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:I don't think the key numbers change.  The raw key codes are abstracted away by SDL and the kernel. --[[User:Tuxdev|Tuxdev]] 02:11, 11 Nov 2006 (CET)
 
:I don't think the key numbers change.  The raw key codes are abstracted away by SDL and the kernel. --[[User:Tuxdev|Tuxdev]] 02:11, 11 Nov 2006 (CET)
 
:In the MS 1.9 preview builds, the Console is deactivated by default. Once it is activated, you can change simply change the console key in the "Options > Setup Keyboard" menu. --[[User:Sommer|Sommer]] 10:29, 11 Nov 2006 (CET)
 
:In the MS 1.9 preview builds, the Console is deactivated by default. Once it is activated, you can change simply change the console key in the "Options > Setup Keyboard" menu. --[[User:Sommer|Sommer]] 10:29, 11 Nov 2006 (CET)
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Where Is The SuperTux configuration file
 
Where Is The SuperTux configuration file
 
--[[User:66.230.114.105|66.230.114.105]] 19:40, 16 August 2007 (UTC)
 
--[[User:66.230.114.105|66.230.114.105]] 19:40, 16 August 2007 (UTC)
 
:That depends on what operating system you use, on Linux it would be /home/yourusername/.supertux2/config, on Windows somewhere like c:\Documents and Settings\yourusername\.supertux2\config (if I recall correctly, I'm a Linux user :) ) --[[User:AnMaster|AnMaster]] 14:01, 17 August 2007 (UTC)
 
:That depends on what operating system you use, on Linux it would be /home/yourusername/.supertux2/config, on Windows somewhere like c:\Documents and Settings\yourusername\.supertux2\config (if I recall correctly, I'm a Linux user :) ) --[[User:AnMaster|AnMaster]] 14:01, 17 August 2007 (UTC)
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When scrolling up commands, should it not skip through repeated commands?
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: Probably, come to think of it, but why bother changing it when you can just use the autocomplete? Although it would  probably be best to add it in anyway. --[[User:Mathnerd314|Mathnerd314]] 19:19, 20 May 2008 (UTC)
  
 
== where is the supertux config ==
 
== where is the supertux config ==

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I have a different keyboard layout, is there a way to find out which key number is the tilde? (Using MS 1.9)

I don't think the key numbers change. The raw key codes are abstracted away by SDL and the kernel. --Tuxdev 02:11, 11 Nov 2006 (CET)
In the MS 1.9 preview builds, the Console is deactivated by default. Once it is activated, you can change simply change the console key in the "Options > Setup Keyboard" menu. --Sommer 10:29, 11 Nov 2006 (CET)

Where Is The SuperTux configuration file --66.230.114.105 19:40, 16 August 2007 (UTC)

That depends on what operating system you use, on Linux it would be /home/yourusername/.supertux2/config, on Windows somewhere like c:\Documents and Settings\yourusername\.supertux2\config (if I recall correctly, I'm a Linux user :) ) --AnMaster 14:01, 17 August 2007 (UTC)

When scrolling up commands, should it not skip through repeated commands?

Probably, come to think of it, but why bother changing it when you can just use the autocomplete? Although it would probably be best to add it in anyway. --Mathnerd314 19:19, 20 May 2008 (UTC)

where is the supertux config

hi i am a mac user and i have no idea where the config file is im trying to access the console and there is no description of how to access it on a mac

I suspect it may be in your home directory, under a hidden directory in it called .supertux2 or like on windows in some directory called something like "Application Data". However as I'm a Linux user I don't know exactly. --AnMaster 00:03, 23 December 2007 (UTC)

---Thanks. i looked in the home directory with Finder showing hidden files and folders, and for some reason, the directory called .supertux2 suddenly appeared. i edited the config file to (console #t) and then opened supertux. i navigated to the keyboard setup and didnt see the console option. what should i do? i am trying to access the console from Mac OS X.

The safest way to enable the in-game console is to start SuperTux with the --console switch, e.g. on Linux you would run something along the lines of "/usr/games/supertux2 --console", on Windows "C:\Program Files\SuperTux 0.3.1\supertux2.exe --console", on Mac OS X "/Applications/SuperTux.app/Contents/MacOS/supertux2 --console" (all the time substituting the path you installed SuperTux in, of course). SuperTux will then display a new menu entry in the Keyboard Setup that will let you assign a key to toggling the console. --Sommer 01:03, 24 December 2007 (UTC)