HOW do you set up BINDING??? -1 reply

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PhatTung

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#1 15 years ago

If it is called "BINDING"... How do you do it. Step by Step???? Hello, I am sure that there is at least one of U who is willing to show the rest of us NEWBIES how to do this. PLEASE ADVISE TY PhatTung:smack:




Patriot_UK

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#2 15 years ago

Rather than go deep into your question,if you look through the forums you will find the answer you are looking for. Good Luck




jball

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#3 15 years ago

This is how you do it,hit the ` button for your console then type /bind #(what button u want it to be) then what u want to say.




covertops

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#4 15 years ago

ok there a few ways this can be done you can use the Console Or Use a Script (i prefer this Since its easier to edit binds

method 1 Bring down the console By pressing Tilde Key ` Then type in your bind EX: bind ? (? for any key u want) Say Hahahaha Howd you like that So it will look like this bind p say Hahahaha Howd you like that Script binding is Easier Just make a new Word Document or Notepad File put this in the file

Bind a say (what you wanna say bind p say (what you wanna say

then Save the file as All Filetypes and give it the extension of .cfg so youll have a file like bind.cfg place this in you Sof2/Base folder and when ingame Type exec bind.cfg in console Here are a Few Variables For binding bind ? say (This will say Sumthing to all players bind ? say_team (this will say only stuff to your team bind ? vsay_team (this is for voice commands like eg Be careful Advance Etc This can be done Quicker and its easy to edit in a script i attached a file with some Vsay Binds For u guys hope this works for u




LeTHaL BaNaNa

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#5 15 years ago

no man, edit sof2mp.cfg, much better!! no typing exec stuff.... (takes too long)




KaotiK

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#6 15 years ago

you make it sound waaayy more difficult then it is. either open console ( ` ) and type: /bind x say hi [COLOR=limegreen] this will show up to everyone[/COLOR] /bind x say_team incoming [COLOR=limegreen] this will show up to only your teammates[/COLOR] /bind x vsay_team affirmative [COLOR=limegreen] these are radio commands that your teammates will hear[/COLOR] or you can edit the sof2mp.cfg file. :agreed: and type them in there like bind x "say hi"




RizingDragon

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#7 15 years ago

ok i will explain it a little better than everyone else (step by step instructions) 1:Open up your console with the ~ button(spanish symbol under escape) 2:if u want to say hi for example type this in the console: /bind [button u want it binded to] say hi 3.if u want to bind something else just type everything exactly as before except the hi,change it to what u want to say as a bind.

TO UNBIND SOMETHING: /unbind [button you want unbinded]

to bind something u only want your teammates to hear, type: /bind [button u want binded] say_team [message u want to say] For example: /bind f say_team I NEED BACK-UP

to bind a radio command,type: /bind vsay_team [radio command u want to say] for example: /bind f vsay_team affirmative

TOKENS: tokens will tell your teammates or everyone your current health,armor weapons,accessories,location etc. its too much work to explain so i will let someon else xplain




PhatTung

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#8 15 years ago

TY all for this lesson Be PHAT and don't forget to use your TUNG Late