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[[CTX]] is the file format of an [[ICE]] encoded script. Most source multiplayer games use [[ICE]] encryption for weapon scripts wand other gameplay modifying files, a good example of this is in [[Team Fortress 2]]. Once there is a CTX file present, the engine will only read from CTX files for that category (eg Weapon Scripts) even if the txt version is present, or there are some CTX files missing.
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[[CTX]] is the file format of an [[ICE]] encoded script. Most source multiplayer games use [[ICE]] encryption for weapon scripts and other gameplay modifying files, a good example of this is in [[Team Fortress 2]]. Once there is a CTX file present, the engine will only read from CTX files for that category (eg Weapon Scripts) even if the txt version is present, or there are some CTX files missing.
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==
 
* [[CtxConverter]]
 
* [[CtxConverter]]
 
* [[Vice]]
 
* [[Vice]]
 
[[Category:Glossary]]
 
[[Category:Glossary]]

Revision as of 09:13, 4 June 2012

CTX is the file format of an ICE encoded script. Most source multiplayer games use ICE encryption for weapon scripts and other gameplay modifying files, a good example of this is in Team Fortress 2. Once there is a CTX file present, the engine will only read from CTX files for that category (eg Weapon Scripts) even if the txt version is present, or there are some CTX files missing.

See Also