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RaidoNek
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Old 06-08-2020 , 10:45   FPS, Cvars?
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Hello , is there any way to force client fps/cvar( fps_override , developer , cl_filterstuffcmd ) to exact value? I'd like to make Auto FPS set at Knife/HNS, but there's something called cl_filterstuffcmd Is there any other way to do it without this cvar on 0?
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Old 06-08-2020 , 13:11   Re: FPS, Cvars?
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i guess only two options:
a) kick these players who has filterstuffcmd 0 (good known servers had this option, wasnt a problem for players)
b) alert them in chat/hud that for better experience in game, make filterstuffcmd 1
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Old 06-08-2020 , 13:32   Re: FPS, Cvars?
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I'm trying to check client filterstuff cvar , but it does not work.

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query_client_cvar(id , "cl_filterstuffcmd" , "cvar_result")


	if( !strcmp(cvar, "cl_filterstuffcmd", 1) && iValue != 0 ) 
	{
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Old 06-08-2020 , 14:15   Re: FPS, Cvars?
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NEVER mess with clients cvars!
You don't like them having a specific value: kick them, this is your only (and here supported) choise.
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Old 06-08-2020 , 14:35   Re: FPS, Cvars?
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Ok , thank you.
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Old 06-11-2020 , 12:15   Re: FPS, Cvars?
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And one question please. That query cvar for filterstuffcmd doesnt work, others do , but this don't.
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Old 06-11-2020 , 21:03   Re: FPS, Cvars?
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And one question please. That query cvar for filterstuffcmd doesnt work, others do , but this don't.
That's a good thing and how it is supposed to work.
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Old 06-11-2020 , 21:33   Re: FPS, Cvars?
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That's a good thing and how it is supposed to work.
but whats the point of 'hiding' it when for 2min you can code and check what client blocked .. ?
@OP keep in mind query_client_cvar doesnt work for non-steam players
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Old 06-11-2020 , 21:46   Re: FPS, Cvars?
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but whats the point of 'hiding' it when for 2min you can code and check what client blocked .. ?
@OP keep in mind query_client_cvar doesnt work for non-steam players
I'm assuming that it's supposed to work that way because it's an anti-hacking setting. Whether or not there is an indirect way to determine what it's value may be is not relevant to how it works.
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Old 06-12-2020 , 08:49   Re: FPS, Cvars?
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but whats the point of 'hiding' it when for 2min you can code and check what client blocked .. ?
@OP keep in mind query_client_cvar doesnt work for non-steam players
I cant detect his cvar via query... , so how can i code it ?
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