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ZASTRELIS
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Old 02-19-2021 , 12:22   Re: Permanent Field of View change?
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The "pev" function returns a value. What you need is "set_pev". Your line of code has no effect.

If that doesn't work, pretty sure SetFOV is supported in HL.

Code:
static iSetFOV if(!iSetFov) {     iSetFov = get_user_msgid("SetFOV") } message_begin(MSG_ONE, iSetFov, _, id) write_byte(get_pcvar_num(g_pCvarFov)) message_end()
how it would work without fov?) not works..

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Old 02-19-2021 , 14:25   Re: Permanent Field of View change?
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Did you try using the code I gave you?...
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Old 02-19-2021 , 18:54   Re: Permanent Field of View change?
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not works..
Use default_fov in console.
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Old 02-20-2021 , 08:31   Re: Permanent Field of View change?
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Use default_fov in console.
omg, thx. so it works. But how I can change it via amxx?

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Old 02-20-2021 , 08:32   Re: Permanent Field of View change?
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server_cmd("default_fov 90")
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Old 02-20-2021 , 09:01   Re: Permanent Field of View change?
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PHP Code:

static iCvarPointer_FOV_Default 0;
if(!
iCvarPointer_FOV_Default iCvarPointer_FOV_Default get_cvar_pointer("default_fov");

set_pcvar_num(iCvarPointer_FOV_Default 90); 
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Old 02-20-2021 , 22:49   Re: Permanent Field of View change?
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omg, thx. so it works. But how I can change it via amxx?
----- AMX Mod X Help: Commands -----
1: say /setfov - default field of view

Code:
#include amxmodx new g_iFOV; public plugin_init() {     register_clcmd("say /setfov", "client_setfov", 0, "- default field of view");     g_iFOV = register_cvar("set_fov", "100"); } public client_setfov(id) console_cmd(id, "default_fov %i",get_pcvar_num(g_iFOV));
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