Kissy_Burns Dec 6, 2013 @ 3:53pm
How do I Bunny Hop?
I have no clue how to. Can someone tell me how to please?
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Paft Dec 6, 2013 @ 4:16pm 
1) Find userconfig.cfg (or if it doesn't exist autoexec.cfg) and open it up with Notepad.
Location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Half-Life\tfc

2)Paste this:
// ---------- [ Spacebar Jump (Bhop - mimics mouse wheel spam) ]
alias jj "+jump; wait; -jump; wait"
alias +bhop "jj; jj; jj; jj; jj; +jump"
alias -bhop "-jump"
bind "SPACE" "+bhop"

3)Save.

Now follow the guides under 'Bunny Hopping & Advanced Movement ':
http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/millard1/archived.html

You'll be using the spacebar to jump with this script... unless you prefer the mousewheel. The reason someguides say to bind jump to the wheel is because the +jump command needs to be spammed a few times by scrolling the wheel, which is what this script does (hit space once each jump). Also like one of the guides says "when you jump via keyboard it tends to throw off your strafing", which I do agree with however, I missed not having weapon switch on the wheel so I got used to the spacebar. Whatever works for you really.

It isn't easy to pickup. GL.

http://youtu.be/aUtxsfuymxc

edt: Another reason I prefer space is that I'm not taknig my finger off mouse1.
Last edited by Paft; Dec 8, 2013 @ 4:26am
Pizzahut (Banned) Dec 8, 2013 @ 5:04pm 
it is hard...thats why royston vasey server has wrestled with the idea of bunny hopping in the past.
Picks 'n' Kicks (Terrum) Dec 8, 2013 @ 6:14pm 
Originally posted by Paft:
1) Find userconfig.cfg (or if it doesn't exist autoexec.cfg) and open it up with Notepad.
Location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Half-Life\tfc

2)Paste this:
// ---------- [ Spacebar Jump (Bhop - mimics mouse wheel spam) ]
alias jj "+jump; wait; -jump; wait"
alias +bhop "jj; jj; jj; jj; jj; +jump"
alias -bhop "-jump"
bind "SPACE" "+bhop"

3)Save.

Now follow the guides under 'Bunny Hopping & Advanced Movement ':
http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/millard1/archived.html

You'll be using the spacebar to jump with this script... unless you prefer the mousewheel. The reason someguides say to bind jump to the wheel is because the +jump command needs to be spammed a few times by scrolling the wheel, which is what this script does (hit space once each jump). Also like one of the guides says "when you jump via keyboard it tends to throw off your strafing", which I do agree with however, I missed not having weapon switch on the wheel so I got used to the spacebar. Whatever works for you really.

It isn't easy to pickup. GL.

http://youtu.be/aUtxsfuymxc

edt: Another reason I prefer space is that I'm not taknig my finger off mouse1.
That's actually quite a decent script, thanks for the share. I used to have a bunnyhop script but it was never as clean as that.
Purple Goose Dec 18, 2013 @ 9:26pm 
Go scriptless. Develop your own mechanics, don't let the game do it for you.
Paft Dec 19, 2013 @ 1:37am 
Don't be dumb, Goose. That script spams the +jump command 5 times just like flicking the wheel 5 notches. Did I not already make that clear enough?
Last edited by Paft; Dec 19, 2013 @ 1:39am
GW Dec 20, 2013 @ 5:50am 
I haven't tried Paft's script, though I'm sure it works perfectly. But to provide an alternative here is the bunnyhop script that I used when I was active (I lost my configs but still remember this by heart after 6+ years):

alias +bhop "+jump;wait;-jump;wait;+jump;wait;-jump;wait"
alias -bhop
bind mwheelup "+bhop"

Now if you scroll your mousewheel up you will jump. As Paft mentioned this will also allow you to "stock" jumps so that you automatically jump as soon as you land. I'd recommend performing the initiating (first) jump with the spacebar though.

But to actually achieve speeds faster than 100% you will need to learn strafejumping. Basically when one bunnyhops one doesn't even use the forward key. The only keys used are the two strafe keys. Still you can quickly gain speeds up to 170% of normal. If you surpass this the game will brake you down to 100% speed upon the next jump. Maintaining 170% speed is a challenge in itself and should be done by crouchjumping since this will limit the acceleration.
Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart (Banned) Dec 20, 2013 @ 4:49pm 
Here's a practice script that i use since i'm not a fan of using mousewheel to jump
alias "osa_bhoppt" "+jump;w1;-jump;w1"
alias w1 wait
alias "osa_bhop" "osa_bhoppt;osa_bhoppt;osa_bhoppt;osa_bhoppt;osa_b hoppt"
echo >> osa_alias.cfg >> bhop 1.2 excl. reload

bind "space" "osa_bhop"
Purple Goose Dec 21, 2013 @ 12:44pm 
Originally posted by Paft:
Don't be dumb, Goose. That script spams the +jump command 5 times just like flicking the wheel 5 notches. Did I not already make that clear enough?

