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Example 3: In the "First Person Shooter" game, 1 click to turn around 180 degrees





Step 1: From the Oscar Main Menu, select Macro Manager from the Task Pull-down Menu of designated mouse button, then you'll see "Macro Manager Menu" pop up.    
Step 2:Input 799 of coordinate value in Mouse Relative Coordinate X Axis Box. >>Click Plug In. Fig.3
Step 3:Select mSec of time unit in the Time unit >> Input23 of time value in Time box. >>Click Plug In.
Step 4:Repeating three times from step 2 to step 3.
Step 5:Input 500 of coordinate value in Mouse Relative Coordinate X Axis Box. >>Click Plug In.
Step 6:Click Plug in in Time Control Area of Macro Manager Menu
Step 7:Input 50 of coordinate value in Mouse Relative Coordinate X Axis Box. >>Click Plug In
Step 8:Click Plug in in Time Control Area of Macro Manager Menu
Step 9: Now your editing area will look like this as figure 3 shows.
Step 10:Click the icon to save the setting.
Lets check it in "First Person Shooter" game practically: In the real FPS shooting games, in the circumstances that your opponents unexpected turn to, or show up on your back, it will be almost impossible to instantly turn around and give them a shot. Or it requires a very high performance mouse to perform turn around actions, but usually it is not fast enough to accomplish the turn around action before your opponent starts to fire. This example demonstrates how powerful it is that it performs automatically the continuous turn around actions in the sudden, while your opponents are not ready to give you the fatal hits! Benefits:This example shows how to perform the turn around action by just one click to the designated button, and sustain your aiming point at the same level. The given 799 relative displacement value is due to, after in practical testing, the games only response to the value less than the maximum horizontal display resolution. For instance, this example is only applicable to the display resolution of 800x600 mode of your LCD display or monitor, Overflow error may occur in case the value is out of your display boundary. Meanwhile, the time interval is inserted between each action and the same action is repeated by 6 times, this is due to after practical testing, we found the FPS games will not properly response for the time interval shorter than 20 ms.

Example 4: In "First Person Shooter" game, 1 click to suppress guns recoil by changing cursor relative displacement.

Step 1: From the Oscar Main Menu, select Macro Manager from the Task Pull-down Menu of designated mouse button, then you'll see "Macro Manager Menu" pop up.    
Step 2: Click the Non Recycle Macro of the Macro Manager Menu. >>Select Recycle macro>>Select Press to start, Release to stop. Fig.4
Step 3:Tick the box of Add delay automatically while release" >>Select mSec of time unit in the Time unit. >>Input 110 of time value in Time box.
Step 4:Click Left Button on "Mouse Simulation Area".
Step 5:Input 3 of coordinate value in Mouse Relative Coordinate Y Axis box. >>Click Plug In
Step 6: Repeating Step 4
Step 7:Input 8 of coordinate value in Mouse Relative Coordinate Y Axis box. >>Click Plug In.
Step 8:Repeating 7 times from step 6 to step 7.
Step 9: Now your editing area will look like this as figure 4 shows. Step 10:Click the icon to save the setting
Lets check it in "First Person Shooter" game practically: This instance is similar to the example 2, but it offers faster shooting speed while perform the same effect of suppressing the guns recoil. For those FPS professional gamers, they are capable to perform precise and difficult manual actions of suppressing guns recoil during the consecutive shooting by moving the moue back and forth so as to keep the impact at the same point. Now, by using this instance, you can do the same expertise with one click to the designated mouse button. In the CS practical testing, we found this instance is very useful for the rifle types like AK47 and M4A1, but for those less recoil rifles such as MP5, you may reduce the relative displacement value.
Benefits:This example shows how to integrate the Mouse Relative Displacement and Recycle Macro to perform the professional actions during the game play. This example demonstrates how to suppress the guns recoil by compensating the Y relative displacement value to reduce each shooting deviation, and hence increase the shooting precision. The Y relative displacement values are in the reducing order as in the practical game testing, we found the guns recoil is increased gradually with each bullet is short. And you may decide how many bullets will be shot by performing the Recycle Macro option; the consecutive shooting will be ceased while the designated mouse button is released.

Example 5:In CS game, 1 Click to Buy All Weapons and Accessories

Step 1: From the Oscar Main Menu, select Macro Manager from the Task Pull-down Menu of designated mouse button, then you'll see " Macro Manager Menu" pop up.  
Step 2: Tick the box of Add delay automatically while press and Add delay automatically while release. >>Select mSec of time unit in the Time unit. >>Input 20 of time value in Time box. Fig. 5
Step 3: Click "B 4 6 B 1 4 B 8 2 B 6 B 7 O 4 O 3 O 3 O 5 B 8 6" on "Keyboard Simulation Area.
Step 4: Now your editing area will look like this as figure 5 shows.
Step 5: Click the icon to save the setting
Lets check it in "First Person Shooter" game practically: By pressing on the designated mouse button, it will automatically perform all the consecutive actions either to buy all weapons and its accessories, such as AWP, KEVLAR+HELMET, HE GRENADE, FLASH, DEFUSAL KIT, DESERTEAGLE, SMOKE GRENADE, BUY PRIMARY AMMO, BUY SECONDARY AMMO or quick assignment of the team tasks. In the FPS games like CS (Counter Strike), while the game is re-started, it is crucial to buy all the equipments and assign the team tasks as soon as possible, so that you can take advantage of time and position to combat with your opponents. Benefits: This example demonstrates the powerful Keyboard Macro Commands. With one click on the designated mouse button, all the weapons and its accessories are consecutively and purchased, and the team tasks are assigned automatically. This functionality can also be applied to those popular Windows applications such as Photoshop and Word to improve the office efficiency.

Example 6: Quick perform settings in the PROE2001

This example requires initial setup in the three parts, respectively they are computer settings, PROE software settings and Oscar mouse editor software settings.

Step 1: Computer Settings Open "My Computer", on the hard drive D create a new folder "D:\WORK" >>Press "Right Button" of the mouse on "PROE" shortcuts icon >> select "Properties"
Step 2: PROE Software Settings: Open "PROE" software; create a new file under the path that you appointed. Then enter "PROE". Click "Function-- Mapkeys--New--Input the name "D" -- Record -- Feature -- Create-----Surface-------Advanced------Boundaries------Done------Done------Stop-----Confirm-----Save(The system will produce a config.pro file automatically)------OK. A shortcut is established and you can duplicate the same process to organize as many shortcuts as you like in the PROE.
Step 3: Oscar Mouse Editor Software Settins A: Open "Oscar Mouse Editor Software", Please follow the steps: Just double-Click on the Oscar Editor icon on the desktop. ORGo to START >> PROGRAM >> Select Oscar Editor. Now the Oscar Main Menu will pop up as shown on the right.
B:From the Oscar Main Menu, click the File, youll see the Pull-down Menu. >>Select New>> "rename" C:Input the "PROE2001" as script file name >>Select a function key option (for instance the 4thButton) >>Select Keyboard from Task Pull-down Menu, then youll see the below image. >>Click "D" key on below keyboard image. >>Click "File" from Oscar Main Menu >>Click Save as to save settings>> Click the Download to Mouse to store script file to mouse on-board memory.
After you have finished above settings, a specific-PROE-purposed mouse is ready to serve. For instance, to accomplish a PROE solid surface may require 7 steps and now with one click on the designated 4th button of the mouse, all the tasks are accomplished automatically and it saves all the processes usually require lots of efforts and time.

Example 7:Press the designated button and synchronously move the mouse towards , , and to directly perform Zoom In, Zoom Out, I E and E-mail.


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