Difference between revisions of "Configuring Overgrowth"
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While Overgrowth does not currently provide a way to adjust settings in game, users may adjust their configuration by modifying their
config.txt file. config.txt is located in the Data folder ((for Mac users) ~/Library/Application Support/Lugaru 2/Data/
Note: if you are using Lion, your library folder is hidden by default... in the finder, click the "Go" menu, then Press Option, and Library will appear in the list
(and for Windows users) My Documents\Wolfire\Overgrowth\Data, NOT Program Files\Wolfire\Overgrowth\Data!). The file is a plain text file that is readable
by any normal text editor (such as TextEdit for Mac or Notepad for Windows).
screenwidth: 800 - the game's horizontal resolution
screenheight: 600 - the game's vertical resolution
fullscreen: false - change this value to true in order to get Overgrowth to run in fullscreen mode
vsync: false - change this value to true in order to limit the frame rate of the game to the refresh rate of your monitor
fps_label: false - set this value to true to enable the in-game fps counter
editor_mode: false - set this value to true in order to start the level editor by default (instead of taking player control)
music: false - set this value to false to disable background music
media_mode: false -set this true to remove some menues in editor mode
baked_shadows: true set this false to use cascaded shadow maps (may be little slower but shadows are calculated in real time)
key[quit]: esc you can exit into editor mode or if you allready are in editor mode you can exit into level select menu
key[slow]: tab - ennables slow motion
key[item]: e - grabs a nearby weapon
key[drop]: q - drops a weapon that you are holding
key[rclick]: rshift - for users having difficulty with the combat/weapon controls, it may be helpful to set this value to some other button (such as "e") in order allow better ease of use.
Alpha 150 added controller options under config.txt so i am tring to explain you how you can modify your controller buttons to do something in game
Note i am useing windows so i don't know how is it in Mac or in the future Linux also i am useing windows7
what i do is click on start menu there is a little search box. i write there set up usb game controllers.
Now i should see all my usb joistiks in installed game controllers box. i highlight that i use and i click on properties.
I move to the test tab. when i press my controller a button i can see what button or axe i just pressed.
now lets say i want to make button 4 attack button (mouse lest button) and button 2 grab button (mouse right button)
all i have to do is change controller[attack]: axis3<-0.5 to controller[attack]: button4 and change controller[grab]: axis3>0.5 to controller[grab]: button2
Same things goes with axis if i want to make rabbot look left or right i need to change controller[lookx] and if i cange controller[looky] he will look up and down with that axis you just put in there was that axis1 or axis 5 i don't know
Also you can change controller buttons lets say you want to jump with 2 button. all you have to do is change line controller[jump]: button6 to controller[jump]: button2 it so simple.