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Autoexec builder - standalone

function: create a custom autoexec with descriptions of each cvar.
options: presets.


Language: Visual Basic
Open with: 7-zip


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06 Mar 2012, 00:33
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You coded this?

Never heard of it before, will try it tonight.

Either way, good job.


06 Mar 2012, 07:28
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Yes, I coded this. Thx.


06 Mar 2012, 12:17
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Addendum on the first post: It's not a functional autoexec builder. It's a non-functional start.


06 Mar 2012, 12:18
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Persian wrote:
Addendum on the first post: It's not a functional autoexec builder. It's a non-functional start.


:blink: Ah well no need for autoexecs! :) Nice to see you working on something for the community though.


06 Mar 2012, 13:08
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It's not really usefull you can't do a lot of thing.
anyway gj.


06 Mar 2012, 17:50
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nice work :)

not everyone knows how to put an ae together himself  :mrgreen:


06 Mar 2012, 23:16
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@Hayo : Not working on it anymore.

@Djeje : It's a simple tool which was supposed to customize your autoexec and show you a realtime example of the changes you made to it.


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i like the concept


07 Mar 2012, 18:54
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Anyone can explain how this works? Downloaded the files but I have no idea what to do with the vb files.


06 Feb 2013, 20:02
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Persian wrote:
Addendum on the first post: It's not a functional autoexec builder. It's a non-functional start.

this might explain why?


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Ah so this was basicly a work-in-progress. Don't understand why it was released then, unless the intention was to make it open source and editable for anyone.

Was hoping it was a script/program that would explain most of the cvars or show the minimum/maximum values.


06 Feb 2013, 20:43
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yup
persian said he wasnt going to finish it and thought maybe someone else wanted to finish it or find it useful in any other way

btw, i also have the edited by krizzy version of the zoom and thom autoexec


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The files were posted, so that the code wouldn't be lost when I cleaned up the laptop. Plus someone could make use of the code the continue the project. :-)

Cmd - Complete CMD list with explanation
Cvar - Complete CVAR list with explanation


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Persian wrote:
The files were posted, so that the code wouldn't be lost when I cleaned up the laptop. Plus someone could make use of the code the continue the project. :-)

Cmd - Complete CMD list with explanation
Cvar - Complete CVAR list with explanation
Thanks Persian, this is really useful for me! :-


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