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Source games use a significantly newer version of BSP than GoldSrc does. You might be able to open a Garry's Mod map in Counter-Strike: Source due to it using a similar game engine, but not in Counter-Strike 1.6.
I know I'm not the only one saying this, but i assure, there is a huge difference between a hacker and a good player. For instance, a good player can: Hear footsteps, so he knows where you are coming from even without seeing you Knows key positions: He knows where you probably are standing to defend Important passages on the maps: He knows that if you ...
As a beginner you will face many smurfs (skilled players, new accounts). I'm pretty sure that hackers exist. But as a beginner, there are many, but many smurfs. You should try to play casual before you go comp.
Take your config and edit the following lines to your needs: `mp_spectators_max "2" // How many spectators are allowed in a match.` `maxplayers "10"` and you could try this as bonus to make it "competitive" sv_competitive_official_5v5 "0" // Enable to force the server to show 5v5 scoreboards and allows spectators to see characters through walls. If ...
This version of zBot http://cs.gamebanana.com/tools/5054 works on the Steam distribution of CS however you need to install Metamod first: http://metamod.org/metamod.html
I have pretty much the same keyboard, and what you can do is to use the Razer synapse software to create a buy macro that you link to those keys. The macro can be set to be executed as if you were to press, for example: B 4 2 for AK or M4. Or, alternatively, you can simply bind those 5 keys to something you never will use otherwise, like pgup, pgdown and so ...
You would need to use MOUSE(x), x being the number of the button. Left click is 1, right click is 2, middle is 3 and so on. For example, as far as I'm aware the button you are after for M1 is MOUSE4.
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