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dan4682

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#1 15 years ago

hey, i downloaded a new character model (hs_kenobi_rots), now my question is; once i'm in the sp, how can i change the outfits? basically i dont know any of the commands... for example; the kenobi mod brought 4 different outfits (a default, robbed, rodded w/hood, and a battleworn outfit), what im trying to do is simply bind a key to be one outfit, and bind another key to one of the other outfits.. i do know one command "hs_kenobi_rots", but when i use this command, whatever companion is with me will attack me.. i dont know if theres good guy commands and bad guy commands... another thing i was hoping for is some sort of console command that can tell what mods are installed that way i can easily find what im looking for (i dont even know if thats possible, but its worth a try). can someone help me out?




Anson992

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#2 15 years ago

I really don't know about him, thats the only command I found in the readme, maybe you can ask Hapslash, cuz I really don't know, and the reason they attack you is because it is probly an invalid command and turns you into a stormtrooper




Bluestormtrooper

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#3 15 years ago

/model [yourmodel] for example, /model hs_kenobi_rots open up the pk3 with pakscape to fid out what the models are called.




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#4 15 years ago

:rolleyes: In SP it's "/playermodel [model]" To bind I think that "/bind [key] playermodel [model]" i.e: "bind n playermodel hs_kenobi_rots bind m playermodel hs_kenobi_rots_hood" etc. Obviously, you'll need to do some reasearch to see what name goes to what model. To change team I think it's "playerteam [team]" (I think the player team is "player") Someone correct me if I'm wrong.




Aeruchin

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#5 15 years ago

Don't use the / in SP. Thats only for MP.




Jaden Kenobi

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#6 15 years ago

Your All wrong, Just type in your console playermodel JEDI_KENOBI and it should show your models head, torso and legs so you just have to select the number of torso that you want if that not then tell me IĀ“ll if look into to it.




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#7 15 years ago

That's what Red Rebel said, basically. :Puzzled:




Jaden Kenobi

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#8 15 years ago
Red Rebel:rolleyes: In SP it's "/playermodel [model]" To bind I think that "/bind [key] playermodel [model]" i.e: "bind n playermodel hs_kenobi_rots bind m playermodel hs_kenobi_rots_hood" etc. Obviously, you'll need to do some reasearch to see what name goes to what model. To change team I think it's "playerteam [team]" (I think the player team is "player") Someone correct me if I'm wrong.

Oh yeah then look correctly. 1.In SP the / is not used 2.You have to use the name that comes with the strings file. Because that how i done it when I played SP with that model.




Red Rebel Advanced Member

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#9 15 years ago
Jaden KenobiIn SP the / is not used[/quote]We've established that.
Jaden KenobiYou have to use the name hat comes with the strings file
....[quote=Red Rebel]Obvously, you'll need to do some research to see what name goes to what model



dan4682

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#10 15 years ago

thanks for the help everyone, i tried all your suggestions and still no luck.. i mailed the creator, i hope it helps!