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    1. bo0m

      et install

      can someone help me 4 et download? need short guidance, i kinda forgot how it goes rlly. what I need to download (2.60 patch b, do I need PB or not anymore (i know it's dead but last time I had to download it idk rlly why), etc.. thnx in advance.
    2. I knew I'd die, but it cracks me up imagining their perspective. I have more ET videos on my channel, if anyone is interested.
    3. Video tutorial on how to connect - =F|A= servers directly from console - Creating because of master list hack going on. Server IP - Jay1- jay1.clan-fa.com:27960 Jay2- jay2.clan-fa.com:27960 Beginners #1- b1.clan-fa.com:27960 Hardcore - hc.clan-fa.com:27960 silent1 - silent1.clan-fa.com:27960 Beginners #2 - b2.clan-fa.com:27960 NQ1 - nq1.clan-fa.com:27960 NQ2 - nq2.clan-fa.com:27960 NQ3 - nq3.clan-fa.com:27960 ETPRO 1 - etpro1.clan-fa.com:27970 ETPRO 2 - etpro2.clan-fa.com:27970 ETPRO 3 - etpro3.clan-fa.com:27980 easytojay1.mp4
    4. Hello FellaZ, Lets make ET great again with some amazing movies! In case there is some creative guy who wants to create a nice movie.. here you go: To start of, I'm gonna list all the programs you need in order to make movies. Note that some programs are not free. I split this in 3 categories: Recording, editing and encoding. Click on the names to get to download pages. NOTE: To extract .7z files, use 7.ZIP MEGAPACK: Includes EVERYTHING except editing programs (122MB): Moviemaking Megapack by Aciz Recording: Image-ET High Resolution Texture Pack (credits to ag0n) Movie Config Pack (Original pack by ag0n, some settings edited by me) VirtualDub Lagarith Lossless Codec Editing: This section is really up to you, but most people tend to use Sony Vegas and Adobe After Effects. Full version of Sony Vegas costs 600$ and After Effects 20$ per month, so unless you are rich, I would suggest sneaking around a bit and see if there are "free" versions somewhere on the internet... Encoding: Avisynth RipBot264 OR HandBrake OR MeGUI You have 3 options here, skip to the encoding section to read more about these and to choose what's best for you. Part 1 - Preparing your PC for moviemaking To start off, download the required programs and install them. For instructions on how to setup Image ET correctly, read this article on Crossfire written by Madscientist. The article also contains information about Image ET specific CVARS which you can configure in my movie config (they are found in binds.cfg). Note that in the tutorial only etpro is mentioned, but the same method can be used with any mod. After setting up Image ET, replace the original pak0.pk3 from your Image ET folder with the High Resolution Texture pak0.pk3. Then we want to extract our movie config(s) into Image ET/etmain folder. Next we want to setup our graphics card drivers for maximum quality on ET. Before you proceed, make sure your graphics card drivers are up-to-date. NVIDIA GeForce AMD Radeon After you have updated your drivers open up your graphics card control panel by right clicking yoour desktop and clicking "NVIDIA Control Panel" or "Catalyst Control Center" depending on if you have NVIDIA or AMD graphics card. NVIDIA: On the left panel, click on "Manage 3D Settings", then choose "Program Settings" tab and select ET from the dropdown menu. Configure your settings to match mine. Note that changing these settings for will also affect the settings for your normal ET that you play with, so you might want to revert them to defaults after you are done with moviemaking if you think that it will hurt your performance in game. AMD: First, click on "Preferences" on top right and choose "Advanced View". Then, on the left panel, click on "Video", then click on "3D Application Settings" and match your settings with these. Note that this changes settings for every game on your PC so you might want to revert them to default settings after you're dont with moviemaking because they will impact performance. Now that we have configured our PC for moviemaking, we can start recording. Part 2 - Recording After setting up everything, we are ready to record our clip. Open Image ET and load your demo, and use /img_demoseek <value in seconds> to seek to action you want to record. Demoseek skips the amount of seconds forward (or backward) you enter as value, so /img_demoseek 10 would skip 10 seconds forward, while /img_demoseek -5 would skip 5 seconds backwards. After you have found your action you want to record, press F2 to start recording. In binds.cfg, start record is bound on F1 while stop record is bound on F2, but for some reason ET seems to mix them up so that F2 will work as start and F1 as stop. You can open up console and it should say that you have started recording like this. ET will now start taking screenshots X times per seconds, X being the value of /img_captureFPS. Few tips here: If you are planning on doing lots of editing with your clip, try using high /img_captureFPS value such as 120 (allows you to do 400% slow motion still resulting in smooth 30fps on your clip) and using low /img_blur_samples value. If you are not planning to do much slow motion on your clip, use lower /img_captureFPS and higher /img_blur_samples. After you have recorded your clip, press F1 to stop recording and you can exit ET. Now we have a bunch of screenshots saved in Image ET/<mod>/screenshots/<demo name + timestamp>/ folder. To combine these screenshots into editable .avi file, we are going to use VirtualDub. So start up VirtualDub. Once in VirtualDub, go to File -> Open video file (CTRL + O). Navigate to your screeshots folder and import the first screenshot of the image sequence (should be named 0000000000.tga), and the rest of the screenshots will be imported automatically. Now you should have the screenshots open in VirtualDub. You can move the slider to preview your clip if you want (tip: go to View -> Pane layout and tick Auto-size panes so your preview windows will automatically fit your VirtualDub window). Now click on Video -> Frame rate (CTRL + R) and set your Frame Rate to match your /img_captureFPS value. Next, go to Video -> Compression (CTRL + P) and select Lagarith Lossless Codec from the list. Then hit Configure and check the box "Use Multithreading". This will make VirtualDub take benefit of all CPU cores when using Lagarith Lossless Codec making render times lower. Now you might want to save your settings so you don't have to enter them every time you open VirtualDub. Go to File -> Save processing settings (CTRL + S) and save your settings on your preferred location. It's a good idea to name the settings the amount of FPS you are using if you are going to use different FPS on different clips, since FPS is the only setting that is going to change between templates. Now the next time you open VirtualDub, you can go to File -> Load processing settings (CTRL + L) and select your saved template. Now that we are done with our settings, it's time to render the screenshots into .avi file. Go to File -> Save as AVI (F7) and save the file to your preferred location. Rendering speed is affected by your CPU and RAM, but it shouldn't take too long. One feature in VirtualDub that might come handy in VirtualDub is batch rendering. This allows you to put clips into queue and render them consecutively. This is very useful if you record multiple clips before rendering any of them, which I would highly suggest to do as it saves time. To do this, open your video file as you would normally do, enter your settings/load template and go to File -> Queue batch operation -> Save as AVI (CTRL + SHIFT + F7) and save the file to your preferred location. After hitting Save, you notice that the render won't start yet. Now you can go to File -> Close video file (CTRL + W) and open another video file, and just got to