These are the coming changes in KISS slated for implementation when 0.9.2 is released. Due to extensive travel and less actual game playing time, I am reducing the workload involved in keeping multiple mods functional during game versions. So as mods start to “break” due to game version changes, they may disappear from these pages and be replaced by new ones. I will keep the XVM versions updated and working as much as possible.
Standardization of the XVM Configuration. This will allow less confusion and simpler updates. In reviewing the differences between Standard and Enhanced there were only 2, the Over Target Markers and the Mini Map Labels. In the new version there are three differences. In Standard I have reverted to the 6 layers of Win8 ratings. In Enhanced I have stayed with the 9 layers of ratings.
In the new Standard I am using a mixture of the old OTM and the Enhanced OTM (Extended) Markers
For now, I will provide two downloads Standard and Enhanced, but at some point in the future, only Standard will be available. In the Alternative Settings directory, you will find the changes to make Standard into Enhanced, or to do your own mix and match and create an interface you enjoy using.
The major change here will be in Cross Hairs. As of CT#2 the KISS and Version 2 are not working properly. They will not allow configuration changes via the in game interface. So I will attempt to fix them, but in the meantime, I have found working replacements.
For Standard and Mix and Match A, I will be using my configuration of Alternative Minimalist Cross Hairs . It is configured to provide a look and feel very close to the KISS version. Configuration may be changed in teh res_mods/x.x.x/gui/scaleform/MS.xml file (using Notepad)
For Enhanced and Mix and Match B, I will be using a modified version of Pricel’s Cross Hairs. Very few configuration options.
I will include a list of files, so you can delete either and use a cross hair mod of your own selection.