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 Poo's Guide - Single reload and Multiple Binding!

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PostSubject: Poo's Guide - Single reload and Multiple Binding!   18/3/2009, 18:13

As ppl obviously have no clue how to do the reload bind i figured to post it here.. Razz
I will explain how to do the single Reload bind but also put more then 1 binds on 1 key! I call it: Multiple bind Razz Its not hard at all

Single bind:

Open console (~) / (`).
Type:
/bind R teamsay ";-reload;+reload"

Example:
/bind R teamsay Reloadin' cova MA ass! ";-reload;+reload"

Now and then an error occures: After shooting the gun reloads automaticly, after one single shot. FAQ:
"How to fix this?"

Answer: Simple type /unbind R. Then after click "Escape", click "Options" and go "Controls". For Reload there wont be any value set. Click on it and click "R".
Then try to shoot and see if it reloads automatically after one shot
again. If it does, quit ET and start it again, error should be fixed.
If it doesn't, you can simply retry the bind. Smile

Now that was my Single bind : FAQ : "Error fix" Very Happy

Multiple Bind:

The Multiple Bind is a bind, a bind wich can have multiplied options of says. When you bind "Affirmative" without a multiple bind (/bind Yes vsay affirmative) You will only see "Yes" when you click on the . But however with Multiple Bind you can click "" and have "Yes" written. But next time when you click you could have "Yes, SIR"
written. Thats Multiple Bind. So after shortly having explained what
Multiple Bind is, ill now tell HOW u can get multiple binds.
Ill do it in steps.

1.) Open "Notepad".

2.) Choose wich command (vsay) you want to bind. In my example ill take: "Oops".

3.) Choose how many different says you want. In my example ill take 6.

4.) I will now show an example.


1) set Oops "vstr Oops1"
2) set Oops1 "Vsay Oops ; set Oops vstr Oops2" <-- Bind 1
3) set Oops2 "Vsay Oops ; set Oops vstr Oops3" <-- Bind 2
set Oops3 "Vsay Oops ; set Oops vstr Oops4" <-- Bind 3
set Oops4 "Vsay Oops ; set Oops vstr Oops5" <-- Bind 4
set Oops5 "Vsay Oops ; set Oops vstr Oops6" <-- Bind 5
set Oops6 "Vsay Oops ; set Oops vstr Oops1" <-- Bind 6

bind o "vstr oops"

I will now explain every single step (1 - 3)

1) set Oops "vstr Oops1" -Here is what you set for the next steps (2 - 3). The first "Oops" can be set to any value. (Whoops, oops, boobs, froobs, noob, etc..) Then you have "vstr Oops1" This is to set the Vstr in the following binds (2 - 6). Vstr = Add big or small letters in a bind. Not every server allows big letters by itself. A Vstr can help to add big letters. So for the both Oops you can set ANY value. Though the Oops1 value must be with the "1" behind it.

2) set Oops1 "Vsay Oops ; set Oops vstr Oops2" -Here is the first bind. From now on you wont be able to set any DIFFERENT value then the value set in Step 1. If you took "Oops" in your Vstr you will have to use that value in your next binds too. Example for another bind: If you decide to take "Affirmative" and set the Vstr for this bind: "Yes" you will be using the bind: set Yes1 "Vsay Affirmative ; set Yes vstr Yes2" As you can see not ALL values have changed. The value after "Vsay" is always the Vsay as in a normal bind. The "Oops2" behind the last vstr in the bind is a reference to the NEXT bind. (Wich would be vstr "Yes3")

3) set Oops2 "Vsay Oops ; set Oops vstr Oops3"
-Here is the second bind. Same story as at Step 2 though i make this
step as some further example, for those who didnt get it so far. As
youve seen in the beginning example, every line starts with "set", followed by the value set. (With the number of bind it is: as in Oops2)


So easiest way to get Multiple Bind is to simply Copy:

set Oops "vstr Oops1"
set Oops1 "Vsay Oops ; set Oops vstr Oops2"
set Oops2 "Vsay Oops ; set Oops vstr Oops3"
set Oops3 "Vsay Oops
; set Oops vstr Oops4"
set Oops4 "Vsay Oops
; set Oops vstr Oops5"
set Oops5 "Vsay Oops
; set Oops vstr Oops6"
set Oops6 "Vsay Oops
; set Oops vstr Oops1"

bind "vstr oops"


or maybe easier is to copy this, for people who dont really see where they have to change WHAT, copy this:

set "vstr 1"
set 1 "Vsay ; set vstr
2"
set
2 "Vsay ; set vstr 3"
set
3 "Vsay ; set vstr 4"
set
4 "Vsay ; set vstr 5"
set
5 "Vsay ; set vstr 6"
set
6 "Vsay ; set vstr 1"

bind "vstr
"


But
ofcourse set the value for Oops the value you want. Depending on what
you are binding. So simply always copy this, but then fill in other
values. And ofcourse, fill in your own bind for " ". When you made the
binds and saved the file. Simply click " Save as.. " and type " .cfg "
the .cfg is important. Otherwise ET cant read and execute it. Example:
" Bind.cfg " Ofcourse, the stripe below .cfg is not necessary. Then
take a place where to save the file. Best place is ofcourse in the
"etmain" folder. So then you dont have to drag it there anymore after.
" Where can I find "etmain"? "

The
"etmain" is to be found in " C:\Program Files\Wolfenstein
- Enemy Territory " Though it depends on how you called your
Wolfenstein - ET folder. Simply put the "bind.cfg" in the "etmain"
folder. Then in-game (and in server) open console (~) and type: " /exec
bind.cfg " Ofcourse, after " /exec " you must type the name youve
chosen. This could be ANY name. When youve executed the file you have
made your CFG with Multiple Bind. There are many more things to put in
this CFG youve just made. But i think ill make more guides. Smile


I hope i explained it will 'nuf. Its my FIRST GUIDE about this so i cudnt
explain it all very well. Wink But i hope i done good 'nuf. Smile So
enjoy my Guide and i hope you learned something.


Last edited by |FBI|Poo~BeaR|SoF| on 22/3/2009, 23:57; edited 1 time in total
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PostSubject: Re: Poo's Guide - Single reload and Multiple Binding!   18/3/2009, 20:06

Very nice poobear, very nice Very Happy

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PostSubject: Re: Poo's Guide - Single reload and Multiple Binding!   15/4/2009, 04:56

ty Poo, nice binds, i had binds on gray about the old ST Mo*, i forgot how to delete it, ty for make remind
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PostSubject: Re: Poo's Guide - Single reload and Multiple Binding!   15/4/2009, 16:38

No problem Smile Always happy to help ppl i guess Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Poo's Guide - Single reload and Multiple Binding!   21/5/2009, 11:56

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