CS:GO Autoexec

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Launch Options: +exec autoexec.cfg -novid

The MarkC Windows 8.1 + 8 + 7 Mouse Acceleration Fix

Delete  Loads CFG
Numpad 2  FiveseveN/Tec9
Numpad 3  AK47/M4A1
Numpad 5  AWP
Numpad 6  SSG08
Numpad 8  XM1014
Numpad 9  Kevlar + Helmet
Numpad /  Molotov/Incendiary
Numpad *  High Explosive
Numpad –  Flashbang
Numpad +  Defuser
unbindallmousekeyboard

// Rates
 rate "128000"
 cl_cmdrate "128"
 cl_updaterate "128"
 cl_interp "0.0"
 cl_interp_ratio "1"
 cl_lagcompensation "1"

// General Settings
 fps_max "300"
 snd_mixahead "0.05"
 snd_musicvolume "0"
 bind "kp_minus" "toggle voice_enable 1 0
 r_drawtracers_firstperson "1"
 mm_dedicated_search_maxping "150"

// Aliases
 alias go_slot1 slot1
 alias go_slot2 slot2
 alias "+ScoreNet" "+showscores; net_graph 3"
 alias "-ScoreNet" "-showscores; net_graph 0"
 net_graphpos 2

// Model Settings
 viewmodel_fov "65"
 viewmodel_offset_x "2"
 viewmodel_offset_y "2"
 viewmodel_offset_z "-2"
 cl_viewmodel_shift_left_amt "0"
 cl_viewmodel_shift_right_amt "0"
 cl_bob_lower_amt "0"

// Netcode
 cl_cmdrate "128"
 cl_updaterate "128"
 cl_interp "0"
 cl_interp_ratio "1"
 rate "1048576"

// Binds
 unbindall
 bind "TAB" "+showscores"
 bind "SPACE" "+jump"
 bind "," "buyammo1"
 bind "." "buyammo2"
 bind "0" "slot10"
 bind "1" "slot1"
 bind "2" "slot2"
 bind "3" "slot3"
 bind "4" "slot4"
 bind "5" "slot5"
 bind "6" "slot6"
 bind "7" "slot7"
 bind "8" "slot8"
 bind "9" "slot9"
 bind "a" "+moveleft"
 bind "b" "buymenu"
 bind "c" "radio3"
 bind "d" "+moveright"
 bind "e" "+use"
 bind "f" "impulse 100"
 bind "g" "drop"
 bind "i" "show_loadout_toggle"
 bind "k" "+voicerecord"
 bind "m" "teammenu"
 bind "q" "lastinv"
 bind "r" "slot4"
 bind "s" "+back"
 bind "u" "messagemode2"
 bind "v" "slot3"
 bind "w" "+forward"
 bind "x" "radio2"
 bind "y" "messagemode"
 bind "z" "radio1"
 bind "CTRL" "+duck"
 bind "SHIFT" "+speed"
 bind "F1" "autobuy"
 bind "F2" "rebuy"
 bind "F4" "bug"
 bind "F5" "jpeg"
 bind "F6" "save quick"
 bind "F7" "load quick"
 bind "F10" "quit prompt"
 bind "MWHEELUP" "go_slot1"
 bind "MWHEELDOWN" "go_slot2"
 bind "MOUSE1" "+attack"
 bind "MOUSE2" "+attack2"
 bind "MOUSE4" "+reload"
 bind "MOUSE5" "slot3"
 bind "PAUSE" "pause"
 bind "del" "exec autoexec"
 bind "TAB" "+ScoreNet"

// Crosshair Settings
 cl_crosshairalpha "175"
 cl_crosshaircolor "5"
 cl_crosshaircolor_r "0"
 cl_crosshaircolor_g "220"
 cl_crosshaircolor_b "255"
 cl_crosshairdot "1"
 cl_crosshairgap "-2"
 cl_crosshairsize "2"
 cl_crosshairstyle "4"
 cl_crosshairusealpha "1"
 cl_crosshairthickness "1.5"
 cl_fixedcrosshairgap "-2"
 cl_crosshair_drawoutline "1"
 cl_crosshair_outlinethickness "-1"

// Weapon Binds
 bind "kp_end" "buy ak47; buy m4a1;"
 bind "kp_ins" " buy flashbang; buy decoy; buy smokegrenade;"
 bind "kp_downarrow" "buy fiveseven; buy tec9;"
 bind "kp_pgdn" "buy ak47; buy m4a1;"
 bind "kp_5" "buy awp;"
 bind "kp_rightarrow" "buy ssg08;"
 bind "kp_uparrow" "buy xm1014;"
 bind "kp_pgup" " buy vesthelm; buy vest;"
 bind "kp_slash" "buy molotov; buy incgrenade;"
 bind "kp_multiply" "buy hegrenade;"
 bind "kp_minus" "buy flashbang;"
 bind "kp_plus" "buy defuser;"

// Misc
 host_writeconfig
 echo "// West McGowan"
 echo "// www.westm.co.uk"
 echo "// Updated 22/05/15"

Flickr’s New Update and Viewing Images

Flickr launched it’s redesign earlier this month and it broke something I use a lot, the ability to reverse search images via Google. Usually I could just right click and “Search Google for this image”, but no longer is that available. There’s a work around, but its not as quick as it used to be. This method can be used for hotlinking, but bear in mind that’s against Flickr’s T&C.

