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Define BT_USER1 - 4

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How can I define these buttons?
BT_USER1 through BT_USER4

also if I want to make a script where player needs to have 2 or more energy to activate something, how do I make that? like

if (energy = 1) like that but except there wont be a = but what?

Thanks

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Ra02 said:

I want to make a script where player needs to have 2 or more energy to activate something, how do I make that? like

if (energy = 1) like that but except there wont be a = but what?


First of all, a single '=' sign in ACS assigns a value to a variable, rather than checking for equality. You use '==' to do the latter. In any case, if you want to check whether a variable is greater or equal to 2, you'd use something like the following:

if (energy >= 2)
If you don't know what the '>=' means, or if you want to see info on similar operators, you should take a look at this page. Also, I can't answer your first question off the top of my head, sorry.

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Thanks, that's what I wanted to know. I knew that I have to put == instead of =. I was also wondering that it could be something like that but wasn't sure, also thanks for the page info.

Now all I need to know is how to define BT_USER1 to 4 ... anyone?

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Ra02 said:

Now all I need to know is how to define BT_USER1 to 4.. anyone?


Make a KEYCONF lump with:

   addkeysection "My Keysection" MySampleKeysection
   addmenukey "User action 1" my_userbind1
   addmenukey "User action 2" my_userbind2
   addmenukey "User action 3" my_userbind3
   addmenukey "User action 4" my_userbind4
   alias my_userbind1 "+user1"
   alias my_userbind2 "+user2"
   alias my_userbind3 "+user3"
   alias my_userbind4 "+user4"

   defaultbind v my_userbind1
   defaultbind b my_userbind2
   defaultbind n my_userbind3
   defaultbind m my_userbind4

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So if I understand correctly if I copy+paste this it will be
" defaultbind v my_userbind1
defaultbind b my_userbind2
defaultbind n my_userbind3
defaultbind m my_userbind4" as BT_USER?

I mean that defaultbind v my_userbind1 = key "v" BT_USER1 right?

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too complicated for me :D I just wanted to have BT_USER1 set as Q, 2 as E, 3 as Z and 4 as G, maybe Ill stick to trial and error then lol, but thanks

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No, what Worst said will work for what you want. And there's pretty much no other way to do it.

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