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selling my cfg for a case a beer :smiley25:



SOLD ! but mine is better so i dont need it :D

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Now... I will be in Minneapolis the 17th, 18th, and 19th, visiting my brother Droid. It's what he calls a gluttony weekend. We've got reservations at some of the best restaurants in town and we'll be staying at the Marriott City Center. I'm not taking a laptop so I won't be in touch for a few days.



I've been there twice,stayed at the Marriott City Center both times and tried some really good restaurants as well.Here's my suggestions Snoid.

For breakfast you have to try Hells Kitchen and try their homemade Peanut Butter.I brought some back for my wife and she really enjoyed it.

For fine restaurants here's what I tried and really enjoyed.

Manny's Steakhouse

112 Eatery

Punch Neapolitan Pizza

al Vento

Erté


Fogo de Chão
Cuisine: Brazilian, Latin
DOWNTOWN

I really enjoyed this one.

Zelo
Cuisine: European, Italian
DOWNTOWN

Oh and snoid you have to try the little Thai restaurant right across from the Marriott as you exit it'll be on the right hand side.They have some amazing thai beer.Also,a convenient little liquor store right across from the Marriott as well.Next to it you can go into the mall and do some shopping.

You should also pm the three |>B<| brothers from Minneapolis,Snake,Angstman and THEN00B.

Oh and one last thing,don't expose your cash late at night when all the criminals come out you'll notice during the day it's fine but as soon as the sun goes down.......

Edited by suckafool, 15 December 2010 - 10:54 PM.


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I started on this post yesterday but didnt finish it yet, so it has some matching with leaD's post.

I'll try to explain some basics of making your own configuration and keybindings. You get a bit familiar with it this way.

First of all find notepad on your cpu. Normally you should find it somewhere in start if you use windows. With notepad you can open existing .cfg files in etmain or in your profilesmap in the other folders, but you can also make your own autoexecfile where you can put your adjustments to ET. An autoexecfile is a configurationfile which you open everytime you start to play ET. In using this you won't mess up your original configuration so no harm is made when you make mistakes.

So, open notepad. Save it in your etmainfolder as <anyname>.cfg (for instance Snoid.cfg).
Now copy and paste this line into it:

bind p "vsay Hi ^7Beware, old grumpy ^5Snoid ^7arrived!"


Now everytime you are on a server, open console (~) and type /exec snoid.cfg

Close the console and press p

What did you do
In using binds, you can bind keys to say something or to toggle changes in your configuration.

If we take the line above you binded a function (vsay in this case) to a key. In this case it was just a v54 in global chat with an additional textmessage.

The different types of vsay you can bind on a key are the following:
global message
bind <key> "vsay <message>"

teammessage
bind <key> "vsay_team <message>"

fireteammessage
bind <key> "vsay_buddy <message>"

to make an vsay with an additional message use:
bind <key> "vsay <message> <alternative message seen in global chat>"

Here you can change the colours in the same way as you do with your nick by using ^<colourkey>

All keys are available but some have a specific notaition, so I only show these:

INSERT -> INS
DELETE -> DEL
HOME -> HOME
END -> END
PAGEUP -> PGUP
PAGEDOWN -> PGDN

-> UPARROW
-> LEFTARROW
-> RIGHTARROW
-> DOWNARROW

Numpad

-> KP_DEL
ENTER -> KP_ENTER
+ -> KP_PLUS

-
-> KP_MINUS
* -> *
/ -> KP_SLASH
0 -> KP_INS
1 -> KP_END
2 -> KP_DOWNARROW
3 -> KP_PGDN
4 -> KP_LEFTARROW
5 -> KP_5
6 -> KP_RIGHTARROW
7 -> KP_HOME
8 -> KP_UPARROW
9 -> KP_PGUP



list of voicechats:

