Crosshair Customizer

Adds a few different options for customizing the crosshair


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This mod allows you to customize your crosshair in a few different ways:

Overall Crosshair Scale: This is a number input (with decimals) that controls the scale of the crosshair. 1 is default, 0.5 is half size and 2 is double size

Action Progress Bar Fill Mode: This offers 28 different options for how the crosshair's action bar should fill. The default is Radial360 Top CW meaning that the image fills in around in a circle starting a the Top going in a Clockwise (CW) direction. Give a few different options a try to find the one you want.

Action Progress Bar: This is a file input. Putting an image here will make it appear instead of the game's default circle. Default Action Progress Bar

Crosshair - Default: This is a file input. Putting an image here will make it appear instead of the game's default crosshair. Crosshair - Default

Crosshair - Mineable: This is a file input. Putting an image here will make it appear instead of the game's mineable crosshair. Crosshair - Mineable

Crosshair - Shovel: This is a file input. Putting an image here will make it appear instead of the game's shovel crosshair. Crosshair - Shovel

Crosshair - Shear: This is a file input. Putting an image here will make it appear instead of the game's shear crosshair. Crosshair - Shear

Crosshair - Bucket: This is a file input. Putting an image here will make it appear instead of the game's bucket crosshair. Crosshair - Bucket

Crosshair - Machete: This is a file input. Putting an image here will make it appear instead of the game's machete crosshair. Crosshair - Machete

Crosshair - Choppable: This is a file input. Putting an image here will make it appear instead of the game's coppable crosshair. Crosshair - Choppable

Each of the file inputs also has it's own scale option that behaves the same as the Overall Crosshair Scale but only applies to the one image. These scales apply on top of each other. For example, if you have the overall scale at 3 and an image's scale at 0.5, the resulting scale will be 3 x 0.5 = 1.5

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Description last changed on 2024-03-07