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Hi guys,

 

When i wanna do bind vsay thing and i write(for example) : /bind o fa10 ^1WWAAAZZZZUUUPPPP!!!

then when I press o comes: wwaaazzzzuuupppp!!!! (in red) why isnt it WWAAAAZZZuUUPPPP ?

and how to do the "big-letters" in bind then?

 

Cya =)<

Jeff

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i dont think that you cant use caps in bind. The only time ive seent caps is if your using [n],[d],[k],etc.. then it uses the letters as they appear in the persons name.

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Hi guys,

 

When i wanna do bind vsay thing and i write(for example) : /bind o fa10 ^1WWAAAZZZZUUUPPPP!!!

then when I press o comes: wwaaazzzzuuupppp!!!! (in red) why isnt it WWAAAAZZZuUUPPPP ?

and how to do the "big-letters" in bind then?

 

Cya =)<

Jeff

Don't have any bind over the original vsay.

So instead of

/bind o vsay fa10 ^1WWAAAZZZZUUUPPPP!!!

it would be

/bind o vsay fa10

 

I don't know if their is a way to make it caps since I haven't used say and vsay binds in about 2 years now lol so I don't remember

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I always was able to use big letters ... I never had that problem. Here is an example for what I'm using in my config :

 

bind F5 "vsay Hi ^NHello"

bind F6 "vsay Oops ^NHum..."

bind F7 "vsay Cheer ^NCheers"

bind F8 "vsay Affirmative ^NYes^1!!!"

bind F9 "vsay Negative ^NNo^1!!!"

 

and when it's show up in public chat it's show like this

 

Hello

Hum...

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in order to have caps in your bind you must make a completely different config file. much like if you create a config file for a name.

 

so in your config you do your vsay then bind your key to /exec vsay.cfg

 

this will preserve your capital letters.

 

atleast for jmod.

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in order to have caps in your bind you must make a completely different config file. much like if you create a config file for a name.

 

so in your config you do your vsay then bind your key to /exec vsay.cfg

 

this will preserve your capital letters.

 

atleast for jmod.

 

you can do /vstr in your cfg see http://fearless-assassins.com/blog/2/entry-2-before-i-grow-old-here-lies-a-note-on-vstr-and-some-more/

 

 

havent tryed medics way though, but it seems easier

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But its gone after every quit :(

 

how to fix?

Add it to the cfg file and re-exec file each time you come onto ET

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do u wanna explain tht to me?

step for step? I aint good with cfg shit,,

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do u wanna explain tht to me?

step for step? I aint good with cfg shit,,

 

do you have a cfg? if so just re edit it and add your binds to it minus the / . ie bind [key] vsay whatever [bind text] . if you dont have one.. i think theres a thread somewhere where medic will make you one

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do you have a cfg? if so just re edit it and add your binds to it minus the / . ie bind [key] vsay whatever [bind text] . if you dont have one.. i think theres a thread somewhere where medic will make you one

Here's the link to that thread

http://fearless-assassins.com/topic/2271-official-autoexec-cfg-config-request/

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