Including Bluetooth, LED, rumbles, gyros, CPU load, battery information, and a live VM tuner. A complete IDE with integrated GPC compiler, debugging capabilities, and built-in script publishing interface.
Zen Studio’s intuitive interface has been designed with the very latest Windows 10 libraries to give you the most optimum experience. The first panel as you load Zen Studio is the interface that links directly to our famous GPC Script Library, which is exclusive only to Cronus Community Members.
Get fast, direct access to thousands of free, ready to use scripts for the very latest games. Simply drag and drop onto one of Zen’s memory slots, select which fully customizable Mods you wish to use with an intuitive configuration interface.
Every MOD can then be configured in real-time during gameplay without a PC using the OLED Gamecock Menu system, a feature exclusive only to Cronus Zen. Cronus Zen provides the highest speed and aiming accuracy possible for console shooters with precision Mouse & Keyboard optimization for the biggest FPS games.
These are a specific set of remaps and sensitivity adjustments that can be loaded on to one of the Zen Memory Slots. This is a fantastic tool for recording and creating advanced combos for games like Mortal Kombat & Street Fighter.
You can include (or exclude) the data from accelerometers and/or DS4 Touchpad, as well as set a custom stick dead zone. These are a specific set of remaps and sensitivity adjustments that can be loaded on to one of the Zen Memory Slots.
L2 defense has received an upgrade to stop the sliding and stay in front of your man during ISO plays. -Added half spin to the dribble sets for ankle breakers -Fixed crash from adjusting meter in game UPDATE for v2.0 -Buttons mapped differently to allow L1 to be used for calling plays and square to reach for steals.
-Meter can now be adjusted on the fly -Dribble moves are adjustable for sticks adding momentum and momentum behind the back ==Button Layout============ Shooting Center with Stick = HOLD R2(PS4) / RT(XBOX) and then HOLD L1(PS4) / LB(XBOX) Shooting with button = HOLD Square(PS4) / Cross(XBOX) and it will vibrate and release on its own Adjust the Stick Meter = HOLD L1(PS4)/LB(XBOX) and PRESS D-PAD LEFT to move stick left and PRESS D-PAD RIGHT to move stick high Adjust the delay for button shooting = HOLD Square(PS4) / Cross(XBOX) and PRESS D-PAD LEFT to move stick left and PRESS D-PAD RIGHT to move stick right Dribbles = HOLD R2(PS4) / RT(XBOX) and PRESS L3 for left hand or PRESS R3 for right-hand dribbles Toggle Shooting activation (LED OFF/ON) = HOLD Options(PS4)/Menu(XBOX) and PRESS Square. Toggle Advanced Defense Mod = HOLD Options(PS4)/Menu(XBOX) and PRESS L2 Advanced Defense = HOLD L2+R2(PS4) or HOLD LT+RT(XBOX) the controller will vibrate while in advanced defense.
If it's early or late use the instructions above to adjust it. Which jump shot script is the best ? Mine since I made it =] They are pretty much all coded the same as you need the same numbers to green.
// // If too late decrease // // If too early increase // int delay = 21 ; // //========================= //========================= // Enabled Dribbles? When we first start practicing Zen meditation, there is this voracious curiosity to learn more about this fascinating philosophy.
Luckily, there are several books that explore this vast subject in great detail. The book contains mindfulness advice from one of the greatest authorities on Zen, Which That Hand.
It is full of useful guidelines and principles for leading a mindful, peaceful life and helping those around you do the same. What’s truly wonderful about this book is that the author has lived by these guidelines and principles all his life.
Exiled from his native country Vietnam for his participation in the peace movement, Which That Hand has since lived in France. Though he has authored several books on Zen and on the life and teachings of the Buddha, Peace is Every Step deserves a special mention in this list because it presents mindfulness principles in the context of everyday life.
Which That Hand acknowledges the sorrows and challenges of modern life, but draws our attention back to the power of the present moment. While practicing Taken meditation, it’s important to approach the subject with a beginner’s mind.
And that is the idea Suzuki presents in an eloquent style while demystifying a complex subject like Zen. Suzuki provides helpful and thought-provoking truths about meditation for anyone who wants to lead a more mindful life.
Best quote from the book: “What we call “I” is just a swinging door which moves when we inhale and when we exhale.” If you’ve ever wanted to learn about the history of Buddhism and Zen, this is the book you should read.
Watts effectively outlines the history of Buddhism, its roots in Vedic philosophy, and its travel through China to Japan. Like Zen itself, Alan Watts’ style is simple, straightforward, and devoid of unnecessary jargon.
Any Zen reading list would be incomplete without a book containing the teachings of the Dalai Lama. This book is a series of interviews and meetings between Dr. Howard Cutler and the Dalai Lama, as His Holiness explores many facets of everyday life, including relationships, loss, and the pursuit of wealth, and illustrates how one can ride through life’s challenges and obstacles to lead a more peaceful, mindful life.
Though not as comprehensive and detailed as other books in this list, Tableau’s passion for the subject and his enthusiasm to share insights on Zen is remarkable. Editor’s Note: This article was first published on Dec 6, 2016 and has been updated regularly since then for relevance and comprehensiveness.
Interested to learn more about Zen philosophy, teachings, and practice? You have the latest version of Zen Studio installed, your controller is connected and working without any issues and everything is golden.
If this is your first time jumping into the world of gaming mods, it's probably a little daunting and overwhelming. It can be a bit much if you don't know what you are doing, and it's probably driving you crazy playing against other guys online only to get crushed over and over, you just want to get in there and game on the same level as they are.
Then it can get really complex with Anti-Recoil or Aim-Assist type Mods that use in-game rumble frequency to determine exactly how to adjust your weapon and its interaction with other players in real-time. Gamecocks are a handpicked selection of favorite pre-configured Mods, built by expert gamers from the awesome Cronus Community and also by members of the Collective Minds Compass team (marked as ).
They are available to download directly in the Zen Studio software, and include the Gamecock Configuration Interface (or GCI as we call it), which gives easy access to each MOD and the ability to activate them with a simple click, along with multiple options that you will eventually be familiar with as you become comfortable with your MOD playing style. Open Zen Studio, click on the Programmer tab, make sure the ZEN icon is highlighted in Blue, then select the Gamecock you want from the list on the right and drag it to one of the eight available memory slots (see image above).
The Zen OLED Menu System is a new groundbreaking feature that allows the configuration and tuning of dozens of different Mod modes and combinations, on-the-fly and in seconds, all from an easy to read OLED interface. This is done by pressing the Memory Slot Button (P1) until the logo of the Gamecock you wish to use appears on the OLED screen.
When you see the logo of this Gamecock displayed on the screen, simply hold LT/L2 & press MENU/OPTIONS to access the Mod Menu System. Quick Toggles allow you to access the OLED Menu System and instantly enable/disable active Mods while gaming.