File -> Queue batch operation -> Save as AVI to load that into queue as well. To render the clips in the batch queue, go to File -> Job control (F4), hit Start and the files will be rendered to the location(s) you have chosen. So when batch rendering, you will do things like this: CTRL + O -> CTRL + L -> CTRL + SHIFT + F7 -> CTRL + W -> CTRL -> O... and finally F4 and Start. Note that if you are rendering multiple files with same frame rate, you don't have to load processing settings every time. If you are however, you only need to load processing settings when you move from for example 120fps clip into 60fps clip. You can render multiple files with different frame rates, as long as you load correct settings to the clip before you put it into the batch queue. Example: Load 120FPS template -> 120FPS clip -> 120FPS clip -> Load 60FPS template -> 60 FPS clip -> Load 120FPS template -> 120FPS clip etc. I strongly recommend to get used to keyboard shortcuts in VirtualDub as it will save a lot of your time. Now we can use /wav_record to record sound to our clip since avidemo doesn't record sound. So open up ET and play back your demo again. Use /img_motionblur 0 to get rid of motion blur so the clip will play on normal speed. After you are done recording, use /wav_stoprecord to stop recording. Your sound file will be saved to Image ET/<mod>/wav/ folder. Part 3 - Editing REMEMBER: Always render Lagarith Lossless Codec .avi when moving between programs to avoid losing source file quality!!! I will not cover much on this section, since it's really up to you on how you are going to edit your clips. I will show you few things though. Most people use Sony Vegas as their main editing program, and render their project there, sometimes using After Effects to do some special things that cannot be done on Sony Vegas. So I will show you correct project settings for Sony Vegas. Open up Sony Vegas, and go to File -> Properties or hit the Project Video Properties button on top left of the preview window and match your settings with these. About frame rate: YouTube Player is 30 FPS. If you are not planning on uploading your video anywhere for people to download, there is no need to render and edit more than 30 FPS. If you however want to give out download link to your video, then you should set the frame rate to whatever you are planning to render your video on. Most people use 50 or 60 FPS. After you have done editing, it's time to render our product. Go to File -> Render as or hit the Render as button on top left. Select Video for Windows (*.avi), Default Template (Uncompressed) and hit Custom. Now, depending on your final encoding program, these settings vary. Check the final encoding part of this tutorial to help you choose the best solution for you. RipBot264: Copy the exact settings on the screenshots. HandBrake: Select Uncompressed instead of Lagarith Lossless Codec. MeGUI: On audio tab, uncheck the box Include audio and render audio as seperate track. After (or before if you want) you have finished rendering the video, hit Render as again and choose MP3 Audio (*.mp3) and select the template 320 Kbps, CD Transparent Audio, then hit Custom and move the Quality slider to Highest Quality. After editing the settings, you can type a name for the settings on the text field above and hit the Save icon to save your settings as preset. Note that these screenshots are taken from Sony Vegas 10. Depending on your version of Sony Vegas, the options might look a bit different, but the same settings should be available on any version. Now we are ready to do the final MP4 encoding. Part 4 - Final Encoding As I listed on the required programs section in the start of this tutorial, you have 3 options for the final encoding. I will list pros and cons of each program here. Ripbot264: Pros: Simple to use, fast encoding Cons: Worst quality out of the 3 options, somewhat big file size compared to HandBrake and MeGUI HandBrake: Pros: Excellent quality with decent file size Cons: Slow encoding MeGUI: Pros: Best quality out of the 3 options, smallest file size Cons: Even slower encoding than HandBrake, might be quite complicated program to use for the first few times RipBot264 When you first time start up RipBot264, it will check if you have Avisynth, ffdshow, Haali media splitter and Java installed. If it says that something is missing, download them (the program gives download links for each program), install them and restart RipBot264. Once you have RipBot264 open, click on Add on the bottom right and browse to your .avi file. After that RipBot264 will demux the audio stream out of the video, which will take some time depending on how long the video is. After it's done, all you have to do is change CRF value to 16, specify output folder for you file, click Done and click Start, and RipBot264 will start encoding your video. HandBrake When you first time start HandBrake, it updates your presets. After you are in the program, choose your input file by clicking Source -> Video file on top left. Browse to your .avi file. You can ignore the warning window that pops up when you import your video. The Picture, Video Filters, Subtitles and Chapters setting tabs will be left on default settings. For the rest of the tabs, copy the settings on the screenshots. You can save your settings as preset by clicking the Add button on bottom right and giving a name for your settings. After you are done editing the settings, hit Start on top left and HandBrake will start encoding your video. Note that this is 2-pass encode, so it appears that HandBrake is rendering your video twice. MeGUI Start up MeGUI, and go to Tools -> AVS Script Creator. Choose your -avi file by clicking on the ... button near the top field, and browse to your video file. A windows will pop up, choose the furthest option on right, AviSource. A preview window will pop up, you can close that. After that just hit Save, and close the preview window that pops up again. Next, make sure Encoder settings drop down menu says x264: *scratchpad*, and click on Config. First, you want to make a new preset by clicking New at the bottom of the window, and giving your preset a name. Next, tick the box Show advanced settings. Now you want to copy the settings from the screenshots. After configuring the settings, press OK and Yes to save your template. Next, press AutoEncode on bottom right. Select your preferred output destination, check the No Target Size (use profile settings) option and hit Queue. The first time you do this, a windows will popup saying that your colorspace is incorrect. Check the box Don't ask me this again and click Yes. Now MeGUI will start encoding your video. Note that this is 3-pass encode, so it seems that MeGUI is rendering your video 3 times. After the 2nd pass, a window will pop up asking you if you want to overwrite already existing file. Check the box Don't ask me this again and press Yes. The encoding will take long, so prepare to wait. After the encoding is done, go to Tools -> Muxer -> MP4 Muxer. Select the MP4 file you just encoded as Video Input and the MP3 file you rendered earlier on Sony Vegas as Audio Input. Select your desired output folder in Muxed output field. Press Queue, and MeGUI will mux the video with audio. This will take very little time, and you will have your final product ready for YouTube. Video Versions & Camtrace: So that's it. Moviemaking is a very long process if you want to achieve high quality movies. Hope this covers up everything. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. So this it will look like: Just wanted to share with you, I updated the links and edited some Things! Big thanks to Ag0n, Musashiii and Acizco https://www.crossfire.nu/tutorials/213/moviemaking-a-z
    5. https://gaming.youtube.com/game/UCDUrMJUhCs0NYlXEFoZrB_Q
    6. Version v 2.0 2018

