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What does @dt@ mean in the config tool?


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@dt@ means droptarget @t@ means target. Under port assignments there are pre defined duration/intensity values for the outputs when a dt or a t gets hit. Usually these are weaker than a bumper hit would be. By using the @dt@/@t@ commands you dont need to define the special duration and intensity for those events every single time.

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