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Broken Spy Invis
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While cloaked in first person, in spectator or while alive, spy's arms don't have the cloak effect.

Is there any way to fix this, or to know what causes the problem? I have tried to verify cache, uninstalling mods, removing cfgs, etc.

While cloaked in first person, in spectator or while alive, spy's arms [url=https://i.imgur.com/Kw8YzVI.jpg]don't have the cloak effect[/url].

Is there any way to fix this, or to know what causes the problem? I have tried to verify cache, uninstalling mods, removing cfgs, etc.
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removing your autoexec does not reset your settings, you have to run the game with the -default launch option

removing your autoexec does not reset your settings, you have to run the game with the -default launch option
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yttrium you have to run the game with the -default launch option

I tried this, still didn't work. Thanks for the tip, though!

[quote=yttrium] you have to run the game with the -default launch option[/quote]

I tried this, still didn't work. Thanks for the tip, though!
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yttriumremoving your autoexec does not reset your settings, you have to run the game with the -default launch option

-default only sets your settings to default for THAT launch, and prevents you from changing them. its good for quickly trouble shooting

it doesn't reset your settings, remove your autoexec and custom folder and use -autconfig and host_writeconfig (in console) for that

[quote=yttrium]removing your autoexec does not reset your settings, you have to run the game with the -default launch option[/quote]

-default only sets your settings to default for THAT launch, and prevents you from changing them. its good for quickly trouble shooting

it doesn't reset your settings, remove your autoexec and custom folder and use -autconfig and host_writeconfig (in console) for that
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gemmyttriumremoving your autoexec does not reset your settings, you have to run the game with the -default launch option
-default only sets your settings to default for THAT launch, and prevents you from changing them. its good for quickly trouble shooting

it doesn't reset your settings, remove your autoexec and custom folder and use -autconfig and host_writeconfig (in console) for that

It just forces them for that boot and would be a good way to see if it's a config issue or not, without completely wiping settings.

I could have explained writeconfig and that sort of thing but I didn't want to basically delete his config files without seeing if it would even help.

OP, what other launch options do you run with? What are your system specs and OS?

[quote=gemm][quote=yttrium]removing your autoexec does not reset your settings, you have to run the game with the -default launch option[/quote]

-default only sets your settings to default for THAT launch, and prevents you from changing them. its good for quickly trouble shooting

it doesn't reset your settings, remove your autoexec and custom folder and use -autconfig and host_writeconfig (in console) for that[/quote]
It just forces them for that boot and would be a good way to see if it's a config issue or not, without completely wiping settings.

I could have explained writeconfig and that sort of thing but I didn't want to basically delete his config files without seeing if it would even help.

OP, what other launch options do you run with? What are your system specs and OS?
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