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  • Keymaster
    Member since: June 19, 2020


    Here is a config file I use to easily setup common settings such as name, network tweaks and binds. If you run this file from the console in the game it will be saved in the main ini file for that server.

    Copy everything below the ‘

    ‘ line and paste into a text file, notepad is fine.

    The default game folder for 64 bit machines is c:/program files x86/Call of Duty Game of the Year Edition.

    The default game folder for 32 bit machines is c:/program files/Call of Duty Game of the Year Edition.

    Save the file as “setup.cfg’ inside the uo folder in the game folder.

    You may have to change the permissions in win 7 and up to allow you to save a file in the folder. If so, open explorer, browse to the game folder. Right click on the folder and click ‘Properties’. Click the ‘Security’ tab at the top. In the middle, click ‘Edit’. Click on ‘Users’ in the top list, then click the checkbox under ‘Allow’ beside ‘Full control’. Then ‘OK’ at the bottom.

    After all of that all you need to do is run the cfg file inside of the game once you’re on a server. Once on the server, pull down the console by pressing the ‘~’ (tilde) key. Type in there this command: “exec setup” without the quotes and press ‘Enter’.

    The game should restart if everything is correct.

    // <– these shlashes before any line causes the game to ignore everything after them
    // Locate your game folder, then go into the uo folder and save this file there as ‘setup.cfg’
    // then in the game, pull down the cosole and type “exec setup” without the quotes to execute it.
    // Hint: press the tilde (~) key to pull down the console in game

    // Set your name xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    // There is a limit and I’m not how many chrs it is
    name “^5[^6VIP^5]^6T^5oo^6G^5oo^6B”

    // Sets the record button to F10, press F10 again to stop xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    // you can change the F10 after the ‘bind’ command below to any key you want.
    set secJ “vstr secJ01”
    bind F10 “vstr secJ”
    set secJ01 “record; set secJ vstr secJ02”
    set secJ02 “stoprecord; set secJ vstr secJ01”

    // Mouse Sensitivty Adjuster script
    //set secJ “vstr secJ01”

    // Replace with the key this script is bound to
    // you can change the n after the ‘bind’ command below to any key you want.
    //bind n “vstr secJ”
    //set secJ01 “sensitivity 5; echo Sensitivity set to 5; set secJ vstr secJ02”
    //set secJ02 “sensitivity 10; echo Sensitivity set to 10; set secJ vstr secJ03”
    //set secJ03 “sensitivity 15; echo Sensitivity set to 15; set secJ vstr secJ04”
    //set secJ04 “sensitivity 20; echo Sensitivity set to 20; set secJ vstr secJ05”
    //set secJ05 “sensitivity 25; echo Sensitivity set to 25; set secJ vstr secJ01”

    // Custom binds xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    // you can change the j after the ‘bind’ command below to any key you want.
    bind j “say ^4I jacked your ^3jeep”

    // xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    // vsay commands are the in game verbals you can do by pressing ‘v’ then selecting a catagory then a
    // command. When you press ‘v’, the numbers beside ‘vsay’ below represent the lines you see in game.
    // xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

    // this is the vsay command “I need a ride!” xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    bind l “vsay 5 1”

    // is the vsay command “Yes sir!” xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    bind k “vsay 3 1”

    // tweaks your network connection xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    seta rate “15000” // The rate you send data, measured in bytes per second
    seta snaps “30” // The amount of times the server updates itself, similar to “ticks”
    seta cl_maxpackets “128” // maximum CMD packets sent to the server per second
    seta cl_packetdup “0” // Set to 1 if you have massive packet loss, 0 if not
    seta cl_timenudge “-10” // recommend -10 for pings les than 90 ping and -20 for pings higher than 90

    // Custom display resolution for wide screen monitors xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    seta r_displayrefresh 60 // Monitor refresh rate (check your current supported refresh rate in windows for possible settings)
    seta com_maxfps 125 // Frame rate (125 is great for jumping)
    seta cg_fov “96.4183” // Field of View or aspect ratio for wide screen
    seta r_mode “-1” // Set to -1 for custom resolution
    seta r_customheight “1080” // Use your currnet windows height
    seta r_customwidth “1920” // Use your current windows width

    // Increases your memory allocation xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    seta com_hunkmegs “512” // Video memory (128, 512, 1028), 1028 crashes my game.

    // restarts your video and applies these settings xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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