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Old 06-19-2005, 03:33 PM   #11
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Originally posted by PaintBaller1818
Board - WAS 2.8

Dwell - 8
Debounce - 2
Eyes - Forced
BIP Delay - 0.1
Ram Delay - 15.0
Bolt Delay - 0.1

I have my settings at the ones above, and I seem to be chopping way more than I should (10 balls a hopper) Which setting should I change to make sure this doesn't happen?

I also am confused after I break a ball, is ther anyway to "clean" the eyes so that I don;t continue to chop paint due.
EDIT: sorry about the double post
Up your BIP delay a bit. Are you sure they are chops and not barrel breaks?
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