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J1mB0’s Crosshair Mod #2

A New Crosshair Mode of the player J1mB0’s. Compatible with World of Tanks 0.9.6

Author: J1mB091

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Changelog 1.47

– World of Tanks v0.9.6 supported
– Fixed one error in J1mB091.pyc

Installation – Crosshair:

– Copy the all folder from the archive to:
“\World of Tanks\res_mods”

– Copy the “CROSSHAIR_PANEL_STRATEGIC.SWF” you like from “arty-mode\version\type” folder to:
“\World of Tanks\res_mods\0.9.6\gui\scaleform”

Download:

J1mB0_s_Crosshair_Mod_v1.47_-_Curse_Client (1.05 Mb)

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33 thoughts on “J1mB0’s Crosshair Mod #2

    • if you right click on the wot icon on your desktop and select open file location and res mods is there , if its not there then its because the mod you download want you to put it there.

  1. wtf … i will copy / extract the files in my own res_mod-folder, but if i do this, any time comes a new, separate res_mod-folder inside my res_mod in 8.8.
    what the hell goes wrong?

  2. Not working with 9.0

    I put the downloaded files in res_mod. In game crosshair is shown but cross and the aiming point are not overlapping but are on different places (side by side).

  3. hey i got it..but its in down left corner, i can just see it,how do i move it to the very center?where to change digits to move it?
    thx for reply
    kris-

  4. Mod works except I have “undefined” on one side of the sight…what causes this and how can I get it to register my tank health?

  5. oye tengo una pregunta, me funciona bien el mod y todo eso pero lo que quiero saber es que si hay alguna manera de que se desactive el entrar con la rueda de el raton esque no me gusta y prefiero entrar con el shift

  6. I put you in English to make it easier
    hey i have a question, I mod works fine and all that but I want to know is if there is any way to disable that come with the mouse wheel esque I do not like and prefer to go with the shift

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