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CounterStrike:Source console question


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mozzer11

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Is there a way to make console commands stay and not reset when I join a different server?
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No, every time you leave a server it gets rid of everything you typed.
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It ahould keep 90% of the settings you typed in, everyones i know does maybe you should try reinstalling the game.
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CS is not really my game, but I play sof2 and I have a clan and I use the console alot to admin the server ect..

In sof2 while you are on the server it will save all of your commands to where all you have to do is press the up or down arrow to select something you last typed.

If you leave that server then everything you typed in the console will be gone/deleted...


If you stay on that same exact server without reconnecting or exiting the game it will stay.. :tazz:


Depends what you are trying to keep in the console but you can bind almost anything in multiplayer games.

Edited by jrm20, 27 November 2005 - 06:31 PM.

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