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Post by Birdskiller on 22nd January 2011, 19:38

This is specially directed to Bas : i saw on ur site we can make a file, for ex "config.txt" with stuff like set fov 60 in it, then type read file in console.
Well i did made a file config.txt, but failed to work lol.
If i type "read config" or "read (config)" i have "unable to read config"
if i type "read config.txt" "read (config.txt)" then its "unrecognized command"

any idea what coud be wrong?

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Post by kBg*Basber on 22nd January 2011, 20:58

Hi Bro.

Well, i create for example a file called "config.txt" with:
set fov 60
set cameraoffset 2
set disabletaunts 1

This file has to be at the same location where the turok2mp.exe is.

Then in consolei type read config.txt and the output looks like this:

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Post by Birdskiller on 23rd January 2011, 10:34

Thanks Bas, well it doesnt work when i type this, maybe cos my config file.

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Post by kBg*Basber on 23rd January 2011, 12:15

but it has to work.... Shocked

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Post by Seb@s on 23rd January 2011, 16:21

How odd Butch ! should work ! saved the file in the same folder t2mp.exe?
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Post by Birdskiller on 23rd January 2011, 16:29

yes i saved in my t2 folder; wondering if its cos i have windows 7 maybe?

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Post by Seb@s on 23rd January 2011, 17:18

Nha Bird i have w7 too!! has to be something else. study
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