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  • Add Cinematic view

    Be able to hide all huds when watching replays.

    Better viewing for team fights.
    Last edited by psukkar; 12-08-2011, 12:18 AM.

  • #2
    i think this is what they are working on. valve wouldnt let out a game whitout it

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    • #3
      Bump

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      • #4
        You can do this already, but you can do it manualy. by writing sv_cheets one when you watch replayen, and then enter these commands

        dota_sf_hud_actionpanel 0 - Disables the action/ability panel.
        dota_sf_hud_channelbar 0 - Disables the channelling bar.
        dota_sf_hud_chat 0 - Disables the chat/killspam log.
        dota_sf_hud_inventory 0 - Disables the inventory slots.
        dota_sf_hud_top 0 - Disables the bar across the top.

        dota_hud_healthbars 0 - Disables all the health bars.
        dota_no_minimap 1 - Disables the minimap.
        dota_hide_cursor 1 - Hides the cursor.

        cl_drawhud 0 - This command will completely remove any VGUI element from the display but you will lose a number of mouse control functions like zooming in/out, at the moment it is the only way to hide the portrait window.

        source:
        http://www.cyborgmatt.com/2012/02/do...-movie-makers/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Quser View Post
          You can do this already, but you can do it manualy. by writing sv_cheets one when you watch replayen, and then enter these commands

          dota_sf_hud_actionpanel 0 - Disables the action/ability panel.
          dota_sf_hud_channelbar 0 - Disables the channelling bar.
          dota_sf_hud_chat 0 - Disables the chat/killspam log.
          dota_sf_hud_inventory 0 - Disables the inventory slots.
          dota_sf_hud_top 0 - Disables the bar across the top.

          dota_hud_healthbars 0 - Disables all the health bars.
          dota_no_minimap 1 - Disables the minimap.
          dota_hide_cursor 1 - Hides the cursor.

          cl_drawhud 0 - This command will completely remove any VGUI element from the display but you will lose a number of mouse control functions like zooming in/out, at the moment it is the only way to hide the portrait window.

          source:
          http://www.cyborgmatt.com/2012/02/do...-movie-makers/
          nice to know but that's too ridiculously long to actually need to write that when watching replays. Helps with casters to have one quick access to clear the screen.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by psukkar View Post
            nice to know but that's too ridiculously long to actually need to write that when watching replays. Helps with casters to have one quick access to clear the screen.
            You can put it on your autoexec file and it will be as perma setting.
            If you don't have an intelligent reply for me, don't bother I will shred your non sense to pieces.

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