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How to make Config for DMMM
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    Teh_Flamer posted on Aug 26, 2009 8:28:26 AM - Report post
     
    Allright, first of all, if you don't understand or is completely lost i'll gladely help you on x-fire: flamer12
    Or if you suggest a more detailed info just write in the thread.
    Although if you really need help, don't pm i got a x-fire it's way easier for both of us to communicate and make your desired cfg.



    First of all you start off with a note file (E.G Notepad).

    Pre needed steps:
    -Call your notepad file something that you'll remember like "myconfig" or something weird.

    Pre Editing config:
    You can't do stuff like
    bind "f1" "god 1"
    bind "f1" "give item_potion_life"
    Then it'll duplicate.

    Editing Config:
    -First of all start with this >
    bind "sv_cheats 1"
    The reason i did the " " around sv_cheats is becouse theres a space, that means that the config only would reconize sv_cheats, and would request you to turn it on or off (1 or 0) and then you would have to do it manually.

    -For next step you could do >
    bind "exec myconfig.cfg"
    Like that you can decide if you want to play with or without your custom config.
    Else it would just be "exec myconfig.cfg" in command line for the game.

    -Here comes the fun stuff like >
    arrow_unlimited 1
    buddha or god 1
    with god you can do bind "F9" "god 1"
    bind "F1" "mm_npc_create_orc_sword_shield"
    bind "F2" "mm_npc_create_orc_sword"
    bind "F3" "mm_npc_create_orc_sword_bow"
    bind "F4" "mm_npc_create_Leanna"
    bind "F5" "mm_npc_create_human_guard_bow"
    bind "F6" "mm_npc_create_human_guard"
    bind "F7" "mm_npc_create_human_guard_shield"

    -Nows the time to start the game.
    When you load or start a new campaign remember to execute your config (if you don't use command line), now all your binds have been enabled.


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    Steam: Mac787
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    SUPA_Killa posted on Aug 26, 2009 9:29:26 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by Teh_Flamer

    Allright, first of all, if you don't understand or is completely lost i'll gladely help you on x-fire: flamer12
    Or if you suggest a more detailed info just write in the thread.
    Although if you really need help, don't pm i got a x-fire it's way easier for both of us to communicate and make your desired cfg.



    First of all you start off with a note file (E.G Notepad).

    Pre needed steps:
    -Call your notepad file something that you'll remember like "myconfig" or something weird.

    Pre Editing config:
    You can't do stuff like
    bind "f1" "god 1"
    bind "f1" "give item_potion_life"
    Then it'll duplicate.

    Editing Config:
    -First of all start with this >
    bind "sv_cheats 1"
    The reason i did the " " around sv_cheats is becouse theres a space, that means that the config only would reconize sv_cheats, and would request you to turn it on or off (1 or 0) and then you would have to do it manually.

    -For next step you could do >
    bind "exec myconfig.cfg"
    Like that you can decide if you want to play with or without your custom config.
    Else it would just be "exec myconfig.cfg" in command line for the game.

    -Here comes the fun stuff like >
    arrow_unlimited 1
    buddha or god 1
    with god you can do bind "F9" "god 1"
    bind "F1" "mm_npc_create_orc_sword_shield"
    bind "F2" "mm_npc_create_orc_sword"
    bind "F3" "mm_npc_create_orc_sword_bow"
    bind "F4" "mm_npc_create_Leanna"
    bind "F5" "mm_npc_create_human_guard_bow"
    bind "F6" "mm_npc_create_human_guard"
    bind "F7" "mm_npc_create_human_guard_shield"

    -Nows the time to start the game.
    When you load or start a new campaign remember to execute your config (if you don't use command line), now all your binds have been enabled.


    reply to Teh_Flamer !

    nice thanks i use my dad laptop to play dark messsiah he got windows vista home premium this is what on laptop when i open it :

    DELL inspiron 6400 thats all i see.

    and where i find my save games? on vista . NOTE: i did not buy dark messiah might and magic i downloaded RELOADED version and installed works like charm with patch 1.02

    and where is save game location in vista?
    C:/Program Files/Ubisoft/Dark Messiah Of Might and Magic/mm/SAVE

    or in my documents but i cant see them there help pls

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    Teh_Flamer posted on Aug 27, 2009 9:53:11 AM - Report post
     
    In Save there should be a TGA file, and a SAV file. for each save game.
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