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KO2CV - 0.94

Posted: Sat Apr 21, 2007 8:14 pm
by Steve Camber
Features

- An option can be set in the KO2CV menu to record the joystick input in replays.

- There is no need to specify a new filename inbetween matches when you want to save replays. Just keep hitting F1 during games to add more replays to the same save file. It is best to start a new save file after watching your replays in the action replay section.

Both features could do with some extra testing :D

Download

http://www.camber.demon.co.uk/KO2CV

Posted: Sun Apr 22, 2007 12:11 am
by Torchiador
WOW! I tried it in practice mode! it is possible to see the arrows (joystick directions) in normal replays too without recording!, with slow motion!

Posted: Sun Apr 22, 2007 8:58 am
by Stainy
That replay thing will be well handy.. how many times have I lost a brilliant goal by forgetting to change filename or save disk!!

Recording joystick input ? whats that for... I can only guess it`s used for the replay viewer maybe ??

will download and test soon as I can get in the spare room ( Mum is in there atm !! ) :)

Posted: Sun Apr 22, 2007 9:36 am
by Torchiador
Stainy wrote:Recording joystick input ? whats that for... I can only guess it`s used for the replay viewer maybe ??



Used in replay view only, and to see joystick input, you have to set the appropriate option in KO2CV menu.

Posted: Sun Apr 22, 2007 11:00 am
by Steve Camber
Just to make it clear:

Image

With the option switched on, in the top right corner of the screen the joystick input is displayed during a replay.

In this picture, TeamA is going up with fire pressed, and TeamB is running in the down+right diagonal.

There is a minor glitch with the lines under players. Maybe I'll fix it one day ;)

Posted: Sun Apr 22, 2007 11:50 am
by Stainy
Steve Camber wrote:Just to make it clear:

Image

With the option switched on, in the top right corner of the screen the joystick input is displayed during a replay.

In this picture, TeamA is going up with fire pressed, and TeamB is running in the down+right diagonal.

There is a minor glitch with the lines under players. Maybe I'll fix it one day ;)


ok why ? :)

Posted: Sun Apr 22, 2007 5:02 pm
by gdh82
Brilliant stuff, Steve! 8):)8) Haven't had chance to take a look at these yet but will do soon! Thanks Mr C! :)

Stainy wrote:ok why ? :)


I imagine having the joystick movements displayed in the replay might help me suss things out that work/don't work e.g when a goal does't quite come off - showing I used aftertouch before pressing the button !!! :oops: I can imagine me using that option quite a lot!!! :lol:

PS This is fast turning into a perfect day - first Bham win and go top of the league and later I learn that Steve's produced a new CV! YEESSSS!! 8)

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2007 6:34 pm
by gdh82
Had a quick go to test out the joystick input replays and its really good! :)

In practice mode, I tried to trap and move around the keeper but hit the ball wide :oops: I thought this was because I accidentally hit diagonal rather than up but it wasn't......it looks like I did everything right but still didn't score????

How come the player is still pointing diagonal when I'm pressing up?

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2007 7:09 pm
by Steve Camber
gdh82 wrote:In practice mode, I tried to trap and move around the keeper but hit the ball wide :oops: I thought this was because I accidentally hit diagonal rather than up but it wasn't......it looks like I did everything right but still didn't score????

How come the player is still pointing diagonal when I'm pressing up?

Sorry Garry, I've watch that video about 10 times but I still can't see anything wrong with it!

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2007 7:11 pm
by gdh82
Steve Camber wrote:How come the player is still pointing diagonal when I'm pressing up?

Sorry Garry, I've watch that video about 10 times but I still can't see anything wrong with it![/quote]

I'm sorry too if I've uncovered (another) ko2 mystery! :wink: I can remember missing from a similar position to this several times in the past!

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2007 8:50 pm
by Stainy
You are pointing diagonal when you kick it.. then you go up after you`ve kicked it ? ...

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2007 9:03 pm
by Bounty Bob
You are clearly on the diagonal when you press the button and when your man starts moving up, the joystick is showing up but by then the ball is safely into touch.

Posted: Mon Apr 23, 2007 9:38 pm
by Abyss
Yup. No mystery here - it's clear you shot when facing diagonally up.