Mr_Nickle's Brightness Script



Mr_Nickle is just making more and more of these great and clever scripts! This is one for those who don't want to go into the options all the time they are trying to set their brightness. Just put this little script in your main folder, set the buttons and you are ready, in game, when the brightness isn't as well as you would like, you can just simply hit the buttons you set to fix the brightness to what you would like. Come to think of it, knowing that this is possible, how about someone trying to make a mod where you enter a building and it takes some tmie for your eyes to adjust to the darkness of the room? :P




Hey again! As you all probable know by now, I'm Mr_Nickle. Eleventh script publicly released so far. As always, I love feedback, so add me to your Xfire!


Short Description
By pressing the numpad + the brightness will increase. By pressing numpad - it will decrease. Default is 1.0.


Place JHbr.cfg into your Call of Duty/Main folder. (Or for UO in your Call of Duty/UO folder) (Or for CoD2 in your Call of Duty 2/Main folder)

Launch CoD and open CONSOLE by pressing ~ . Now do /exec JHbr
This must be done EVERY time to launch CoD. If you are lazy like me and do not want to type it every time you launch CoD, continue reading. If you prefer to just type it in every time, go to the "Customize" section.

Follow these instructions on how to edit your CoD Shortcut!
- Right click on your CoD/CoD UO/CoD2 shortcut.
- It should say something like "C:\Program Files\Call of Duty Game of the Year Edition\CoDMP.exe"
- Add "exec JHbr" WITHOUT the quotation marks.
- Now it should look something like this: "C:\Program Files\Call of Duty Game of the Year Edition\CoDMP.exe" exec JHbr
- Click OK and then next time you launch CoD/CoD UO/CoD2 it will automatically exec the .cfg

A common question I get is this "How do I add multiple scripts to my shortcut?" Well, it's rather simple. Just add ; exec (Filename)
So now, with multiple scripts added to the shortcut, it should look something like this:
"C:\Program Files\Call of Duty Game of the Year Edition\CoDMP.exe" exec JHbr; exec JHsomething
You could add a countless number of those onto the end as long as it ALWAYS is "; exec name-of-script-here" Without quotations 


Customize (Switch which key it binds it to)
-Open JHbr.cfg with Notepad, Microsoft Word or Wordpad.
-Look for where it says KP_PLUS
-Replace KP_PLUS with whichever key you prefer to use to increase brightness. Make sure you replace ALL KP_PLUS or the script will not work.
-Now look for KP_MINUS
-Replace all KP_MINUS with which ever key you want to use to decrease brightness. 


Special thanks to: F u s s i o n
If not for him, I wouldn't have figured out command to change brightness.


If you have any questions, comments or script ideas, please contact me at:
Mr_Nickle [AT] hotmail [dot] com

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