      48 downloads

      For try this CFG copy all files .cfg, on etmain folder copy shortcuts on desktop, right-click on the shortcuts, properties, change the destination letter of ET.exe, and confirm, apply right-click on the shortcuts, run as administrator, after entering the game open the console with the key \ write / exec ETplayer2018 and press enter LIST OF COMMANDS ON THE KEYBOARD bind w "+forward" bind s "+back" bind a "+moveleft" bind d "+moveright" bind q "+leanleft" bind e "+leanright" bind r "+reload" bind f "+activate" bind CTRL "+movedown" bind SHIFT "+sprint" bind c "+prone" seta cg_runpitch "0" seta cg_runroll "0" seta cg_bobup "0" seta cg_bobpitch "0.000" seta cg_bobroll "0" bind F1 "vote yes" bind F2 "vote no" bind F3 "ready" bind F4 "notready" bind Backspace "vstr AxisAllies" bind KP_INS "vstr nextstatus" bind KP_ENTER "mp_fireteamadmin" bind PAUSE "vstr pausetoggle" bind l "openlimbomenu" bind ' "playdead" bind z "weapalt" bind MWHEELUP "weaponbank 3" bind MWHEELDOWN "weaponbank 2" bind 3 "weaponbank 4" bind CAPSLOCK "weaponbank 5" bind SPACE "weaponbank 6" bind 4 "weaponbank 7" bind MOUSE1 "+vstr shooton shootoff" bind MOUSE2 "+moveup" bind MOUSE3 "vstr lenovo" bind ALT "vstr speedjump" Bind 2 "vstr FFE" bind b "+zoom" bind F7 "vstr clock" bind 1 "weaponbank 4;wait 120;+attack;wait 20;-attack;wait 10;kill; forcetapout" bind ENTER "vstr map" bind [ "mapzoomout" bind ] "mapzoomin" bind u "messagemode3" bind y "messagemode2" bind v "mp_quickmessage" bind t "messagemode" bind x "" bind n "r_picmip 3; vid_restart" bind k "VoiceChat taunt2" bind j "VoiceChat song6" bind h "VoiceChat speech70" bind g "VoiceChat song13" bind F9 "vstr crosshair" bind F8 "vstr crosshr" bind F10 "vstr crosshairsize" bind KP_END "vstr fps00" bind KP_DEL "vstr time00" bind KP_PGDN "vstr packets00" bind KP_DOWNARROW "vstr rate00" bind UPARROW "vstr gamma" bind LEFTARROW "vstr fov" bind DOWNARROW "vstr sens" bind . "vstr info" bind RIGHTARROW "vstr sound" bind p "s_volume 0; Echo ^1Sound Mute" bind , "players;; wait 50;toggleconsole" bind m "vstr st" bind TAB "+scores" bind 5 "setspawnpt 0;say_team ^1Spawn 0 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" bind 6 "setspawnpt 1;say_team ^1Spawn 1 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" bind 7 "setspawnpt 2;say_team ^1Spawn 2 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" bind 8 "setspawnpt 3;say_team ^1Spawn 3 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" bind 9 "setspawnpt 4;say_team ^1Spawn 4 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" bind 0 "setspawnpt 5;say_team ^1Spawn 5 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" if you want to change the picmip press the key n good fun !!! by Lenovo
    7. Lenovo CFG 2018 - 11 April 2018 View File For try this CFG copy all files .cfg, on etmain folder copy shortcuts on desktop, right-click on the shortcuts, properties, change the destination letter of ET.exe, and confirm, apply right-click on the shortcuts, run as administrator, after entering the game open the console with the key \ write / exec ETplayer2018 and press enter LIST OF COMMANDS ON THE KEYBOARD bind w "+forward" bind s "+back" bind a "+moveleft" bind d "+moveright" bind q "+leanleft" bind e "+leanright" bind r "+reload" bind f "+activate" bind CTRL "+movedown" bind SHIFT "+sprint" bind c "+prone" seta cg_runpitch "0" seta cg_runroll "0" seta cg_bobup "0" seta cg_bobpitch "0.000" seta cg_bobroll "0" bind F1 "vote yes" bind F2 "vote no" bind F3 "ready" bind F4 "notready" bind Backspace "vstr AxisAllies" bind KP_INS "vstr nextstatus" bind KP_ENTER "mp_fireteamadmin" bind PAUSE "vstr pausetoggle" bind l "openlimbomenu" bind ' "playdead" bind z "weapalt" bind MWHEELUP "weaponbank 3" bind MWHEELDOWN "weaponbank 2" bind 3 "weaponbank 4" bind CAPSLOCK "weaponbank 5" bind SPACE "weaponbank 6" bind 4 "weaponbank 7" bind MOUSE1 "+vstr shooton shootoff" bind MOUSE2 "+moveup" bind MOUSE3 "vstr lenovo" bind ALT "vstr speedjump" Bind 2 "vstr FFE" bind b "+zoom" bind F7 "vstr clock" bind 1 "weaponbank 4;wait 120;+attack;wait 20;-attack;wait 10;kill; forcetapout" bind ENTER "vstr map" bind [ "mapzoomout" bind ] "mapzoomin" bind u "messagemode3" bind y "messagemode2" bind v "mp_quickmessage" bind t "messagemode" bind x "" bind n "r_picmip 3; vid_restart" bind k "VoiceChat taunt2" bind j "VoiceChat song6" bind h "VoiceChat speech70" bind g "VoiceChat song13" bind F9 "vstr crosshair" bind F8 "vstr crosshr" bind F10 "vstr crosshairsize" bind KP_END "vstr fps00" bind KP_DEL "vstr time00" bind KP_PGDN "vstr packets00" bind KP_DOWNARROW "vstr rate00" bind UPARROW "vstr gamma" bind LEFTARROW "vstr fov" bind DOWNARROW "vstr sens" bind . "vstr info" bind RIGHTARROW "vstr sound" bind p "s_volume 0; Echo ^1Sound Mute" bind , "players;; wait 50;toggleconsole" bind m "vstr st" bind TAB "+scores" bind 5 "setspawnpt 0;say_team ^1Spawn 0 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" bind 6 "setspawnpt 1;say_team ^1Spawn 1 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" bind 7 "setspawnpt 2;say_team ^1Spawn 2 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" bind 8 "setspawnpt 3;say_team ^1Spawn 3 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" bind 9 "setspawnpt 4;say_team ^1Spawn 4 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" bind 0 "setspawnpt 5;say_team ^1Spawn 5 ;play sound/menu/select.wav" if you want to change the picmip press the key n good fun !!! by Lenovo Submitter Cquattro Submitted 04/11/18 Category Player Configs
    8. 8254 downloads

      Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory (also referred to as simply Enemy Territory, ET, or W:ET) is a free and open source multiplayer first-person shooter video game. System requirements 600 MHz CPU 128 MB RAM 32 MB OpenGL graphics card 56.6k Modem/LAN Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is a downloadable, free-to-play multiplayer game in which players wage war as Axis or Allies in team-based combat. It's a team game; you will win or fall along with your comrades. The only way to complete the objectives that lead to victory is by cooperation, with each player covering their teammates and using their class special abilities in concert with the others. Featuring multiplayer support for up to 32 players, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is the ultimate test of communication and teamwork on the battlefield. Players join the fray as one of five distinct character classes each with unique combat abilities. The Covert Ops can steal the uniforms of fallen enemies and perform covert reconnaissance behind enemy lines, while Engineers can plant and diffuse land mines as well as construct battlefield structures including bridges, guard towers and forward operations bases in the midst of combat to gain advantages for their team. Medics provide health and revive fallen teammates, as Field Ops use their binoculars to mark enemy positions for a Soldier's mortar barrage. Each Axis or Allies team can divide itself into smaller fire teams for quick and easy communication using an intuitive messaging system and dynamic command map of the entire battlefield. No longer does winning a single battle win the war. In Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory multiple objective-based scenarios are linked together over the course of three maps to form a campaign where teams struggle for successive victories. Throughout a campaign, players gain experience in categories like battle sense and light weapons as well as their class specific abilities, each of which persist and accumulate over the course of the campaign. As players reach higher levels in each of the seven categories they are awarded with enhanced abilities as well as battlefield promotions that are represented as ranks on each players helmet. The 28 enhanced abilities range from higher ammunition capacity and faster power-bar recharge times, to the ability to see land mines, revive fallen teammates at full health or use a machinegun instead of a pistol as your secondary weapon. In addition to objective and campaign modes, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory introduces a team-based Last-Man-Standing game mode, where squad-mates cooperate to ensure their team has the last surviving man on the battlefield. Additionally, Splash Damage has created a new terrain foliage system that allows players to hide or take a sniper position in the cover of long grass or snowy mountaintops. With numerous game modes, epic campaigns, persistent character progression and an arsenal of overwhelming firepower including land mines, mortars, mobile MG-42s and a silenced sniper rifle, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory will have players battling in the trenches for hours. Download the game, install it and fire up ET.exe and join server. You can open the console using "~" key and directly connect to server using: \connect jay1.clan-fa.com You can also find our other community servers here: Fearless Assassins Gaming Community Enemy Territory Servers
    9. Lenovo

      Q3dm17 for ET

      Version Final version

      7 downloads

      Converted by 'Kragle' - full copyright goes to ID SOFTWARE and QUAKE 3 for this map. i converted it into et and added weapons about and ammo and health cabinets, plus i made most of the map cushion so you dont fall to your death which is slightly modifyed but had to be done. Read : http://www.smpclan.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=2730#2730 for more info. copyright 2006 - id / quake 3 software & designers this map may be used for study but cannot change its design in anyway. this map may also be going in 999gamma 2. but ive not desided yet. i may build my own arena with etf textures and other stuff. 2006 |999|'Kragle' WITH THANKS TO: {JUST-ME} |SMP| BAHA Chruker :::::: EDIT MAP ONLY IF YOU KNOW HOW TO MAKE JUMP PADS WORK ::::
    10. Version 1.0

