7th November 2002
In notepad (Start-->Programs-->Accessories-->Notepad), open the "ServerSettings.con" file in your Battlefield 1942-->Mods-->bf1942-->Settings folder---then sever settings (make sure notepad is looking for all files, not just text files). If the file is neatly laid out in lines, just add a new line at the top and make it "physics.gravity -4". If it is not neatly laid out, and is only in one line, then select a black square, and do Edit-->Copy. Add "physics.gravity -4" to the very beginning of the text, then paste the black square. (must be a space after gravity)
Method 1: physics.gravity -4 game.serverName "Whatever" game.serverDedicated 0 etc.
Method 2: physics.gravity -4[box]game.serverName "Whatever"[box]game.serverDedicated[box]etc.
Next time you start up your server, it will be low gravity. Unfortunately, you have to do this every time you want a low gravity server, as the "physics.gravity -4" line will be deleted after the server starts. You also could do -1 -2 -3 -4
Slightly cooler than a n00b
29th November 2002
thats not what I would call a cheat, its more of a server setting, anyone joining your server would see the same thing you do, now if you could do that and get low grav on any server...that would be a cheat :eek:
GF Pwns Me!
31st October 2002
IN jk2, all you have to type (in console) is rcon g_gravity (number). I am used to gravity in jk2, because I was one of the first people to find the g_gravity command and use it on a server (my server). So, if someone did that to their bf1942 server, I would probably do good. It's not very easy to get used to, I warn you; many people that went on my server took over an hour to get used to it. I took about 5 or 10 minutes. I was da fastest! :) :agreed: