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Console Commands

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1 Console Commands on Mon Feb 18, 2013 2:51 pm

Press Pause break key to open console

\g_cammax 100 (Increase zoom out)
\g_minfov 100 (Field of view)
\es_piercingcamera 1 (camera goes though things)
\es_camheight -2 (camera height)
g_save_preset = "1" (Saves your settings )
\e_obj_min_view_dist 20000 (draw distance increase)

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2 Re: Console Commands on Tue Apr 16, 2013 6:38 am

Here's some more information and suggestions.

\g_cammax ###
This controls how far your camera can zoom out. Set it to 100 at a minimum. If you play a really huge giantess character (size 100+), you may need to bump this up to 500. Note that higher levels of \g_cammax affects the way \es_camheight works - the bigger the \g_cammax value, the larger the \es_camheight value you'll need to cover the same distance.

\g_minfov ###
Controls your field-of-view. This should always be set to 100; anything more than that tends to create a fish-eye-lens effect.

\es_piercingcamera 0 or 1
This controls whether or not your camera can go through objects in the game world. Generally, it's a good idea to keep it on (1), unless you are indoors and don't want the camera clipping through the walls.

\e_obj_min_view_dist #########
This command controls how far out objects are drawn. Its effect is very minor, and you can typically get away with whatever obscene number you want for this value.

\es_camheight ##
This value controls your camera height. \es_camheight and \g_cammax are linked - the higher your \g_cammax value, the more \es_camheight you'll need to achieve the same difference of camera movement. \es_camheight accepts both positive and negative numbers - positive numbers will raise the camera higher, negative ones will lower it. Handy for looking at the heads or feet of giantesses.

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3 Re: Console Commands on Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:49 am

Very useful, i never learned to use all the damn commands ahahah this can be helpful especially for taking pics, thanks Fuji Wink

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