Open the image you wish to view and open the download photo option. Next click and drag the box with the image size you want and drop it on the tab bar, in my case I clicked and dragged the original box. Next you will need to cancel the download.

Flickr_download

 

After you’ve cancelled the download look at the URL in the address bar. Take a look at the URL of my image below:

https://farm9.staticflickr.com/8057/8157532508_802e299631_o_d.jpg

Notice the _o_d at the end? The _o is for Original and the _d is for the download. If you remove the _d and press enter you’ll see your image allowing you to hotlink, or simply search Google for this image.

Searching for your images via Google will allow you to find any stolen images, e.g. people passing it off as their own, or cropped out watermarks.

I hope you found this helpful.

 

 

Extended

Given this method takes too much time if you’d like to search multiple images at one, there’s a relatively fast way of do that. The idea is to create a html file with all the images in and bringing back the right click functionality. But first you’ll need to download all of the image files from your Flickr, the best way I’ve found is by using Bulkr. Once you have all of the files, download Bulk Rename Utility and navigate to your image folder (most likely Local Disk>Users>USERNAME>Desktop>Bulkr). Using Bulk Rename Utility we have to edit the Remove and Numbering settings, use the settings below to list images in number order.

Bulk

Next click in the upper part of the window and press Ctrl+Alt to select all images and click the Rename button in the bottom right. Now that you have all images renamed in number order you can save this file as a html document and place it in the image folder.  To save the txt file just press Ctrl+S and make sure it looks like the following:

File name: Image.html
 Save as type: All Files

Once that’s saved into your Bulkr/image folder go ahead and open the Image.html file and then you will see your images. Feel free to add or takeaway any numbers, right now its up 360 images, but you can easily add more by copy and pasting some of the existing code.

<img src="X.jpg">

This method is probably the most convenient way right now to have the ability to right click and search Google for multiple images quickly.

Minecraft: Setting up a server

This will be a complete beginners guide to setting up a Minecraft server on your computer. I’m using OSX so it will be a little different for Windows/Linux users.

What you first need to do is to get the latest version of Bukkit. It’s just the server software. It’s very user friendly, so modding your server should be really easy. Get Bukkit from here. Just look under Recommended Builds on the right.

So now that you have Bukkit, your going to want to create a new folder and place Bukkit inside before you open it.

Once its in the folder you create you can double click Bukkit to extract the contents of the server. Once everything has been extracted renamed (press enter while selecting the file) craftbukkit-1.1R4.jar (thats the version at the time of writing this) to craftbukkit.jar

Don’t open craftbukkit.jar just yet. Theres still a few things left to do. Open server.properties with TextEdit.

You should see something like the following:

#Minecraft server properties
#Sat Feb 18 02:56:47 GMT 2012
allow-nether=true
level-name=world
enable-query=false
allow-flight=false
server-port=25565
level-type=DEFAULT
enable-rcon=false
level-seed=
server-ip=
spawn-npcs=true
white-list=false
spawn-animals=true
online-mode=true
pvp=true
difficulty=1
server-name=WM-MCS
gamemode=0
max-players=5
spawn-monsters=true
generate-structures=true
view-distance=10
motd=westm.co.uk

 

Above are my settings for a basic SMP. The options are very straight forward, just do a quick Google if you get stuck. Once this is sorted you’ll need to create a server star command. Which is probably the hardest part of making a server, but it’s still really simple.

Open a new TextEdit window and go to Format>Make Plain Text. Then copy and paste the following:

 

!/bin/bash
cd "$( dirname "$0" )"
java -server -Xmx2560M -jar ./craftbukkit.jar

 

The –Xmx2560M is the amount of RAM allocated to the server. Change depending your system. I’m using a late 2009 2.5 Mac mini with 8gb of ram, so using 2gb (2560) isn’t really too much of a big deal.

512=512MB; 1024=1GB; 1536=1.5GB; 2560=2.5GB; 3072=3GB; 5120=5GB

Save into your server directory as start_server.command

Next you need to open up Terminal (cmd+space to open up Spotlight to find it). Next type in chmod +x and don’t press enter just yet. Drag the start_server.command file into the Terminal window, then press enter.

When ever you want to start your server just double click on start_server.command, and if you wish to stop your server type stop in the terminal window. If you don’t stop your server you can damage the server files, which could lead to the corruption of them.

Open Activity Monitor and make sure there isn’t any processes called Java running, if there is, just quit/force quit them.

 

Now thats the server side complete, you need to work on getting people to be able to see and join your server over the internet. You’re going to need to set up Port Forwarding or Port Triggering for people to be able to join your server. Instructions vary from router to router so check out portforward.com for instructions for your router.

So if you’re like me and have a Netgear, your in luck because here’s what you need to do:

Open http://192.168.1.1/

Username: admin
Password: password

Click Port Forwarding / Port Triggering under Advance

Then click the radio button for Port Triggering and click Add Service

Fill in the details like so: 

Click Apply and you’re done!

 

Right, now you can open start_server.command to start your server. Also open Minecraft too. Once all the text stops moving in the Terminal window that just popped you can join your server. You can either do with by going to Multiplayer and Direct Connect and entering your IP address or you can enter localhost

You can use a cool handy piece of software called Port Map to make sure/check your ports are open.

Of you like to install a plugin, you can do easily. Just download one or more from the Bukkit site and unzip (if needed) and place them in the plugin directory of your server.

I recommend Dynmap and WelcomeMe.