// THE CREDITS echo BHop toggler script echo BY |L4C| Hiruma Yoichi echo Tester : See above
// THE SCRIPT bind home "bhop" alias bhop "bhop1; bhop2; bhopecho" alias bhop1 "bind mwheelup +jump" alias bhop2 "bind home bhop3" alias bhop3 "bhop4; bhop5; bhopecho2" alias bhop4 "bind mwheelup lastinv" alias bhop5 "bind home bhop" alias bhopecho "echo Mouse wheel ready for bunnyhop !" alias bhopecho2 "echo Mouse wheel ready for weapon changes"
Hello, this is my first release and my first script ever.
What it does is it binds your HOME key to bind your mouse wheel
to jump, and when you press HOME again, your mousewheel is binded
to invnext and lastinv.
If you want to edit, ask me please.
You can edit the first line (bind home bhop) to whatever key you
Also you can edit the lastinv and invnext to what your mouse is
Go in C:\\Program Files\\Steam\\Steamapps\\YOURACCOUNTNAME\\counter-strike source\\cstrike\\cfg.
If there is an autoexec.cfg file, open it with notepad and paste the lines up there in it.
If there is no autoexec.cfg file, right click --> New --> Text file --> name it autoexec.cfg (extensions must be enabled in settings) and paste the lines in it.
Why use so many unnecessary aliases? This will work, but it is overcomplicated. I wrote this for myself awhile ago, and it essentially does the same thing in 3 lines.
bind z "+bhop"
alias +bhop "bind mwheeldown +jump; bind z -bhop"
alias -bhop "bind mwheeldown invnext; bind z +bhop"
And who is going to want to look at an echo in their console when they can just flick their mouse wheel down?