      572 downloads

      Note : Tested on W:ET 2.60 Setup - Windows 10 (32 bit) Note : Tested on W:ET 2.60 Setup - Windows 8.1 (32 bit) Note : Tested on W:ET 2.60 Setup - Windows 7 [ Home Edition /Ultimate /Professional ] (32 bit) Note : Tested on W:ET 2.60 Setup - Windows XP [ Professional ] (32 bit) Note : Tested on W:ET 2.60 Setup - Linux ( Ubuntu ) (64 bit) About : This File will transform your ET 2.60 Setup To ET 2.60b without losing Anything ! Procedure : Download "Enemy Territory 2.60b patch" and Extract it. After that Open the Folder and Open Linux for Linux Users / MacOSx for MacOS Users / win32 for Windows Users. For Windows Users : Copy and Paste "ET" and "ETDED" in your Game Root Folder. When it says Replace press Yes For Linux Users : Copy and Paste "ET.x86" and "ETDED.x86" in your Game Root Folder. For MacOS Users : Copy Everything Under "Wolfenstein ET.app" and Past in your Game Root Folder. When it says Replace press Yes
    11. Hey, use this if you need to know what numbers/letters/symbols correlate with which colors without having to check through all of them. bind / "echo ^!!^@@^##^$$^%%^&&^**^((^))^qq^ww^ee^rr^tt^yy^uu^ii^oo^pp^aa^ss^dd^ff^gg^hh^jj^kk^ll^zz^xx^cc^vv^bb^nn^mm^11^22^33^44^55^66^77^88^99^00"
    12. File Name: Q3dm17 for ET File Submitter: LenovoNoteBook File Submitted: 12 Mar 2017 File Category: Maps Converted by 'Kragle' - full copyright goes to ID SOFTWARE and QUAKE 3 for this map. i converted it into et and added weapons about and ammo and health cabinets, plus i made most of the map cushion so you dont fall to your death which is slightly modifyed but had to be done. Read : http://www.smpclan.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&p=2730#2730 for more info. copyright 2006 - id / quake 3 software & designers this map may be used for study but cannot change its design in anyway. this map may also be going in 999gamma 2. but ive not desided yet. i may build my own arena with etf textures and other stuff. 2006 |999|'Kragle' WITH THANKS TO: {JUST-ME} |SMP| BAHA Chruker :::::: EDIT MAP ONLY IF YOU KNOW HOW TO MAKE JUMP PADS WORK :::: Click here to download this file
    13. Hi ET people, I have a strange issue. White letters, big on my screen - Connection Interrupted - are constantly there, flickering often very fast. There is no reason for that, and it happen even when I have 20 snaps and the lagometer is perfectly thin green and blue. But I came to the root cause - it is happening only when I set com_maxfps value greater than 125 (which my CPU can handle perfectly fine). So I think it is a matter of tine tuning between several parameters. I will eventually solve this, but to save some time, I wonder if anyone knows how to deal with it. An explanation of the root cause would be also nice.
    14. File Name: Xmas mods File Submitter: Barn!e File Submitted: 08 Dec 2016 File Category: Mods For DF. Click here to download this file
    15. Barn!e

      Xmas mods

      5 downloads

      For DF.
    16. What is the signature about? - Enemy territory The size of the signature in pixels? - don't know, but I guess this forum has some standards, right? The colour combination you prefer? - black and red should dominate (or only those 2 if possible), dragon as a main motive, i like clean and simple design without to much stuff around The text you want on the signature? - i want this two "=F|A= boki" and "Men with courage do not slay dragons, they ride them..." (text without quotes plz!) Anything signature maker should avoid? a lot of colors, quick cheap design, i am not in a hurry :-)
    17. ...hey dont blame my aim but I've uploaded my latest demo. http://www.filedropper.com/2016-09-18-165639-supplydepot2 i have massive lags since 2 days. ping seems to be normal, just goes up when i got connection interrupted. so if i don't heal or react, i just can't my connection seems fine, im on wifi but never had issues so far. i've made speedtest part of my cfg: seta snaps „20" seta rate „25000" seta cl_maxpackets „100“ seta com_maxfps „76“ seta com_hunkMegs „256" seta r_displayRefresh "60" seta com_zoneMegs "512" thanks for ur help. ill owe u a cookie! edit: i have fps changer, can i add maxpackets change to the cmd? cause afaik it belongs together.
    18. boki

      Weird ingame colors

      Hello, having weird colors when playing ET ... started when I was experimenting with cvar r_trisColor "1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0" (wanted to learn its purpose). I changed the 1st value to 1.5, started the game, and since then I cant get normal colors again. I didnt saw any problems in other games, or windows, so I am pretty sure it isn't some kind of hardware failure. I deleted my profiles in etmain and jaymod maps, but didn't help either.
    19. From the album: Enemy Territory WELLS

