CS:GO proper way to build an "autoexec.cfg" ?

Discussion in 'Game Talk' started by Edown, Jun 20, 2016.

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Have you had problems building an "autoexec.cfg" ?

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  1. Edown

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    Hi everybody,

    I'm addressing this post to csgo players having experience changing their configurations for the game.
    So basically, I followed the steps that I have found on the internet.

    - Go to "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Counter-Strike Global Offensive\csgo\cfg".
    - Create a new text file.
    - Write your configs in it + save it as "all files" document and rename it to "autoexec.cfg".
    - In the same folder, go to "config.cfg" and add the line "exec autoexec", then save it.

    Then your settings should be loaded when opening the game, but the thing is that it doesn't work for me.

    What I also tried was to let the "config.cfg" as default and add "+exec autoexec.cfg" in the launching options of the game. This doesn't work neither.

    Last thing I tried was to remove the option from the "autoexec.cfg" file that says "readable only". And as above, this doensn't work neither for me.

    Last thing I have to add is that I am using Windows 10 and that I can only load my settings by writing "exec autoexec.cfg" in the game's console, but that is something really annoying since I forget to do it sometimes.

    Has the way to build an "autoexec.cfg" changed in 2016 or am I doing something wrong ?
     
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