Key Reset Script

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If you use different key binds across classes, you will need a script like this to unbind shared keys.

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exec undo360controller
unbind MOUSE1
unbind MOUSE2
unbind MOUSE3
unbind MOUSE4
unbind MOUSE5
unbind [
unbind ]
unbind \
unbind "ENTER"
bind "MWHEELUP" "invprev"
bind "MWHEELDOWN" "invnext"
bind MOUSE1 +attack
//bind MOUSE1 spec_next
bind MOUSE2 +attack2
//bind MOUSE2 spec_prev
echo "Mouse buttons reset!"
hud_fastswitch 1
bind "w" "+forward"
bind "a" "+moveleft"
bind "s" "+back"
bind "d" "+moveright"
cl_drawhud 1
r_drawviewmodel 1
Save this script as reset.cfg in the folder with the rest of your class scripts.

To use it, type exec reset.cfg at the top of every class script, e.g. scout.cfg or engineer.cfg

Basically, this script unbinds keys that are common between classes. This prevents you from rocket jumping as a scout and sentry jumping as a spy.

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  • Steamed avatar
    Steamed Offline
    Member Joined 2 years ago
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    2 years ago:
    Help!
    for whatever reason none of this is working, my engineer.cfg script is leaking into the autoexec.cfg script

    engineer.cfg

    exec reset.cfg
    bind mouse5 "buildsentry"
    alias buildsentry "build 2 0; wait 50; +attack; wait 50; -attack; wait; slot1"
    bind mouse4 "destroy 2 0"

    autoexec.cfg

    exec reset.cfg
    alias "swap" "swap1"
    alias "swap1" "slot1; alias swap swap2"
    alias "swap2" "slot2; alias swap swap1"
    bind "mouse4" "swap"
    bind "mouse5" "slot3; alias swap swap1"

    reset.cfg

    unbind MOUSE4
    unbind MOUSE5
    Bananite
  • clovervidia avatar
    Member Joined 5 years ago
    Report post
    3 years ago:
    > **Posted by Pacifist42**

    > just woundering, is there a command that resets all keys to default? that would make the script much simpler

    Indeed there is.

    exec config_default

    That will reset **every key** to their initial binds.

    The purpose of _this_ script is to reset common keys between classes, for example, I change around the mouse keys depending on the class, and this script resets them to what they were originally before switching to the class.

    But I digress. If you just want to reset all your keys to the TF2 defaults,

    exec config_default

    is the way to go.
    λ³ avatar
    Mantra
    λ³
  • Pacifist42 avatar
    Pacifist42 Offline
    Member Joined 3 years ago
    296 points Ranked 11758th
    Report post
    3 years ago:
    just woundering, is there a command that resets all keys to default? that would make the script much simpler
    Bananite

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Dec 31 2011 @ 12:52am UTC
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