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20070811

Shot Online Calculator

Entry 322

The Shot Online Golf Simulation Game was recently reviewed on Tobold's MMORPG Blog and as this person was so friendly to add a link to my own Shot Online Calculator page I decided to return the compliments.

Other pages that have links to the calculator are:
Barracuda, a Canadian SO Guild
Czech Woods from Czechia
The Celtic Warriors, from, euh, somewhere on Celtic territory, I presume...


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20060905

Shot-Online Calculator on SONews.net

Entry 278

Shot-Online Calculator has found a place on SONews.net, one of those guild-based fan-forums.
Shot-Online Calculator entry on SONews.net.

<irony>Slowly but surely it will conquer the world.</irony>


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20060901

Shot-Online Calculator 2.27

Entry 272

An upgraded version of the Shot-Online Calculator has now been uploaded. The website has been changed a bit.

Shot-Online Calculator 2.27 


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20060827

Minor Update

Entry 268

The Shot-Online pages have now been updated and show a link to the general blog.


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20060824

What is the Shot-Online calculator for?

Entry 267

The Shot-Online calculator is a (simple) Excel sheet that calculates the distance of your shot for the popular free online golf simulation Shot-Online.

Some players use tables and a calculator to estimate the influence of the underground, wind, lie, weather conditions and temperature, but I wanted to automatize it a little bit and put everything in an Excel sheet.

Using this tool is not considered illegal by Shot-Online rules. But the following is (quoted from a mail I received today):

set up another pc next to the one I use to play the game. set up another mouse on the game pc. have that mouse somehow connected to the second pc and give the second pc control of your game pc mouse. then you can always get 100% accuracy and you can exactly dimension your power level.

Please do not use my Excel sheet tables to hack into the game.


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