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[Hook][1.7.10] mouse sensitivity


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One of the items in my mod allows the user to zoom in at a location which I did using the FOV hook. However, I have noticed that there is no hook for the mouse sensitivity. It is simply hard coded to directly use the value of the sensitivity slider and I can't override that without changing the value of the slider (which is not optimal), overriding the whole entityRendere class, overriding the gameSettings class, or using ASM. Note; I am using minecraft 1.7.10, this would be of no use to me in forge for 1.8. The troublesome code where it would be nice to have a hook added:




        if (this.mc.inGameHasFocus && flag)
            float f1 = this.mc.gameSettings.mouseSensitivity * 0.6F + 0.2F; //Right here. Note the direct access to the variable
            float f2 = f1 * f1 * f1 * 8.0F;
            float f3 = (float)this.mc.mouseHelper.deltaX * f2;
            float f4 = (float)this.mc.mouseHelper.deltaY * f2;
            byte b0 = 1;

            if (this.mc.gameSettings.invertMouse)
                b0 = -1;

            if (this.mc.gameSettings.smoothCamera)
                this.smoothCamYaw += f3;
                this.smoothCamPitch += f4;
                float f5 = p_78480_1_ - this.smoothCamPartialTicks;
                this.smoothCamPartialTicks = p_78480_1_;
                f3 = this.smoothCamFilterX * f5;
                f4 = this.smoothCamFilterY * f5;
                this.mc.thePlayer.setAngles(f3, f4 * (float)b0);
                this.mc.thePlayer.setAngles(f3, f4 * (float)b0);



BTW: If anyone knows a good way to do this without a new code or ASM, I would be happy to here it. I should mention I did try overriding the instance of the mouseHelper class with my own that undid the math of the sensitivity code and used my own modifications but the use of integers rendered it a useless change due to it being impossible to move the perspective below certain mouse speeds.

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What do you want to do with it? You can just access the mouse sensitivity with



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No new features are going into 1.7.10, and you've already stated that this value can be edited in the game settings directly. You would just have to store the value and revert it before the next time the config was saved.

I'm not seeing anything in here that needs a hook, and definitely not seeing anything that warrants asm.

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sure, I'll do it that way but I should have asked for this back in 1.6 when I started my mod (I didn't because forge for 1.6 was not being updated due to 1.7 being out). Would it be possible to have this in forge for 1.8? FOV got one and its in the same boat.

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