      logo from Enemy Territory WELLS logo intro.
    20. Hi there, As i couldn't create a topic in download section, i put it here as it does concern support of ET too. As i did saw ingame some people who needed to redo a proper install of ET, here's a link that i created to download a batch of all maps used on jaymod servers here on F|A. Which can help as it came from my own etmain folder. You just have to uncompress this pack and past its content in your etmain folder. http://uplea.com/dl/EFCB14E834EAEA5 i input a password : fearless And as it has been compressed with 7z, you'll need it to open this pack. (if you don't have it , here's the link, it's an open source program: http://www.7-zip.org ) (just in case, that some would forget, if you have to install again ET 'cause of any kind of trouble, better do a copy of your ET Key, overwise you won't get your xp and level (if any) back)
    21. v54 ET fellows! Ever wanted to make your admin work easier? To bring some standard procedures everyone are familiar with and are easy to recognize? Well, I maybe just did one step forward to this. Goal(s): to make admin work more easier and efficient, as to bring some quality assurance to it. Solution: make standard messages and procedures everyone are aware of (with the time). Implementation proposal: Writing standard messages and apply them through script (to ease the workload and procedure appliance). Using them in standard procedure so everyone can use them in the same manner. In order for this to work and bring the wanted full effect, admins must agree on standard messages, as their content and format User base: this script is intended for ET admins only (lvl 4 and up). However, opinions of experienced ET gamers is welcome. Proposed method of work: each admin should use 4 types of messages. The message types are: [ Info Messages ] - selects Info message, 1st warning (inform players something has to be done) [ Request Messages ] - selects Request msg, 2nd warning (inform players you are requesting it now) [ Warning Messages ] - selects Warning msg, 3rd warning (inform players that next action will be taken by force) [ Custom Messages ] - your own custom msg you want to apply, but not covered by standard messages However, once these messages are standardized, it is forbidden to alter the messages and scripts. Admin may only alter the keys he wishes to bind, since this would be very inconvenient to enforce. How to apply the script: bind MAIN script to a key of your choice. Alter other keys to your choice. There is one rule you must follow: each message, regarding the type, must be bound to the same key. An example: if u bind Info message "Even teams!" to ALT key, you must do the same for request and warning type messages also. All admins should use the same message content and format, otherwise there is not much point in this. After a while, users will quickly learn to visually recognize the messages and how to respond to them, since they are consistent. Important: this is proposal only, yet to be discussed and eventually adopted. So far, players respond well to my way of work. MAIN SCRIPT // Fearless Aassassins Community - ADMIN BINDS - config by boki wait bind ALT "scores" bind KP_PGUP "vstr demo_rec" // start or stop demo recording set demo_rec "vstr recordOn" set recordOn "record; !time; echo ^7[ ^6Recording started ^7]; set demo_rec vstr recordOff" set recordOff "stoprecord; set demo_rec vstr recordOn" bind KP_RIGHTARROW "screenshotJPEG; echo ^6 ScreenshotJPEG" // Take a screenshot in JPEG format bind KP_UPARROW "vstr guids1" set guids1 "clear; guids; bind KP_UPARROW "vstr guids2"; echo "^&.^7console ^&(^7CLEAR/GUIDS^&)"" set guids2 "condump guidz.txt; bind KP_UPARROW "vstr guids1"; echo "^&.^7console ^&(^7CONDUMP GUIDS.txt^&)"" bind KP_DEL "team s; say [N] ^/is now a spectator" // Put yourself to spectators bind KP_ENTER "vstr msg_type" // Select message type - Info, Request, Warning or Custom set msg_type "vstr msg_type_cust" // Default message type set msg_type_cust "exec binds-admin-cust.cfg;set msg_type vstr msg_type_info" set msg_type_info "exec binds-admin-info.cfg;set msg_type vstr msg_type_req" set msg_type_req "exec binds-admin-req.cfg;set msg_type vstr msg_type_warn" set msg_type_warn "exec binds-admin-warn.cfg;set msg_type vstr msg_type_cust" echo ^7[^5 ADMIN BINDS ^2executed ^7] [ Info Messages ] // [ Info Messages ] - selects Info message, 1st warning (inform players something has to be done) wait bind KP_SLASH "vstr teams" set teams "vstr info_team" set info_team "say ^2Admin info ^3>>> ^/Even teams, please! ^3(^/1st call^3); set teams vstr info_team_ok;echo ^7[ ^2Info msg ^/Teams ok ^2set ^7]" set info_team_ok "say ^2Admin info ^3>>> ^/Teams ok! ^3(^/After only 1 call, thank you!^3);set teams vstr info_team; echo ^7[ ^2Info msg ^/Even teams ^2set ^7]" bind * "say ^2Admin info ^3>>> ^/Use only English language in main chat, thank you! ^3(^/1st call^3)" bind KP_MINUS "say ^2Admin info ^3>>> ^/Stop messing with the team (harrasing teammates), thank you! ^3(^/1st call^3)" bind KP_PLUS "say ^2Admin info ^3>>> ^/Please be polite and respect differences, no insults. Have fun! ^3(^/1st call^3)" bind KP_HOME "say ^2Admin info ^3>>> ^/Do not touch the objective before 5 min. have passed, thank you! ^3(^/1st call^3)" echo ^7[ ^2Info messages ^2loaded ^7] [ Request Messages ] // [ Request Messages ] - selects Request msg, 2nd warning (inform players you are requesting it now) wait bind KP_SLASH "vstr teams" set teams "vstr req_team" set req_team "say ^3Admin request >>> ^/Even teams, please! ^3(^/2nd call^3); set teams vstr req_team_ok;echo ^7[ ^2Info msg ^/Teams ok ^2set ^7]" set req_team_ok "say ^2Admin info ^3>>> ^/Teams ok! ^3(^/After 2 calls, thank you!^3); set teams vstr req_team; echo ^7[ ^3Request msg ^/Even teams ^2set ^7]" bind * "say ^3Admin request >>> ^/Use only English language in main chat, thank you! ^3(^/2nd call^3)" bind KP_MINUS "say ^3Admin request >>> ^/Stop messing with the team (harrasing teammates), thank you! ^3(^/2nd call^3)" bind KP_PLUS "say ^3Admin request >>> ^/Please be polite and respect differences, no insults. Have fun! ^3(^/2nd call^3)" bind KP_HOME "say ^3Admin request >>> ^/Do not touch the objective before 5 min. have passed, thank you! ^3(^/2nd call^3)" echo ^7[ ^3Request messages ^2loaded ^7] [ Warning Messages ] // [ Warning Messages ] - selects Warning msg, 3rd warning (inform players that next action will be taken by force) wait bind KP_SLASH "vstr teams" set teams "vstr warn_team" set warn_team "say ^1Admin warning ^3>>> ^/Even teams! ^3(^/last call^3); set teams vstr warn_team_ok;echo ^7[ ^2Info msg ^/Teams ok ^2set ^7]" set warn_team_ok "say ^2Admin info ^3>>> ^/Teams ok! ^3(^/After 3 calls, I know you can do better ^3); set teams vstr info_team; echo ^7[ ^1Warning msg ^/Even teams ^2set ^7]" bind * "say ^1Admin warning ^3>>> ^/Use only English language in main chat, thank you! ^3(^/last call^3)" bind KP_MINUS "say ^1Admin warning ^3>>> ^/Stop messing with the team (harrasing teammates), thank you! ^3(^/last call^3)" bind KP_PLUS "say ^1Admin warning ^3>>> ^/Please be polite and respect differences, no insults. Have fun! ^3(^/last call^3)" bind KP_HOME "say ^1Admin warning ^3>>> ^/Do not touch the objective before 5 min. have passed, thank you! ^3(^/last call^3)" echo ^7[ ^1Warning messages ^2loaded ^7] [ Custom Messages ] // [ Custom Messages ] - your own custom msg wait bind KP_SLASH "say ^/Server rules can be found on ^5http://fearless-assassins.com/wiki/index.php/W:ET_Server_Rules" bind * "vsay Hi ^/Hi ET folks, [N] ^/is ^2online^/, questions welcome. Have fun!" bind KP_MINUS "vsay GoodBye ^/That is all folks, dont do anything I would not do :-)" bind KP_PLUS "vsay Thanks ^/You are (all) great, a big ^3Thank You ^/from [N]" echo ^7[ ^6Custom messages ^2loaded ^7] Questions and suggestions welcome! EDIT: doing this, i had a solution in mind that will work for every mod out there, as the original ET ... if it is possible to put in vsays that only admins can use on every server, even better.
