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1 hour ago, DPI Wizard said:

106.26 ;)

I thought the FOV on Apex was 4:3 based? Wouldn't that mean you should still set your FOV to 90 if you want 106.26 horizontal?

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12 hours ago, The_Betrayer1 said:

If I want my ads to match as close as possible to bf4 ads with uniform soldier aim turned on, should I just set the scalier to 1.33 like bf has it set? 

 

Edit: I went and read some more around the forums and realized this was not the smartest thing I have ever thought would work right. I think I may have it figured out for this game though, and I no longer use 360 distance but now use horizontal monitor distance. 

The scalar is not the same as USA, it's the same as Soldier Zoom Aim Sensitivity. Apex is locked to the equivalent of USA 0%.

1 minute ago, RexVoluntas said:

I thought the FOV on Apex was 4:3 based? Wouldn't that mean you should still set your FOV to 90 if you want 106.26 horizontal?

BFV use vdeg, so 90 in BFV = 121.28 hdeg, which equals 106.26 4:3 based, all assuming the monitor is 16:9 though.

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1 minute ago, DPI Wizard said:

BFV use vdeg, so 90 in BFV = 121.28 hdeg, which equals 106.26 4:3 based, all assuming the monitor is 16:9 though.

Ahhh, I got confused because in BFV you can see both vertical and horizontal. 🙄

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1 minute ago, RexVoluntas said:

Ahhh, I got confused because in BFV you can see both vertical and horizontal. 🙄

It's very confusing, you configure 90 and is tells you 106 horizontal, but that is 4:3 FOV.

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11 minutes ago, DPI Wizard said:

The scalar is not the same as USA, it's the same as Soldier Zoom Aim Sensitivity. Apex is locked to the equivalent of USA 0%.

Thank you for the response, so since the scalar is not the same as USA I will never be able to get it exact since they don't currently allow per optic adjustments correct? What is the easiest way to get pretty close just put in 1.33 for the scalar and call it a day or should I calculate say the rds in bf4 and then the holo in apex and use the scalar provided by the calculator which is around 1.10?

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1 minute ago, The_Betrayer1 said:

 or should I calculate say the rds in bf4 and then the holo in apex and use the scalar provided by the calculator which is around 1.10?

This would make most sense :)

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1 minute ago, DPI Wizard said:

This would make most sense :)

I have been a member here a long time, but don't post much. Just used the calculator and never looked into it much. This place is awesome and the more I read the more I learn. Thank you for the help. 

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