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Re: Anyone out there think the engineering tool when being used is too bright?

Jan 31, 2010

looks about as bright as it should be to me here is a pic 

 

http://i49.tinypic.com/fonpdc.jpg

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Re: Anyone out there think the engineering tool when being used is too bright?

Jan 31, 2010

dk1287 wrote:

Big_E-777 wrote:
What about turning the brightness down on your tv?
Haha. It'd be easier if the dev's fixed it!
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Seriously though, I would do that if it bugs you.  

 


 

Actually, the DEVs should fix this. 

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Re: Anyone out there think the engineering tool when being used is too bright?

Jan 31, 2010

I have an older television that isn't too lit up in the first place, and the flickering bothers me exactly 0%.

 

It's just...there. Not an eyesore. Just there. I'm usually focusing on the minimap so someone doesn't rush behind me and knife me.

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Jan 31, 2010

Albert_Wesker_09 wrote:

looks about as bright as it should be to me here is a pic 

 

http://i49.tinypic.com/fonpdc.jpg


 

 

There is a BIG difference between natural lighting from arc weilding than there is from a SIMULATED arc weilding. 

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Re: Anyone out there think the engineering tool when being used is too bright?

Jan 31, 2010
how do u figure this the same as that anyways, i mean its a fix all tool that makes a light and wrench sounds... its not like there is something to compare it to...
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Re: Anyone out there think the engineering tool when being used is too bright?

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bigbambooski wrote:
how do u figure this the same as that anyways, i mean its a fix all tool that makes a light and wrench sounds... its not like there is something to compare it to...

 

I'm not entirely understanding what you're saying, but if I had to guess, you are saying "how else could Zipper replicate the engineer tool?" 

 

 

Well, use other games as examples like Battlefield 2, there were engineers in that game, and they had a wrench being the tool, so no need for a massively illuminated rapidly flickering light. 

 

 

You have used the tool haven't you? 

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Feb 4, 2010

i repair all the time sometimes i forget the light is there cuz i watch the minimap yet still get killed  by sneaky people -.-;

hell sometime i even get burned while repairing lmao

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Re: Anyone out there think the engineering tool when being used is too bright?

Feb 4, 2010
they should let you ADS on that thing the sight is obviously a dark film to allow the repairer to see
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Re: Anyone out there think the engineering tool when being used is too bright?

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Re: Anyone out there think the engineering tool when being used is too bright?

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X-AroGantz-X wrote:

http://forums.mag.com/mag/board/message?board.id=generaldiscussion&thread.id=241942

 


 

 

Lol. You linked to a thread that I linked this thread to. I made my thread a few days ago. 

 

 

Fail. 

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