JUMP THROW BIND

LEARN HOW TO CREATE A JUMP THROW BIND IN CS:GO

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WHAT IS A CONFIG FILE?

A config file is a configuration file which contains a list of pre-defined commands, it is generally stored within CS:GO’s “cfg” directory: /Steam/SteamApps/common/Counter-Strike Global Offensive/csgo/cfg– These files can be executed manually or automatically to amend certain elements of the gameplay. All players have a default configuration file called config.cfg and it is used by the game client to apply default settings whenever it loads. We do not recommend that players edit the default configuration file as it is useful to restore your game to its original state quickly. Other configuration files can be downloaded and then manually executed via the developer console to deploy these new settings, which is incidentally how it is possible to test out other player’s configurations too.

WHAT IS AN AUTOEXEC FILE?

An autoexec file is a special form of configuration file which should also be stored within the same “cfg” directory as the one referenced above. As its name suggests, the autoexec file is automatically executed by the client whenever the game is loaded. This is therefore where all modified settings should be stored so that they always remain in place and never have to be manually entered into the console. Examples of commands which are frequently stored within an autoexec file include crosshair configuration, mouse sensitivity, binds and much more.

HOW TO CREATE AN AUTOEXEC FILE

Before jumping in and attempting to create your own autoexec file, we recommend downloading Notepad++ so that it is easy to maintain your autoexec file once it has been published. Fortunately, creating an autoexec file is incredibly straightforward and can be accomplished by following the below steps:

1. Open Steam.

2. Navigate to the “Game Library”.

3. Right click “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive”.

4. Select “Properties” from the menu.

5. Select “Browse Local Files” from the menu.

6. Open the “csgo” directory.

7. Open the “cfg” directory.

At this point, you now have two options:

Option 1:

1. Right click in the directory and create a new .txt file called “autoexec.txt”.

2. Enter the commands you wish to use to customise your game.

3. Enter “host_writeconfig” on the final line of the autotexec file.

4. Save the file as “autoexec.cfg” and change the file type to “All Files”.

Option 2:

1. Open your existing “config.cfg” file using Notepad++.

2. Enter any new commands you wish to further customise your game above the line which reads “host_writeconfig”.

3. Save the file as “autoexec.cfg” and ensure the file type is set to “All Files”.

HOW TO USE AN AUTOEXEC FILE

Now that you have successfully created your own autoexec configuration file, you need to notify the game client to run it when the game is initially loaded.

1. Open Steam.

2. Navigate to the “Game Library”.

3. Right click “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive”.

4. Select “Properties” from the menu.

5. Click the “Set Launch Options” button.

6. Enter “+exec autoexec.cfg” into the box and hit “Ok”.

HOW TO USE A PROFESSIONAL PLAYER CONFIG

Professional player configuration files can be downloaded and subsequently used to test out the player’s settings with ease.

1. Download the configuration file you want to use.

2. Open Steam.

3. Navigate to the “Game Library”.

4. Right click “Counter-Strike: Global Offensive”.

5. Select “Properties” from the menu.

6. Select “Browse Local Files” from the menu.

7. Open the “csgo” directory.

8. Open the “cfg” directory.

9. Place the configuration file in the “cfg” directory.

10. Make a backup copy of your existing “config.cfg” file and save it somewhere safe.

11. Rename the new configuration file “config.cfg”, overwriting the original file.

12. Launch CS:GO.

Now you will have the new customised settings from within the configuration file deployed in your game. To return to your original settings, replace the backup copy configuration file with the one you just created in the cfg directory.

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