xX(sW4g)B0nGhITT3r[420]y0l0Xx May 4, 2013 @ 2:48pm
.cfg files on mac post steampipe
So i updated to steampipe and my scripts were lost. does anybody know where i can put the class specific scripts?
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1/2 the toasty flavor May 4, 2013 @ 5:29pm 
i dont know, i am having this problem
J_ͣ_ͬ_ͣ_ͭ_ͤ King Osu!1000pp May 4, 2013 @ 5:50pm 
Assuming what it was before was /steamapps/your username/team fortress 2/tf/cfg, it should now be /steamapps/common/team fortress 2/tf/cfg, though I can't confirm since I don't have a mac.
xX(sW4g)B0nGhITT3r[420]y0l0Xx May 4, 2013 @ 6:18pm 
its not. ive tried that
J_ͣ_ͬ_ͣ_ͭ_ͤ King Osu!1000pp May 4, 2013 @ 6:20pm 
Originally posted by BOOKGrothas:
its not. ive tried that
Well, since I can't try to find it myself, what was the old directory path for tf2's files?
xX(sW4g)B0nGhITT3r[420]y0l0Xx May 4, 2013 @ 7:29pm 
what you said, application support/steam/steam apps/my username/team fortress 2/tf/cfg.
now i know that team fortress 2 is in common, not my username, but i still cant access class specific .cfg's
J_ͣ_ͬ_ͣ_ͭ_ͤ King Osu!1000pp May 4, 2013 @ 7:35pm 
Originally posted by BOOKGrothas:
what you said, application support/steam/steam apps/my username/team fortress 2/tf/cfg.
now i know that team fortress 2 is in common, not my username, but i still cant access class specific .cfg's
Is it perhaps possible to use autoexec.cfg instead (if it doesn't already exist then you'll need to create it)? I've already seen one other person encounter that problem, and using autoexec.cfg solved it. If that does nothing, are the configs visible but just don't execute, or what exactly?
xX(sW4g)B0nGhITT3r[420]y0l0Xx May 4, 2013 @ 7:59pm 
i cant find any .cfg's anymore. i've searched through every single file and cant find autoexec.cfg or and .cfg for that matter
J_ͣ_ͬ_ͣ_ͭ_ͤ King Osu!1000pp May 4, 2013 @ 8:00pm 
Originally posted by BOOKGrothas:
i cant find any .cfg's anymore. i've searched through every single file and cant find autoexec.cfg or and .cfg for that matter
Does anything happen if you create one and put in your scripts?
xX(sW4g)B0nGhITT3r[420]y0l0Xx May 5, 2013 @ 9:18am 
okay, i figured it out. first, you duplicate config.cfg then rename it whatever you wants. enter your script there and put it back into cfg's. team fortress 2/tf/cfg
Slingshot101 May 9, 2013 @ 12:38am 
HAD SAME PROBLEM- HERE IS PATH - STEAM APPS/ COMMON/TEAM FORTRESS 2/TF/CONFIG HERE YOU WILL FIND CFG FILES FOR PLAYERS.
Slingshot101 May 9, 2013 @ 12:39am 
USE NOTEBOOK ++ TO ENTER SCRIPTS ,ETC.
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