    22. The 21st of June. Summer solstice in the northern hemisphere, winter solstice in the southern hemisphere. Yes, the sun will rise very early in the north. Who the hell cares? We’ll all sleep till dawn anyway. Sharpen your Thompsons, reload your knives, talk a walk on the moon and fix your headsets. It’s Gameday time! Event: =F|A= Solstice Spree Wars: panzerwar, sniperwar, crazy gravity and of course normal fights. Date and time: noon, Saturday 20th of June until 7.00 A.M., Sunday 21st of June (London time GMT+1) convert to your time in here http://www.timeandda.../converter.html Server Name: F|A #2 XPSAVE FOREVER Server IP: jay2.clan-fa.com Teamspeak IP: ts.clan-fa.com:4666 Be there, because it will be the only gameday of the season! We came to it at last Another great gameday of our time We gotta go FAST And attend it enmasse, It ain't a crime To go bat shit crazy While blasting folks with a noob tube Come now, don't be lazy Join us and apply some lube Because my panzer is going right up Jaymod sucks but I don't care I'm still going to stir some shit up While remaining smooth and debonair Your Solstice Sugars: Kat0n D..X RedBaird Platonic War Xernicus *Reverze*..!? Dougl@s D!rk Masa_1964 Rasom i do Kinza Sis <3 Supervisors: Maximo Decimo Heretic121 DJ aka GDR DJ Von Rantala Special thanks to D!rk for the poster and to Dougl@s for the video!
    23. Installing Ubuntu This section will show you how to download and install Ubuntu and give you a brief introduction to that popular Operating System. This tutorial deals with Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx but will most likely work with every following version as well. It will guide you through the intuitive installation using an ordinary USB flash disk with at least 1GB of disk space. There's also a way to install it without using a CD/DVD or a USB flash disk, but this way you'll produce a universal Linux flash disk which could be used to install Ubuntu on any PC or as Recovery-CD to retrieve data from a broken system. Downloading Ubuntu The first thing you obviously need to do to install Ubuntu on your system is downloading an installation image of it. Therefore, head over to Ubuntu.com and download the 32-bit version of Ubuntu. Hint: The main Ubuntu mirrors are usually pretty busy. Sweden's mirror is currently one of the fastest in Europe. Creating a Ubuntu USB flash drive Attach a regular USB flash drive with at least 1GB of disk space to your PC. Since the data on the flash drive will be erased during that step, I'd recommend backing up your data, using an old flash drive or buy a new one. (They are only about 10$ and you could use it for whatever you want afterwards.) Now open a command line with administrative rights by opening your Start menu, typing in cmd and right click the first entry to Run as administrator. Enter the following commands. (Note that X equals the Disk # from list disk.) Having your bootable flash drive ready, extract the Ubuntu image's content to your flash drive using WinRar or any other program which is able to extract .iso files. Hint: For more detailed instructions on how to create a bootable flash drive, have a look at this tutorial. Image: http://fearless-assa...=images&img=610 Installing Ubuntu Reboot your PC and make sure you selected to boot from a USB flash drive. (The key to select this option is mostly F12 or ESC, please refer to your Mainboard's documentation for further information on this.) As soon as the purple screen with the accessibility icon on the bottom appears, hit the Enter key and select the language of your choice. Navigate to Install Ubuntu to start the installation routine. The first three steps are self-explanatory and will guide you through the basic settings. When it comes to disk space preparation, select Install them side by side, choosing between them each startup and continue. Enter your login credentials, decide whether to import your documents from your Windows partition and start the installation process. This may take a while, depending on your computer's performance. Reboot your PC and remove the USB flash disk when asked to. You will be presented with Linux' bootloader, GRUB. As you might have already expected, you could either boot into your new Ubuntu installation by choosing Ubuntu, with Linux 2.6.32-21-generic (Version number depending on the installed kernel.) or into your old Windows by choosing Windows 7 (loader) (on /dev/sda1). Image: Configuring Ubuntu To prevent any security leaks, we are going to change the password of Ubuntu's Administrator account, called root. To do so, open a new Terminal window by navigating to Applications – Accessories – Terminal. Type in sudo passwd, enter your user's password, enter a new password for root and confirm it. I recommend updating the system regularly, which could be either done graphically or via Terminal. Since I prefer the latter way, run the following command to update the application list, update the applications themselves and upgrade the system's core, called kernel: To install drivers needed to run Enemy Territory smoothly, go to System – Administration – Hardware Drivers, let it update it's lists and follow the on-screen instructions to installed the drivers. Installing Enemy Territory This section will show you how to download and install the game itself, updating PunkBuster, fixing potential sound problems and finally how to uninstall it. Note: To install Enemy Territory on a 64-bit system, you need to have ia32-libs installed. Feel free to contact me for further details. Downloading and Installing Enemy Territory The Linux version of Enemy Territory consists of the the game in version 2.60 of about 260MB and a linux update of about 8MB. To download both from a fast mirror, run the following commands in Ubuntu's Terminal application: Following the usual process, we install the game first by running sudo sh et-linux-2.60.x86.run. If you didn't run into any problems yet, you will be prompted with a semi-graphical installation routine. Accept the license