Welcome "You're welcome."
Oops "Oops!"
Sorry "Sorry!"
Hi "Hi!"
Bye "Bye."
Cheer "Yeah!"
GreatShot "Great shot!"
GoodGame "Good game!"
IamSoldier "I'm a soldier."
IamMedic "I'm a medic."
IamEngineer "I'm an engineer."
IamFieldOps "I'm a field ops."
IamCovertOps "I'm a covert ops."
FTMeetWaypoint "Meet at waypoint!"
FTAttackWaypoint "Attack waypoint!"
FTDefendWaypoint "Defend waypoint"
FTAttack "Attack!"
FTFallBack "Fall back!"
FTCoverMe "Cover me!"
FTCoveringFire "Soldier, covering fire!"
FTMortar "Deploy mortar!"
FTHealSquad "Heal the squad!"
FTHealMe "Heal me!"
FTReviveTeamMate "Revive team mate!"
FTReviveMe "Revive me!"
FTDestroyObjective "Destroy objective!"
FTRepairObjective "Repair objective!"
FTConstructObjective "Construct the objective!"
FTDisarmDynamite "Disarm the dynamite!"
FTDeployLandmines "Deploy landmines!"
FTDisarmLandmines "Disarm landmines!"
FTCallAirStrike "Call airstrike!"
FTCallArtillery "Call artillery!"
FTMortarBarrage "Call mortar barrage!"
FTResupplySquad "Resupply squad!"
FTResupplyMe "Resupply me!"
FTExploreArea "Explore area!"
FTExploreAtCoordinates "Explore at co-ordinates!"
FTSatchelObjective "Destroy satchel objective!"
FTInfiltrate "Infiltrate!"
FTGoUndercover "Go undercover!"
FTProvideSniperCover "Provide sniper cover!"



Binding a vsay to a key is one of the options you can do in an autoexec. But there are many more.
Now I wont go deeply into coding or scripting, but I'll try to explain what it does if you see something like this:

// Gamma Toggle (temporarily)
// When pressing F6, your brightness changes

bind F6 "vstr gamma"
set logam "set gamma vstr midgam; set r_gamma 1.0; echo ^8This is Standard Gamma"
set midgam "set gamma vstr higam; set r_gamma 1.45; echo ^8This is for bright Maps"
set higam "set gamma vstr logam; set r_gamma 1.75; echo ^8This is for dark Maps"
set gamma "vstr higam"



What you see here is a remark in the first 2 lines, so you know whats it all about.
You can make remarks in your configuration by putting // before every line. In doing so the configuration ignores the message.

In the third line you bind the key where you can toggle between the different gammasettings. This can be any key, I use F6 in this case.

In the next three lines you see the different settings (gammasettings in this case) in between you can toggle.
With echo on the end of each line, you'll see a message on your screen that you made a change (though it is pretty obvious if your gamma has changed).

All these settings are in a string so you can toggle between them if you push the same key.


I hope it clears it a bit for you, if you have any questions, just ask...

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not too hijac ur post snoid but theres 3>B< brothers in the cities really i only live 4 hrs from there ..hum thenoob is one of em hum ....kool!i must meet this fella.


oh and snoid have u made a cfg and played with it yet?

do u really notice a diff.

i didnt so i dont use one lol.I almost played et for what 8 yrs lol

Edited by *CapTn*, 16 December 2010 - 03:34 PM.


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Important, for you Snoid or anyone starting to mess around with binds (either through a config file or just messing around in menus): It's a good idea to save your current config in cause something gets messed up!

Here's a simple way to save your binds to a file:

open the console

type the following:

/clear
/bindlist
/condump mybindbackup.txt



This will do the following three things:
1. clear just clears the console of any output
2. bindlist will list all your binds in the console window
3. condump will dump the contents of the console to a file, use whatever name you like.

Now, after doing this, look for it in your Enemy Territory folder. Any config files you make (like the mentioned snoid,cfg), put in the same folder where you found mybindbackup.txt.

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not too hijac ur post snoid but theres 3>B< brothers in the cities really i only live 4 hrs from there ..hum thenoob is one of em hum ....kool!i must meet this fella.


oh and snoid have u made a cfg and played with it yet?

do u really notice a diff.

i didnt so i dont use one lol.I almost played et for what 8 yrs lol


I personally see a big difference between default settings and altering cvars let alone creating a .cfg or even better a mod specific .cfg

I can run default settings take some screenshots and/or record a demo then do the same using a .cfg and believe me it will be like night and day.

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I've got patience and time snoid. As said above, make a backup of your config before starting to tinker.

When you have the time. let us know what you'd like to do and we'll work on scripts to do that.