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set cg_hitsounds "2" //Essential for pwning midrange and close combat, don't recommend it for long range difficult making headshots from far

set pmove_fixed "0"

set cg_smoothclients "1"

cg_predictitems "1"

set m_pitch "0.0161" // Sets the mouse pitch (up/down). Sometimes i'd reduce it to .0.151

set m_yaw "0.022" // Sets the mouse yaw (left/right).

 

I always play around with my cfg i'm just not a guy who likes to stay with the same ol, so I test out different resolutions and such. Increased my Headshots alot more with these settings than I have ever before also using a 19inch CRT SyncMaster 950p Monitor rather than my laptop 14inch.

 

I also noticed that sometimes using r_rmse '70" helps clear out and smoothen unneccessary pixels on the screen, but takes up alot of memory so becareful and watch your ram.

 

I'm not a puss who keeps configs to himself in fear of losing to others, I demand competition and the more players to compete with the better.

 

 

I'd like if someone could possibly make a hitsound script that would toggle from cg_hitsounds 0,1,2, thanks please.

Edited by Fearless Staff

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bind KEY vstr hits
set hits0 "cg_hitsounds 0; echo ^0> ^7Hitsound ^0: ^20; set hits vstr hits1"
set hits1 "cg_hitsounds 1; echo ^0> ^7Hitsound ^0: ^21; set hits vstr hits2"
set hits2 "cg_hitsounds 2; echo ^0> ^7Hitsound ^0: ^22; set hits vstr hits0"
set hits vstr hits0

 

I haven't tested it. Let me know if it doesn't work.

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Thanks I'll test it out later, just wrote one also just incase will test both out.

 

// Hitsounds Toggle

set hitsounds1 "cg_hitsounds 1; set hitsoundstoggle vstr hitsounds2; echo ^8Hitsounds : Body & Head"
set hitsounds2 "cg_hitsounds 2; set hitsoundstoggle vsty hitsounds3; echo ^8Hitsounds : Headshot Only"
set hitsoundsdefault "cg_hitsounds 0; set hitsoundstoggle vstr hitsounds1; echo ^8Hitsounds : No Hitsounds"
set hitsounds toggle "vstr hitsounds1"

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