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I'm trying to get voice_enable 0 and voice_enable 1 set as some of my G-keys on a Logitech 510. The only issue is that when I try to use the macro, all it does is make my character jump in place once and it doesn't actually do what it should do; mute the voice channel. Anyone know what it is I'm doing wrong? Thanks for your time, answers are appreciated.

  • How, exactly, are you setting your macros? – Frank Jul 28 '17 at 12:25
  • In the G-key setup you can have a keypress of a G-key be multiple keystrokes, so I tried setting it that way; having it press the console key, typing out "voice_enable x", enter, then pressing the esc key. I tried fixing it by adding a 0.5 second pause before pressing the space button, but that didn't work. – rjohnstone Jul 28 '17 at 12:39
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    open your csgo console, type bind x incrementvar voice_enable 0 1 1, bind your g510's G key to x – Kevin L Jul 28 '17 at 13:22
  • incrementvar voice_enable 0 1 1 toggles it between 0 and 1. Also, you can use voice_scale 0 1 1 instead to mute sound, but it'll still flash the speaker signs in case you forget to unmute – Kevin L Jul 28 '17 at 13:23
  • Having the macro type into the console seems like a really slow way to do that. As Kevin says I suggest binding some sort of macro through the console. – JMac Jul 28 '17 at 15:12
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Use a console command in CS:GO to do this. Macro for it is unnecesary.

Command:

bind "key" toggle voice_enable 0 1
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