This is a little app I made that might be handy for some people.
What does it do?
This draws a crosshair on the specified process until it is told to stop. This will flicker a little as it tries to draw the pixels over the normal ones as fast as it can.
How to use:
- Run the app and click 'Process'
- Type in a valid process name (including the file extension) and click 'OK'.
- Click 'Start'
- Change the settings as desired and press 'Stop' to stop drawing the crosshair
OMG! What ze feck? The crosshair is still there!
This program changes the pixels on your screen to 'draw' the crosshair. Just hover your mouse over the crosshair or drag a window over the crosshair and voila, it's fixed.
HUH? The crosshair isn't aligned!
Click 'Settings' and click 'Move Crosshair Up' or 'Move Crosshair Down'. The offset/settings are saved automatically.
Why doesn't this work on fullscreen?!
It's because it doesn't!
Undetected, not bannable! Only uses the setPixel API to change your screen's pixels. It does not read, write or hook onto any processes or process memory. The only information it 'grabs' is the window position and size.
- Added an auto-save feature for the position of the crosshair
- Added more epic designs
- Added colour choices (red, green, blue)
Too lazy to take a screenshot on Black Ops. Also, why are screenshots like broken? :/
master131 (me) - Coding and other stuff
Jason - Helping me with some DLL imports
House - Testing the program
Blubb1337 - Helping me implement convery's idea
convery - For the saving offsets idea