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not really? guess I could draw it...but I got the lazies.basically making it so that one receiver can only be triggered by a direct hit, while the other recievers would be triggered by a hit from the sides.
i am in no way an expert in any of the things you're trying to do, but...for the angle shots....I think you'd need multiple sensors. like one that is shrouded in such a way that it can only be triggered from a very narrow angle shot (like maybe 15 degrees off center) and then one or more sensors around it that would be able to catch the signals coming in at an angle (similarly shrouded probably). then if the main sensor gets hit, you do one thing, if the others you play the *wifff* sound
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yeah, the pentaprism was where I was getting lead...but...dem's spensive. guess i'll be cutting up a $5 pair of glasses instead
sure.....but....I'd like to start from scratch. that said, if I can't find what I'm looking for, for cheap, then that's the way i'll go
if you don't care that the minimum height would change, you could just add some blocks between the current lift and the seat to increase the max height.
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