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  • replied
    You could also use

    Key=ShowHUD|set HUD ShowCrosshair False|OnRelease Shot|OnRelease ShowHUD|OnRelease set HUD ShowCrosshair False

    Or simply

    Key=Key=ShowHUD|OnRelease Shot|OnRelease ShowHUD

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  • replied
    Thank you to all those who answered this question. The fix is:


    key=ToggleScreenshotMode|OnRelease shot|OnRelease ToggleScreenshotMode|OnRelease showgun

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    Originally posted by Discord
    Well, if the console command "preferences" still works (jeez, I haven't used that since UT99 days), then simply bind your key in the user.ini like so:

    [NameOfKey] = preferences


    Done deal.
    This doesn't open the settings screens but opens the advances preferences options (which is not in the GUI of the game anyway)

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    Originally posted by Sm@ck
    Are you answering the question " how do I key bind?" because that thread does not specify how to bring up the settings screen ( ie gui ). It does however bring up the advanced settings yes. I know how to do that through console with "preferences".
    Well, if the console command "preferences" still works (jeez, I haven't used that since UT99 days), then simply bind your key in the user.ini like so:

    [NameOfKey] = preferences


    Done deal.

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    Try binding a key to:

    set HUD ShowCrosshair True | set HUD CrosshairStyle <number>

    Replace <number> by your crosshair style
    If you are having issue with the bind, try adding "Engine." before HUD. Usually UT2004 assumes that the parent class is Engine (reason why you do set Input and not set Engine.Input, but both works)

    also for a third safety net:

    set XInterface.HudBase bUseCustomWeaponCrosshairs False

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    oh,
    Well sorry!

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    Originally posted by Scam
    Read this.
    Are you answering the question " how do I key bind?" because that thread does not specify how to bring up the settings screen ( ie gui ). It does however bring up the advanced settings yes. I know how to do that through console with "preferences".

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    Read this.

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    Console or Bind To Open Settings Screen?

    Anyone know is there a way to open the settings screen ( press esc then click on settings or just click on settings from main menu ) from a bind / console / alias command? Or is there a way to specify show / hide crosshairs through a console command / bind / alias??

    Thank you.

    I am trying to find a workaround to fix an issue with something else.
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