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  1. Thanks a lot for the reply! Yeah, been testing with the settings now and I could feel the difference and understand why they'd want to play at a lower res! Also, can you please tell me whether Dune has an attack move feature akin to TS? I've been trying pretty much every single combination of Ctrl + Shift + Alt + whatever else but it seems like it leads me nowhere Cheers and thanks once more!
  2. Hey there, folks! Title. Saw some tournament videos from this very year and the players were using 1024x768 res. Having downloaded the game recently and making use of most of Gruntsmod's features (1920x1080, switching hotkeys and whatnot), my question is: is there some sort of strict set of rules/settings for competitive play or are such things decided by the players themselves? I ask for I find it odd that what few competitive players (again, those were tournament videos) this game has left would choose 1024x768 over 1920x1080 or any higher res, for that matter (unless this influences gameplay somehow and being a new player I admit I'm unaware of any such thing). Cheers! P.S.: Just a swift question: any news on any upcoming tournament? Thanks again!
  3. As Ferret suggested, there's NohBoard, for example - another one which is quite famous in the SC2 community is this one: http://hot-virtual-keyboard.com/ now, I don't necessarily know how accurate these softwares are as I've never used them myself, but maybe Ferret can clarify (as far as NohBoard goes, at least)? Regards!
  4. Hey there, folks! So, I'd like to ask whether there are any Tiberian Sun multiplayer videos where we can actually see the keyboard of a given player (or some sort of software where we can see what said player is currently pressing on his physical keyboard). I ask this for it would help newcomers better grasp the concept of hotkeys and understand how to properly micro his/her units when in battle/when said units are off-screen. Youtube channels such as Tiberian Sun Adventures go a long way in helping newcomers, but since there's no keyboard representation anywhere and adding to it the fact that spectators can't listen to any kind of sound pertaining exclusively to a specific player, one is kinda always in the dark as to whether a player is microing things off-screen, paying attention to immediate events, etc. So, anything like that on the web (I searched for it, but couldn't find anything)? And in case there isn't, would someone be willing to do something like it for the good of the community (especially newcomers)? Thanks in advance!
  5. Will do, and thanks for pointing a direction out for me And could you please tell me whether Tiberian Sun tournaments are still held regularly by the community? Thanks in advance!
  6. Thanks - some nice matches to check out there However, could you point me out to a channel/replay pack/something which showcases more 1v1 matches? Thanks!
  7. Hey folks So, as I ask on the title, I'd like to watch some pro matches of Tiberian Sun, but I can't seem to find them anywhere. I mean, I did find some, but these were a scant few matches, like 5 at most. Is there any Youtube channel or some such directory where I can find more matches (played by advanced/pro players, that is)? Cheers!
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