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PostSubject: ET Players Configs   Thu 30 Apr 2009 - 19:38

*Beginner's Guide To Player Configs*

This guide
is for

- Players who don't know how to get, use or
make a config and are interested in seeing what the fuss is
about.


What are the benefits of having your
own config?

- You can fully customise your
game.

- You don't have to go through the options
to change settings.

- You don't need to keep
binding keys, it stores them.

- Forget binding,
configs open up a door to a world of scripting.


Is using a config 'cheating' or 'unfair' ?
- Thats up to you, don't use it if you dont want
to.

- Other people use them so your just staying
in competition by using one.

- Its all a part of
the world inside the game. (oh boy the matrix!)


------------------------------------------------------------------------


Creating your .cfg file

The only thing we'll be using to make our config is
notepad.


Open notepad.

Save the file as yourname.cfg
into your
wolfenstein etmain folder. "C:\Program Files\Wolfenstein - Enemy
Territory\etmain"


It's very important you
remember to save your file with the .cfg
extension. This saves
it as a configiration file instead of a

.txt file
that notepad would normally save as.


You save
the file in "etmain" because you will be able to load the config from any mod
you are playing as long as it is in the "etmain"
folder.



How to load your config
ingame


To start your config ingame
you will need to open the console. The key to open the console may be ` under
ESC or ~.


When you've opened it up you need to
enter the command


/exec
yourname.cfg


You don't need to put the
extension (.cfg) when doing this but it's better to get into the habit of doing
it.


The 'exec' command just executes (starts)
the file that follows.


This command will look
in your 'etmain' folder for the file and load the commands and variables that
are inside it.


There is a way to do this so
that it loads with the game but we're doing it this way for
now.


It won't actually do anything to the game
at the moment, because the file is empty.



Customising the config

An
empty config is no use so we need to add some stuff in.


Lets start with something simple and basic, we're going to make it
so that when you load your config a little message appears on the screen saying
it has loaded. Type onto the top line:


echo
^1Config Loaded!


Save it. Now when you load
your config up in game it's going to look through the file you made. It will
read the 'echo' command and carry it out. It only reads the config file once so
it will only say it once each time you load it.


Now lets get down to something a bit more
useful.


To set the sensitivity of your mouse
in your config:


Go down onto a new line from
your echo command. (You can't have two commands on the same line without using a
Rolling Eyes


Type in

seta cg_sensitivity 2

'cg_sensitivity' is a variable that is just for setting the
sensitivity. '2' is the value of the sensitivity variable and you need to change
that to the sensitivity you want to use. 'seta' is a command that sets the
variable.


Now when you load your config ingame
it will set your sensitivity. Although your sensitivity should be the same as it
usually is everytime you play.


Lets try using
our config to select the crosshair we like to use.


On a new line type

seta
cg_drawcrosshair "5"


Values

Replace 5 with the
number that suits you.

1 - Default
crosshair

2 - Smaller default
crosshair

3 - Circle with dot
4 - Transparent circle with dot
5 -
Small dot

6 - Crosshair with circle and
dot..


The list goes on so you'll have
to find out which one you want to use.


Now
when you load up your .cfg file it will set the crosshair you
want.


You can use your config to tweak many
settings like graphics, sounds your hud display and many other things. Here are
a few common ones you might find useful:


seta r_gamma "2" - This will increase your screen
brightness only while playing ET so you can see on those dark maps. Default is
1.3.


seta com_maxfps "90" - This will
cap your frames per second at a certain value, a stable fps is best and 90 is a
good value for low computers. 125 is the next step up.


seta r_mapoverbrightbits "2" - Helps you see in shadowed
areas.


seta cg_atmosphericeffects "0" -
Turns rain and snow off, improves fps slightly.



Scripts

Okay your probably
sick of that by now and are wondering why the hell you'd want a config. Lets do
something a little bit more advanced and flashy and useful. A name toggle
script.


We're going to use a simple 1 button
version of this script.


Type this into your
config


bind F4 vstr
name

set name vstr
name1

set name1 "seta name putanamehere;
set name vstr name2"

set name2 "seta name
putanamehere; set name vstr name3"

set
name3 "seta name putanamehere; set name vstr name1"


This might look a little complicated at first but it's actually
quite simple.

What is happening is when you press
F4 it runs a vstr. A vstr is something that runs a script inside a variable sort
of. The vstr called 'name' is running another vstr called 'name1', and this
loads the 3rd line which sets your player name but then changes the vstr 'name'
to run 'name2' instead of 'name1' which will give another player name. This all
loops round in a circle so each time you press F4 you will get the next name.
The ; just lets you run a series of commands on the same
line.



To
Conclude


You can put binds in your
config on their own seperate lines. (you don't need the /) This guide barely
scratches the surface of what a config can do but hopefully you will be a little
bit understanding of what a config is and may start to create your own over
time.


Here is an example of a full
config I made, it only has a few smaller configs running off it but its mostly
all in one piece. Please do not steal it, or copy it. If you need help I will
help but don't steal. Other peoples configs won't turn you into the best
player.


ET configs is a good resource site for
this sort of stuff:

http://etcfg.revo-online.nl/

Don't
mess with variables that you don't know.
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