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PostSubject: cfg file problems   Fri 11 Mar 2011, 10:27 pm

How i make cgf file becouse when i do it and save it to base game doesn't found it whit exec (filename).
Can someone make simple manual for me
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PostSubject: Re: cfg file problems   Sat 12 Mar 2011, 12:29 am

maybe it's that : go in folders options in your config pannel, and in the second tab ( display ), disable "hide files extensions which are known" or something like that.

Then you remake your cfg.

what i think happened is that as your windows hides extentions, when you add .cfg at the end of your file, it doesn't set .cfg as extension but as file name.
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PostSubject: Re: cfg file problems   Sat 12 Mar 2011, 5:19 am

It might be what you wrote in the cfg thats the problem e.g. a mistake like writing /bind instead of bind in the cfg, could you post whats in the cfg here?
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PostSubject: Re: cfg file problems   Sat 12 Mar 2011, 5:52 am

If you're using it in the SoL server, you shouldn't be saving it to your "base" folder, you should be saving it to your "dcmod1.2" folder. If you are on Windows 7 64-bit, that folder is not located where you think it is; it's here:

C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\Program Files (x86)\LucasArts\Star Wars JK II Jedi Outcast\GameData\dcmod1.2

If you copy and paste that into the top of a Windows Explorer (not Internet Explorer) bar, it should take you to the correct location. If you don't have 64-bit, it's probably still in the normal place:

C:\Program Files (x86)\LucasArts\Star Wars JK II Jedi Outcast\GameData\dcmod1.2
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PostSubject: Re: cfg file problems   Sat 12 Mar 2011, 5:55 am

i use ALL my scripts in base folder ... and they all work perfectly. It doesn't change nothing if the script is properly made, and at least it works in all servers.
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PostSubject: Re: cfg file problems   Sat 12 Mar 2011, 6:01 am

Well the issue would be if he has another CFG with the same name in his dcmod1.2 folder due to /write filename while in-game, I believe the custom ones he adds to his base folder will be overridden.

If this isn't your problem, most likely Ajunta is right about the file extension; you need to open a Windows Explorer (not Internet Explorer) window, at the top choose "Organize," then "Folder and search options," then second tab "View," then UNcheck "Hide extensions for known file types." Then you can rename your file from something like "config.cfg.txt" or "config.txt" to just "config.cfg".
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PostSubject: Re: cfg file problems   Sat 12 Mar 2011, 7:09 am

easiest way to do it is.
make your name
/write <whatever name>
then /exec <whatever name>
it kind of auto ' saves.
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PostSubject: Re: cfg file problems   Sat 12 Mar 2011, 10:24 am

seta name " ^0name
/// Insert Name Here ( 1=Red 2=Green 3=Yellow 4=Blue 5=Cyan/Lightblue 6=Pink 7=White 0=Black )

model morgan/default_mp
/// Model Here

color1 5
/// Saber colour ( 0=Red 1=Orange 2=Yellow 3=Green 4=Blue 5=Purple )

amlogin xxxxxxx
/// Admin Password

bind a +moveleft
bind b use_bacta
bind c +altattack
bind d +moveright
bind e force_throw
bind f +useforce
bind i messagemode4
bind j dcengageffduel
bind k engage_duel
bind l saberattackcycle
bind p cg_thirdperson !
bind q force_pull
bind r force_speed
bind s +back
bind t messagemode2
bind u messagemode3
bind v +strafe
bind w +forward
bind x forcenext
bind y messagemode
bind z forceprev
bind space +moveup

bind mouse1 +attack
bind mouse2 +movedown
bind mouse3 +force_grip

bind 1 weapon 1
bind 2 say ^0two
bind 3 say ^0three
bind 4 say ^0four
bind 5 weapon 5
bind 6 weapon 6
bind 7 weapon 7
bind 8 weapon 8
bind 9 weapon 9
bind 0 weapon 10

bind f1 force_throw
bind f2 force_pull
bind f3 force_speed
bind f4 force_distract
bind f5 force_heal
bind f6 +force_grip
bind f7 +force_lightning
bind f8 force_rage
bind f9 force_protect
bind f10 force_absorb
bind f11 +force_drain
bind f12 force_seeing

bind shift +speed
bind ctrl use_bacta
bind backspace force_healother
bind tab +scores
bind enter +use
bind , +taunt

bind uparrow say ^6up
bind downarrow say ^6down
bind leftarrow say ^6left
bind rightarrow say ^6right

cg_drawfps 1
cg_lagometer 1
cg_fov 100
com_maxfps 125


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PostSubject: Re: cfg file problems   Sat 12 Mar 2011, 10:25 am

Copy and Paste into notepad
Edit it as you wish
Save it name.cfg
Go into jk2
Exec name
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