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dan4682

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#1 12 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 12 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 12 years ago

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




Reekris

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#4 12 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 12 years ago

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




Jaden Kenobi

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#6 12 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 I´ll if look into to it.




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#7 12 years ago

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




Jaden Kenobi

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#8 12 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.




Reekris

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#9 12 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 12 years ago

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