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    *Rafalex
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    How to configure?

    I'm a beginner and I would like to know how to configure the game.
    I've seen some pro players and they had different graphics etc.

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    http://www.quakelive.com/forum/showt...-Console-Guide

    It would also help if you put all of your questions in one thread instead of starting multiple threads.

    There is a forum sub-section called "getting started". Take a few hours and read thru it.
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    Guide in my sig! :-)

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    Even without going inside the console (which gives you in depth control) there are a few things you can do to improve the clarity of the game :

    Game Settings -> Advanced

    -> Team options : Force Enemy Model : Keel bright
    If you see a big green dude, shoot him. Keel Bright is a standard because he represents well the hitbox of the ennemy (TankJr is also a staple, but i found his sounds annoying )
    You can also force your team model (i put Visor Bright)

    -> Video options : Texture Detail : Poor
    It makes the game clearer, you distinguish more easily your ennemies

    You can use a custom HUD if it helps you : for example, Strenx likes having a bigger timer. You can make a custom HUD here.

    Your mouse config is also very important, there is a lot of ressources about it on the forums (Ultimate Quake Guide and stuff) so check it out. It's quite personnal so i cannot really give you advice on that except search until you find the perfect setup : you feel comfortable, can shaft properly and do quick Rocket Jump.

    You may want to check your FOV, some people don't like the basic FOV and want a larger one to me more aware of what's going on.

    It's really basic advices, you may already know everything i said butif you don't give it a look ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lorfa View Post
    Guide in my sig! :-)
    Mother of God, this is so helpful. Thank you!

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