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Hi all

 

Since some days, after an Autodownload of some maps/mod etc. the standard intro music is changed. This new music is good to hear it once, but only this is only annoying.

 

Does anybody know how i can restore the original Music from Main Menu.

 

Bt. The MenuMusic from all Mods is involved. 

 

Thx




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You can try using pk3 cleaner http://fearless-assa...to-pk3-cleaner/
It will remove all custom sounds/menus/not default maps. It should restore default intro music.



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Thanks...

 

After that i can look, which mod changed it... 



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I just saw, i can change the autoexec.cfg by activating "seta com_introplayed" to "1"

 

But after the intro it's your mod Menu and it could be it's also the menu sound from your mod. 70 year music... vietnam-war sound. 



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If it's really FA menu music, I can't really help with changing it.
You can try overlaying FA menu which would contain standard music.

By overlaying I mean it'd show up earlier in folder than actual menu.






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