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    I'm having trouble making a custom config. I've done it many times in the past when I delete/reinstall ns. This time, I created a file called userconfig.cfg and pasted lazyeye's config in it, but despite me checking everything for about 2 hours now it won't load the binds in-game. If anyone has any ideas why this isn't working i'd really appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

  • #2
    Re: Config help

    Make sure your config.cfg is executing userconfig.cfg:

    exec userconfig.cfg
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    • #3
      Re: Config help

      yea thanks wyz, I made sure it is but its still not recognizing the file. any other ideas?

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      • #4
        Re: Config help

        exec userconfig.exe at the very end of the config.cfg? Anything the config runs after it will overwrite what was in the userconfig

        If it's all still not working, I would suggest trying to put the stuff straight into your config file. Make a backup copy first.

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        • #5
          Re: Config help

          simple solution: as a backup, bind a key in your config.cfg to "exec userconfig.cfg" and slap the key as soon as you get into game. that'll make sure it executes no matter what

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          • #6
            Re: Config help

            Try creating a new file called autoexec.cfg, and in that file put

            exec userconfig.cfg

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            • #7
              Re: Config help

              Make sure the filetype is CFG and not TXT, the file might be called userconfig.cfg.txt with hidden extentions turned on. Also the binds in my config dont execicute very well with blockscirpts on a blockscript server F1 and F2 wont work for joining a team, I can rewrite my config to change this if you want.

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