[bf1942] scripts in BF anytime?
manni_eppe at yahoo.de
Tue Jan 27 06:02:41 EST 2004
Another really great possibility is to use BF VoxControl. That tool is
really awesome, you can easily change maps via voice recognition. With a
little training it really works good. Just say "changemap bocage" the toole
asks "changemap bocage. verify?" You say "verify" and the map changes.
AFAIK it's free, you can download it here:
You also need to install MS speech SDK.
And you should enable the "verify commands" in the settings sction of the
tool. Otherwise (especially without training) it may happen that you the
tool recognices something you don't want.
I think this is the ultimate way.
At 10:19 27.01.2004, you wrote:
>If you wan't to change (or see) you'r aliases, just check the file
>in /battlefield 1942/mods/bf1942/settings/
>A typical "alias line" could look like this in the file:
>alias listplayers game.listplayers
>So if you wrote listplayers in the game, it will do the same thing as
>or you can for example use load wake instead of
>admin.changemap wake, or just design you'r own alias.
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "KLM" <klemen at 515tem.com>
>To: <bf1942 at icculus.org>
>Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2004 9:57 AM
>Subject: RE: [bf1942] scripts in BF anytime?
> > yes, I heard of these aliases too, but have not found any online HowTo or
> > a list of all preset aliases (coz they say there are some shorter commands
> > the commands). The only useful page on this subject is
> > http://www.planetbattlefield.com/bf1942/game/commands but no sign of
> > here, hehe...
> > I am kind of dissapointed that this info is not found on the official BF
> > (bf1942.ea.com).
> > Ah well... if anyone knows an URL, please do post it.
> > Regards,
> > Klemen
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Charles 'wokka' Goldsmith [mailto:wokka at justfamily.org]
> > Sent: Tuesday, January 27, 2004 6:51 AM
> > To: bf1942 at icculus.org
> > Subject: Re: [bf1942] scripts in BF anytime?
> > didn't DICE put in user controlled aliases? i don't use them, since i
> > use BBO (alt-tabbing almost always works for me) but keeping it
> > maximized does increase your chances
> > Steve Getman wrote:
> > > Perhaps a macro system of some sort... I just think adding a GUI for
> > > admin is somewhat of a waste since the vast majority of people have no
> > > need for it...
> > >
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