If you set this command to 2, you will have infinite ammo to reload with, but you will still run out of ammo after firing all of the bullets in your gun's clip. The default value is 1, and you can choose any value between 0. If a Place argument is given, the current Place is set. Use a 0 to show Steam avatars. Game Type The number of the game type you wish to play.
Jerkstoresup created a set of aliases, +ng and -ng. Entering the number 20 plays the demo back 20 times as fast. The default value is 10. Client only command Modified in v1. These are the two things needed in videos. This is many times faster, but can be disabled for error checking. Seconds The amount of seconds that players have to access and use the buy menu after the round begins.
If the bot spawns dead, it will respawn at the start of the next round. Range The maximum range that flames can spread from where you threw the grenade. Difficulty The difficulty the spawned bot should have. You can try other values for different results. Suicide kill Kills you for the round. To easily find a command you are looking for, use the built in search functionality in your browser e. When raw input is enabled, input is taken directly from your mouse and your operating system settings like acceleration, delay, etc will not come into play.
Click on a command's name to visit its individual page, on which you can find more information including working examples and its default setting or value. The same command exists for green and blue. The same command exists for red and blue. Most players find auto-equipping guns frustrating, so most will need to set this to 0. Client only command New in v1. Nodes that are not connected via the net graph from the selected node will be drawn in blue.
Start a Casual Match 6. Note that this only works for npc classes that are already in the world. Remember this is a full list of commands, so it is huge. The correct format to enter them is with just the weapon name and a space between each one: weapon1 weapon2 weapon3 weapon4. Set to 0 to resume the timer. It also shows your velocity run speed.
All this is possible because of all these commands. Degrees The degrees you want to be able to look down. Turning this feature off can be useful, as when you're by the edge of the map less of the radar's space is taken up by empty space, meaning you can see your surroundings more clearly. All the experienced players know that. Max Ping The maximum ping of a server you join. Thickness The thickness value you want your crosshair outline to be. Place mode allows labelling of Area with Place names.
Separate multiple grenades with spaces. This will remove all connections between the two Areas. Seconds The amount of time in seconds the scoreboard will show for after a competitive match ends. Useful for exploring levels quickly. See argument information for options. Some entites will also display entity specific overlays.
Cannot be set while connected to a server. The preftech is medium priority and non-persistent. The default value for this command is 7 seconds, but it can be changed to under a second or for minutes at a time. You can set all those in the options menu. The lower you set this, the less laggy your matches might be, but it usually increases the time it takes to find a game. Press the key and you will see a window like this, which is the console: Now enter any commands you would like to apply to the game in this window and press enter. Place mode allows labelling of Area with Place names.
Range is from 0 - 1 with 1 being damage equal to what is done to an enemy Client only command Modified in v1. Useful for finding stray areas missed when Place Painting. Prints a list of files that were opened more than once and ~how long was spent reading from them. You can do more or less if you wish to do so. When picker is on, the bounding box, pivot and debugging text is displayed for whatever entity the player is looking at.