Flustig Feb 21 @ 6:36am
y dis script dont werk??
bind "f5" "alias "aliasname" "null";exec test.txt"
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Counter-Life™ [GER] Feb 21 @ 6:36am 
I don't think you can execute .txt files. Also leave a space after every ;
Last edited by Counter-Life™ [GER]; Feb 21 @ 6:37am
Flustig Feb 21 @ 6:40am 
Originally posted by GER Counter-Life™:
I don't think you can execute .txt files. Also leave a space after every ;
u can execute txt files but the bind itself doesnt work
Do Feed Feb 21 @ 7:37am 
unfortunately Counter-Life is right, .txt fiels can't be executed only .cfg files can be executed

Last edited by Do Feed; Feb 21 @ 7:37am
Satsujin Jiken Feb 21 @ 7:44am 
Because the quotes are all screwed up? You need to use alias like this:

bind F5 "something"
alias "something" "cmd1; cmd2; cmd3"

and in exec.cfg put:
alias "something" "cmd4; cmd5; cmd6"
Flustig Feb 22 @ 1:22am 
Originally posted by Satsujin Jiken:
Because the quotes are all screwed up? You need to use alias like this:

bind F5 "something"
alias "something" "cmd1; cmd2; cmd3"

and in exec.cfg put:
alias "something" "cmd4; cmd5; cmd6"
I wanted to set the alias on bind, not to execute the alias
i only managed to do it like this

bind key exec test.txt

test.txt-

alias name "command;command;command"
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