Settings: Use and description

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In the main menu of revvis on the left part of the screen, you can find a Settings button.

In the settings, there are three subcategories: General, Display and Input.

Under the General category the following functionalities can be set and modified:



Language - Set the language you prefer in revvis. Currently English and German are available.

Data - Here you can set the preference of your download folder for revvis' usage.

Screenshot - Here you can set the location folder of the screenshots taken in revvis.

Auto save - If the check box is ticked revvis will automatically save your game subject to the interval of moinutes set by the slider below it.

Body size - You change the height of your avatar when in firsrt-person view using the sliding bar.

Headbob enabled - If the checkbox is ticked then the camera in first-person view will imitate walking on real life.

Crosshair enabled - If the checkbox is ticked then the center symbol for more accurate interaction will be enabled on the screen in the first-person view.

Show guide - If the checkbox is ticked then the help guide will be shown on the top left on the screen.

Interact message enabled - If the checkbox is ticked then the interaction message with the furniture, doors and windows will be enabled.

Enable controls help - If the checkbox is ticked it enables or disables the hints displayed in the upper left corner on the screen when editing a house. You can always hide them in-game using the question mark button that can be found on the top left of the screen.

Cache options - You can set the limit of caching data of revvis in the input field. You also have an option to completely clear the cache of revvis from your operating device.

Data usage - If the checkbox is ticked then revvis will send anonymous usage data to revvis servers. This is only to help us improve our service where it's needed.

Developer: Debug enabled - If the checkbox is ticked a debug developer's mode will be enabled.



Display

Resolution - You can set here a desired resolution.

Full-screen - If the checkbox is ticked revvis will run in a full-screen mode.

VSync - If the checkbox is ticked it will enable screen tearing. Disabled will improve the performance.

Field of view - Use the slider to set the horizontal opening of the camera. It increases the field of view when in first-person view.

Calibrate brightness - If pressed it will rerun the initial color setup in revvis. Recommended to be done especially if you have changed your monitor.

Effects: Effect quality - You can open the dropdown menu and set the preference of the level of the detail in revvis. Reducing the level of detail will as well improve your performance.

Assets: Quality of assets - If the checkbox is ticked revvis will use high quality assets. If disabled this will improve the performance of revvis.



Input

Movement: First-person movement - Use the slider to increase or decrease the speed of movement in revvis.

Camera: Rotation - Use the slider to increase or decrease the speed of the rotation in revvis.

Camera: Zoom - Use the slider to increase or decrease the speed of the rotation in revvis.

Gamepad - If the checkbox is ticked the connected gamepad will be enabled.

Choose Gamepad - Depends which gamepads are connected here you can select and choose the one that will be used.

Key bindings - Here you can select and set preference of the keys and their functionalities.