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Postby Tillidus » Fri Aug 14, 2015 12:14 pm

Hello, I need help with config(autoexec.cfg). :ask:
I know commands, but I don't know how make file autoexec.cfg and which folder save it to.
Can you help me? :)
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Re: Config

Postby Straw » Fri Aug 14, 2015 12:49 pm

Hey there,

You can find help here about advanced commands for your config. I will explain you how to save it.

If you are using notepad, write all your commands and all what you need. Once it's done, click save as.

Change the name of your file to autoexec.cfg and you can choose the extension on the little menu. Select "All kind of documents" or something like this (I don't know the exact translation :P )

Then you must save it in your ETmain folder. It is located (default path) in C:\Program Files (x86)\Wolfenstein - Enemy Territory\etmain

I think that's all what you need to do. I never did autoexec configs so you might need to do some other things.

If it doesn't exec automaticly, type /exec autoexec in console and post reply here to say that it doesn't execute automaticly.

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Re: Config

Postby FuRious » Fri Aug 14, 2015 12:59 pm

Well like Mansikka is faster and because i reply from my phone i don't want to make a new post xd.
So,like he said you can edit every cfg you want when you open it with notepad++ or some other software like this.
All your cfg or here autoexe.cfg are in your etmain folder.
If you want to make a cfg then just edit the basic one (etconfig.cfg) then rename it by the name you want (for example : tillidus.cfg). Be sure to save it as .cfg and not as .txt in your etmain folder.
Once you are in game then just do /exec tillidus inthe console.
It will run then your new config.

Hope it will help you.:P

If you still need help feel free to ask anyway.;)



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