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WARNING: DX9+ video card highly recommended. Work on other cards not guaranteed!
ATTENTION: Porting this lens on another rifle\weapon requied X and Y-axis adjustment from scratch!
Fixed lens error on some resolutions.
Installation after SteamPipe Update:
Your should drag-and-drop all folders ("materials" and "models") from archive your are downloadad in your folder "my_custom_stuff" at "...\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Team Fortress 2\tf\custom".
You need to put a notice or warning that you need to change the "viewmodel_fov (number)" to 70 with the console in order for this to work properly. (The default tf2 "viewmodel_fov is 54) I'm not sure if anybody else has had this problem but until I saw the difference in arm length in the screenshots I thought there was something wrong with the alignment.
> **Posted by Stewie_the_janitor**
> Great mod. But I have this odd problem. Let's say for example I'm aiming at another player's head, the image on the lens would not show the head, but instead would show what's behind the other end of the scope.
Look my another mod. It's called v1.5 and 1.6.
Great mod. But I have this odd problem. Let's say for example I'm aiming at another player's head, the image on the lens would not show the head, but instead would show what's behind the other end of the scope.