Maybe it was me who was unclear. I meant jump with space or ctrl, don't jump with the mousewheel. Put on a song with 85 bpm and develop the timing of jumping once not 5 times in half a second.
Pizzahut (Banned) Dec 24, 2013 @ 8:50am 
no bunny hop ay royston vasey.
[as] Game On 95 Jun 15, 2014 @ 12:20pm 
everytime i try to do a B-hop it always ends in disaster ! lol many people try to crouch jumps and only use their A and D key to move themseselfs.
Last edited by [as] Game On 95; Jun 15, 2014 @ 12:20pm
pizzahut Jun 15, 2014 @ 3:58pm 
You can start off using the forward key to gain initial speed, but it's not important and may be confusing. Normally for bhop you need only A (strafe left) and D (strafe right), and either a key bound to a jump script or use the mouse wheel rotation for jumping.

Bunny hopping consists of two parts which you can learn independently and later use both together.

1) Strafe and turn

Go to the TFC main menu, create a server. Now use the console to change gravity to zero, the command is:

sv_gravity 0

Seek an open space, stand still, and jump. You will float up to the sky.

Now, press D (right strafe) and also move the mouse slightly to the right. If you're doing it right, you will describe a circle.

Then do the opposite, press A (left strafe) and move the mouse slightly to the left. You should again end up describing a circle, but the other way round.

Finally, alternate between above as you see fit, doing a figure describing an 8.

2) Jumping

The goal is to barely touch the ground at all, stay in the air at 99,9% of the time. This can't be done with a conventional jump using the space bar. You either have to bind the space bar (or whichever key you prefer for jumping) to a jump script, or you can bind the mouse wheel rotation to "Jump" and spin the mouse wheel as far as possible for each jump. Personally I prefer to have a wait command in between, and I use both the space bar (with script) and the mouse wheel for jumping. For scripted jumps the number of jump commands you should use depends on your FPS (frame rate).

You will most likely need to edit a config file for this (onyl exception is when you use mouse wheel rotation for jumping and are fine without an additional wait command). Any plain text editor like Notepad or Wordpad works. Easiest is to edit the file "userconfig.cfg" in the tfc folder, which needs to be created if it doesn't exist yet. Also very common is using two other cfg files instead, "config.cfg" for binds and "autoexec.cfg" for aliases.

// bunny hop

// 100 fps : 8 jump commands
// alias +hop "jumper;jumper;jumper;jumper;jumper;jumper;jumper;+jump"

// 60 fps : 5 jump commands
alias +hop "jumper;jumper;jumper;jumper;+jump"

alias -hop "-jump"
alias jumper "+jump;wait;-jump;wait"

bind "MWHEELDOWN" "+jump;wait"
bind "MWHEELUP" "+jump;wait"
bind "SPACE" "+hop"

The guides about bunny hopping were written before Valve introduced a speed limit. So it's not possible any more to keep up extreme speeds when jumping, unless the server specifically allows it (needs a server side modification). The limit is 1,7 times of the default speed of the class you play (scout, medic etc). If you surpass this limit, your speed will be bumped back to 1,1 times of the default speed when jumping.

For practice, load up the map rock2 and try crossing the yard only by jumping, starting off with a small (!) push caused by a concussion grenade (conc). To make sure you aren't propelled across the yard, stay close to the conc. With the default jump (bind space +jump) you will probably come to a halt after the second jump or so. With a scripted jump using above, or using the mouse wheel rotation for jumping, you should be able to bounce more often, crossing the whole rock2 yard. Remember that if you use the mouse wheel, you have to spin it as far as possible for each jump.

3) Combining the two parts

Finally, try to steer your bounces into a direction, using the technique you learned in zero gravity.

Hold down one of the strafe keys (A or D) and keep jumping. To steer into a direction, move the mouse slowly (e.g. to the left when you strafe left). If you're doing it correctly, you should be jumping in a circle.

Once you are able to do this, change direction after a few jumps (other strafe key and move the mouse into the other direction, too). By doing this, you are able to zig-zag jump into any direction, instead of jumping around in a circle. You can for example bunny hop through the corridors.
Last edited by pizzahut; Nov 7, 2014 @ 7:33am
pizzahut Jun 15, 2014 @ 6:03pm 
i think royston vasey server does not bunnyhop
Paft Jun 16, 2014 @ 10:52am 
You cannot actually bhop when ducking, you'll only go in a straight line. Holding duck and jumping will slow you down so you stay under the speed cap. If you hit the cap then your speed is reset.
Last edited by Paft; Jun 17, 2014 @ 10:43am
pizzahut Jun 17, 2014 @ 3:42am 
Originally posted by Paft:
You cannot actually bhop when ducking, you'll only go in a straight line.
It's possible, seems a bit messy though. You can cross the water moat on well as medic.
Last edited by pizzahut; Jun 17, 2014 @ 3:43am
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