Fallout 3 Discussion
Trainer Tools and Resources
[Edited by lordblabla, 11/12/2008 12:43:43 PM]
you HAVE to have the text "door" some similar to be at the top of the screen.
alternativly you can enter "#doorID.unlock", but that would be rather complicated. at least more complicated than just clicking the door and typing "unlock".
i noticed however, that the area where characters can be clicked on with the mouse are really big.
the area you can click an character is like a box around them a bit bigger than their size. (uuuuuuh! bad english!)
more words for better understanding:
imagine a box that is as big in size as the character on the broadest spots.
freeze a character and put him in a box of wood so he can fit in it without breaking anything off, any the box has to consist of only 6 sides. like boxes usually do.
thats the size you can click to select that character.
just without the wooden box . . .
so if someone is standing infront of a door, you will be unable to click the door, because you will constantly click the character infront of the door.
another thing i noticed is, that i got a "" instead of any text.
so i selected an object without a name. i guess it was the house the door was in.
it helped moving some steps in another direction to get another angle to the door, and trying to click it again.
typing "unlock" when no terminal or doorname is shown at the top of the screen is useless.
also i don't know what happens if you try to open doors that are locked for quests.
like the door to ravenrock.
@killa_B: setting timescale to 0 and wait/sleep will not keep you in the menu, everything still works (even tho your time is now a long bunch of numbers) except some texture glitches (blurry low-quality textures on the ground at places)
[Edited by intoxicated, 11/12/2008 3:35:21 PM]
setgs iMaxCharacterLevel ###
perks are all maxed around lvl38
leveling past level 20 with an evil character will result in a CTD!
leveling with a neutral or good character will set you back to "vault dweller" and three dog will stop speaking about what you did!
also this command will be reset on every start of the game.
if you must level past 20, use this mod: Link
another way to "level past 20" that doesn't crash with any character can be done doing this:
01 level till 20
02 use "player.setlevel 19" to reduce your level by one
03 goto 01
this way you can keep leveling, but you will not bump into any issues regarding your way of playing.
if you do this, you can also chose from the level 20 perks each time, like the reaper sprint and stuff.
and three dog will keep talking about what you did! =)
What I would like to know is if anyones found a way to batch run them, hopefully when the game starts.
Ive tried putting them in the Fallout_default.ini but that didnt work.
put your commands into a .txt-file in the fallout dir. it's really that easy! =)
when you start up your game, open the console and type "bat
if you named your file "bla.txt" the command would be "bat bla"
it's really that easy! =)
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