Viewmodel cycle bind

A Config Script for Team Fortress 2

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alias place1 "r_drawviewmodel 1; tf_use_min_viewmodels 0;cl_first_person_uses_world_model 0; bind [KEY] place2";

alias place2 "r_drawviewmodel 1; tf_use_min_viewmodels 1;cl_first_person_uses_world_model 0; bind [KEY] place3";

alias place3 "r_drawviewmodel 1; tf_use_min_viewmodels 0;cl_first_person_uses_world_model 1; bind [KEY] place4";

alias place4 "r_drawviewmodel 0; tf_use_min_viewmodels 0;cl_first_person_uses_world_model 0; bind [KEY] place1";

bind [KEY] place1
The purpose of this script is to bind a single key to cycle through the following: Default viewmodel settings, Minimal viewmodel mode, First person world model, and no viewmodel. This will leave your viewmodel_fov untouched. Replace all instances of "[KEY]" with the desired button. I personally use r.

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