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This will create a new virtual keyboard for you. All you’ll have to do is hold another button and press the key you desire. So for example you hold the CTRL button and press T as usual, but the T will result in another function than usual. bind CTRL “+vstr ctrl1 ctrl2″ set ctrl1 “exec […]

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This will let you toggle through the loudness of your sounds with the up and down keys. This is also a random but long vstr toggle. bind “UPARROW” “vstr volup” bind “DOWNARROW” “vstr voldown” set volup vstr vol05 set voldown vstr vol05 set vol00 “set s_volume 0.0;set voldown vstr vol00; set volup vstr vol01; echo Volume […]

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Some people will not know what set and seta mean and neither what the difference is between those. . Set and seta will actually set (like the word says) a setting (including vstrs) into the database of ET until you stop playing. . The difference between seta and set is: seta writes the setting into […]

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You can also cycle through settings like your fov (field of view), sensitivity, volume and so on. There is no need to use a vstr command for this, it would be way to long and inaccurate. If we used the vstr command, we would need to write every amount of sensitivity for example. So each […]

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As a newbie I didn’t know you can add binds inside binds. In this case I mean there is the function to let you bind a key only when you launch it by pressing another key. For example, i want to be able to quit ET only if I pressed esc and then press delete. […]

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This is a script type I had been searching for a long time when I was a newbie, it’s used alot in configs, so pay attention! So imagine we want to create a cycle that will change our name every time we press “H”. (BEWARE: PunkBuster kicks for too many namechanges!) We will have to […]

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As we’ve already learned, a + means there will be a – and that means there will be a start and an end. +vstr gets very close to the vstr command, but here it becomes a toggle action. The easiest way to show you what I mean as fast as possible is by giving an […]

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The vstr command is a shortcut that enables you to use 1 small word of your preference all over the same document. For example, i want to echo something every time i change weapons with the keyboard. Instead of typing “;echo Weapon changed” after every line of your weaponbank binds, we will create the vstr […]

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First of all you need to know how to bind a vsay. This can be done by using the simple vsay command. examples: bind i “vsay hi Hey noobcakes!” bind o “vsay_team letsgo Let’s roll allies!” bind p “vsay_buddy FTfallback Check you back!” If you don’t add text behind the vsay, the standard message will […]

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