Customize the style of your in-game crosshair with this modification.
What does it look like?
How to enable the Crosshair mod?
- Firstly, open the Badlion Client mod menu. To do so, simply press “Right Shift”. Alternatively, you can also press “ESC” and open the “Mods” menu.
- Search for “Crosshair” using the search bar and make sure to enable the modification.
- You can access the configuration menu of the modification by clicking on it.
Crosshair Mod settings
- You can change the colors used to display your crosshair at the top of the settings.
- Below that you can adjust the Crosshair Type. The available types are Cross, Circle, Arrow, Triangle, Square, Dot, Circle Dot, and X. Additionally you can also disable the crosshair by selecting “None”.
- You can also adjust the Dot Type. The available types are Circle and Square.
- Below you will see seven sliders. They can be used to adjust your crosshair.
- The width slider adjusts the crosshair width.
- The height slider adjusts the crosshair height.
- The gap slider adjusts the space between the center and your crosshair.
- The thickness slider adjusts the thickness of the crosshair lines.
- You can use the Outline Thickness slider to adjust the thickness of the outlines if you have the outline enabled.
- You can use the Dot Size slider to adjust the size of the dot if you have it enabled.
- The Size Multiplier slider can be used to increase/decrease the overall size of your crosshair.
- At the bottom you will have the options to enable the Crosshair Outline and the Crosshair Dot.
- If you would like to do some additional configuration, you can simply open the “Advanced Settings” menu by pressing the “-” button.
- At the top of the Advanced Settings, you will be able to adjust the color of the crosshair while it is on a player, a hostile creature, or a passive creature.
- Below the color settings, you will be able to adjust if the crosshair should be visible in Debug Screen, in Spectator mode, or Hide Gui.
- You can also adjust if the crosshair should have a Dynamic Animation when hitting with a sword or using a bow.
- At the bottom of the Advanced Settings, you can also enable/disable Vanilla Blendering. This option will change the color of your crosshair depending on the block you are facing.