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Raptomex
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Is there a way to permanently enable gameplay options? For example in GZDoom and ScoreDoom I want set "Allow Freelook" to "No". With my settings this will allow me to aim left and right with the mouse but not up and down. Anyway, I set it to "No", play the game, exit the game, start it up again and the setting has reverted back to "Yes".

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While it shouldn't be necessary, you could try editing the .ini file. Search for freelook= and change it from true to false. If the setting's still enabled, the problem might have to do with where you've installed GZDoom and ScoreDoom.

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Go to "mouse options" instead. Gameplay options are for overrides and they aren't saved.

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Raptomex
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I've tried editing the ini file with no luck and if I turn off mouselook in the mouse options then for some reason you will end up moving forward and back with the mouse. I just want to look left and right with the mouse and move with the keys, nothing more.

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Try setting "Forward/Backward Speed" option to 0 (this is in mouse options).

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Raptomex
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Blue Shadow said:
Try setting "Forward/Backward Speed" option to 0 (this is in mouse options).

Still moves forward and backwards.

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Set mouselook speed to 0

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kristus said:
Set mouselook speed to 0

That finally worked in GZDoom in addition to everything else. Just not ScoreDoom. I'll try comparing options.

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Any way to have this same effect with a controller, but only for Doom? I want freelook to remain in Heretic and so on, where it was part of the base game, but not Doom.

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