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texaco

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#1 11 years ago

hi again What do you do in a fire team, as i have been asked a few times to join one but am not sure what you do. Also a question about the config file. At the moment i have a config file in each one of the profile folders for each mod, and also one in the et main folder. If i want to change a command in the config and want the same file in each of the profile folders, then i have to copy and paste the file into the different folders. With the different mods that there are i have to do this about six times ( very tedious ). Is there a way to have one config file that can be used by all the different mods, so that i just have to do one file, and for each mod to use that one config file. And another...... In the config file, for example ( seta m_filter "1" ) . What does the a mean in seta? does the "1" number always have to be in quotes? What do all the different letters mean after the seta? for example m_ g_ r_ s_ cg_ cl_ etc. etc. thanking you in advance...




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#2 11 years ago

One handy thing in the fire team is the symbol above your fire teams members if you have selected them all (look in options > controls for the key). If a enemy spy takes on the uniform of one of your fire teams members they won't have the symbol above there heads.

Unfortunately if you add a autoexec.cfg in the etmain folder it will not change the settings in the other mod profile configs. Only for the one in etmain if loaded normally or when using the +fs_game command, for the mod your starting the game with. You can although load scripts in a different mod if they are located in the etmain folder.

When you assign a value using set the value stands for that session of ET only. When you use seta the value is written to etconfig.cfg so that it is available in future sessions.

I always add quotes but it is not necessary. Only when you have a space in the value.

About the letters that is all explained on the following site: http://www.rtcw.jolt.co.uk/content/enemy_territory/cmdcvarlist/index.html Look at the Prefixes section. The cvarlist on that site is not 100% correct but it is one of the best on the web.




texaco

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#3 11 years ago

just a quick one to say thanks to *NL|Pure for the answers. Thank you