agreements, leave the installation path at it's default value /usr/local/games/enemy-territory, the symlink path at /usr/local/bin and leave both options, Enemy Territory and PunkBuster client/server files, checked to make sure it installs PunkBuster as well. Accept PunkBuster's license agreement and install the startup menu entries. To prevent security problems, please do not start the game from the installer's prompt because it will run it as root, being able to make changes on your system without notifying you. Repeat the same procedure to install the patch: Execute it with sudo sh et-linux-2.60-update.x86.run, accept the license agreements, leave the paths on their default values and you're done. Hint: To clean up the Terminal window, just type in clear and hit the Enter key. Image: Updating PunkBuster It's time to get an up-to-date version of PunkBuster to avoid getting banned from your favorite servers. To download the updates, visit PunkBuster's pbsetup.run website, pass the Captcha and download the file. Since the file will be downloaded to your user account's Downloads folder, move it to the desktop for your comfort. You could easily access the Downloads folder by navigating to Places – Downloads. Extract the ZIP-File by right clicking on it and selecting Extract Here. Run the following commands from your Terminal window to update PunkBuster: Image: Fixing Downloads and Sound Run the game once to create the required folder structure by navigating to Applications - Other - enemy-territory. Execute sudo chown -R fa:fa ~/.etwolf/ (where fa:fa equals your user account) to be able to download any custom soundpacks or maps later. To be able to hear your enemy in-game we need to fix potential sound problems by running sudo apt-get install esound. If you've still got sound problems, run sudo apt-get install vim to install a great text editor, executing sudo vim /etc/init.d/etSoundFix.sh, pressing the i key to enter vim's Insert mode, entering echo “et.x86 0 0 direct†> /proc/asound/card0/pcm0p/oss and pressing ESC followed by :wq to save the file and leave vim. The only thing left to do is setting the correct permissions by running sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/etSoundFix.sh and adding it to our startup daemon by executing sudo update-rc.d etSoundFix.sh defaults. (Don't worry about the warnings at this point, it just grumbling that we didn't include any LSB information to our file.) Uninstalling Enemy Territory Unfortunately there is no uninstallation routine included in Enemy Territory's installer, so you'll have to uninstall it manually by doing:
    24. CPU: Intel i7- 3630QM, 2,4GHz RAM: 8GB Graphic Card: NVIDIA GEFORCE GT635M with 2GB of memory (*) Monitor: 1920x1080p 60Hz 21.5-inch |Acer S22HQL Internet connexion and speed: :.) It changes, mobile data 4gLTE sometimes ,sometimes only 3gHSDPA+ (*) Game graphics: High! Like I'm What resolution you play with: Full hd usually --> height's been 1010p due to not Fullhd and able to TS while playing(*) What Sensitivity: I've played 5--> (*) What Crosshair: 5(dot&RED) --> (*) What FOV you want: 120-130?--> (*) and if you want some specific binds please tell us what and with what key you want? IDK, few nice one, I can make them myself too Please be free to offer what you see as the best! Sincerely -ELIMINAATTORI- Loser
    25. File Name: Enemy Territory Full Version File Submitter: daredevil File Submitted: 15 Oct 2012 File Category: Software Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory (also referred to as simply Enemy Territory, ET, or W:ET) is a free and open source multiplayer first-person shooter video game. System requirements 600 MHz CPU 128 MB RAM 32 MB OpenGL graphics card 56.6k Modem/LAN Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is a downloadable, free-to-play multiplayer game in which players wage war as Axis or Allies in team-based combat. It's a team game; you will win or fall along with your comrades. The only way to complete the objectives that lead to victory is by cooperation, with each player covering their teammates and using their class special abilities in concert with the others. Featuring multiplayer support for up to 32 players, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory is the ultimate test of communication and teamwork on the battlefield. Players join the fray as one of five distinct character classes each with unique combat abilities. The Covert Ops can steal the uniforms of fallen enemies and perform covert reconnaissance behind enemy lines, while Engineers can plant and diffuse land mines as well as construct battlefield structures including bridges, guard towers and forward operations bases in the midst of combat to gain advantages for their team. Medics provide health and revive fallen teammates, as Field Ops use their binoculars to mark enemy positions for a Soldier's mortar barrage. Each Axis or Allies team can divide itself into smaller fire teams for quick and easy communication using an intuitive messaging system and dynamic command map of the entire battlefield. No longer does winning a single battle win the war. In Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory multiple objective-based scenarios are linked together over the course of three maps to form a campaign where teams struggle for successive victories. Throughout a campaign, players gain experience in categories like battle sense and light weapons as well as their class specific abilities, each of which persist and accumulate over the course of the campaign. As players reach higher levels in each of the seven categories they are awarded with enhanced abilities as well as battlefield promotions that are represented as ranks on each players helmet. The 28 enhanced abilities range from higher ammunition capacity and faster power-bar recharge times, to the ability to see land mines, revive fallen teammates at full health or use a machinegun instead of a pistol as your secondary weapon. In addition to objective and campaign modes, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory introduces a team-based Last-Man-Standing game mode, where squad-mates cooperate to ensure their team has the last surviving man on the battlefield. Additionally, Splash Damage has created a new terrain foliage system that allows players to hide or take a sniper position in the cover of long grass or snowy mountaintops. With numerous game modes, epic campaigns, persistent character progression and an arsenal of overwhelming firepower including land mines, mortars, mobile MG-42s and a silenced sniper rifle, Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory will have players battling in the trenches for hours. Download the game, install it and fire up ET.exe and join server. You can open the console using "~" key and directly connect to server using: \connect jay1.clan-fa.com You can also find our other community servers here: Fearless Assassins Gaming Community Enemy Territory Servers Click here to download this file

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