Discussion in 'Hunter (HFT) & Field Target (FT)' started by Brian.Samson, May 26, 2014.
If it helps, FOV for a 60x52 mag march is 0.333 degrees on 60x.
Cheers Rob, that'll help me to sanity check the display.
Of course if it's not about right then having a variable mag and being able to enter a FOV value might be a bit too much hassle.
I'll take it one step at a time I think
Added Scope magnification as an option now - you can't alter it on the course though, so if you pick a really windy course and a very high mag, you might not be able to aim off enough to hit the killzone.
The mildots are set to be true at 16x mag - the Nikko ret should be about right though at any mag.
When is the HFT version coming out Brian. Im looking forward to that one
Great Fun :lev
That's you out of the "magic circle" then Brian
For the newbies
Bump to the top for a great game.
This is Cool!!!!! Especially for newbies like me.
now I know where I'm going wrong sell my gun and just play the game, just not as much fun with the wind. rain and banter
Thanks again Brian. Going to have to read it a couple of times for it to sink in!
Brian, any chance the dink dot could be a lighter colour to stand out against the dark red? Using a high res laptop screen now I struggle to see it at all.
I will if I can find some time.. don't hold your breath though, I'm mega busy at the moment.
Brian awesome JS work! BUT there is a mistake. A killzone (4cm) should be equals to 1 point of mildot on 40m distance and 24x mag. Now it is not.
upd: sorry, as you wrote in #183 post: x16 - true mag.
And you can make it works with a touch devices:
Also I recommend to disable a click events for a touch devices, and add a button:
One more thing: Sightron (MOA-2) Rectile:
Nice work, thanks
I'll have to create a git repo and you can do a pull request.
It was only thrown together for a bit of fun while Leanne was in hospital, gave me something to do while waiting around
Nice! But I am not so professional as you ) I am a backend developer. But I hope I can add some features to this project
If you know how to use Git, I've pushed the code onto a public repo
Create a branch and a pull request and I can add your code into the master branch and release it
p.s. I'm not a front end dev either - .NET C# - I can get by with JS if I really have to
Ok, sure I use a git.
And one more fix:
wind speed in m/s
Adding your Sightron ret and I'll add the m/s wind speed thing.
Might need a more robust test for a mobile device than (screen.width > 1100) though, before adding touch support.
I'll push the ret and m/s features to master and you can have a play
Sure! Git commits - done.
(screen.width > 1100) - disables a mouse click on the devices with a small screens. There is no mouse..so...