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This is an interesting MOD that allows you to jump to different maps at the touch of a button. More from the author -
This is a little CFG file I whipped up because I didn't wanted a quick way to choose a level. You can even toggle between multiplayer and single player levels. I also set it up so it tells you what you are selecting. You might find this a complete waste of time, but I felt like submitting it anyway :D
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Author : John "JediCheddie" Oliver E-Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org File Name : levelSelect.zip File Size : 8 KB Release Date : 08/17/02 Description : This is a little CFG file I whipped up because I didn't wanted a quick way to choose a level. You can even toggle between multiplayer and single player levels. I also set it up so it tells you what you are selecting. You might find this a complete waste of time, but I felt like submitting it anyway :D Instructions : To install, place it in your gamedata/base folder and type "exec levelSelect.cfg" (without quotes) or place the line in your autoexec.cfg file and it will load automatically. In game, press: > Numpad 6 to go to the next level > Numpad 4 to go to the previous level > Numpad 5 to play the level > Numpad Enter to toggle Multiplayer or Single Player Of course, all these keys corespond to the bind keys inside the config file. Put whatever you want for them. Adding levels : You can add your own levels to the mix by adding the line: > set levelSP_XX "set set_level map mapname; set prv_level vstr levelSP_PP; set nxt_level vstr levelSP_NN; echo 'Text to Display';" (Note that if you want to choose a multipalyer level, change "levelSP" to "levelMP") > XX - The next number in corresponing order > PP - The previous number you would like it to go to (usually the XX number of the one above it) > NN - The next number you would like it to go to (usually the XX number of the first level) > 'Text to Display' - I think this is pretty self explanitory ;), but it displays text on the screen for the choosen selection You could change the first SP (or MP) previous number to reflect the last level you entered, but you don't have to. Enjoy! THIS MODIFICATION IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY ACTIVISION, RAVEN, OR LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC. ELEMENTS TM & © LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC AND/OR ITS LICENSORS.
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