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Using the 'DrawHud' console command is very easy and is very useful for developers looking to take profressional images of their work in-game.  'DrawHud' will remove the health, armour and ammo indicators from your active view screen so you only have the weapon and crosshairs remaining (both of which can also be removed).  'DrawHud' has two modes: '''on''' and '''off'''.  Make a note that the HUD is only viewable when 'DrawHud' is set to 0, and the player has the HEV suit equipped.   
 
Using the 'DrawHud' console command is very easy and is very useful for developers looking to take profressional images of their work in-game.  'DrawHud' will remove the health, armour and ammo indicators from your active view screen so you only have the weapon and crosshairs remaining (both of which can also be removed).  'DrawHud' has two modes: '''on''' and '''off'''.  Make a note that the HUD is only viewable when 'DrawHud' is set to 0, and the player has the HEV suit equipped.   
  
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For other useful information on console variables, please head back to the [http://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/Category:Console_Variables Console Variables Listing]
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For other useful information on console variables, please head back to the [http://developer.valvesoftware.com/wiki/Category:Console_Commands Console Commmands Listing]

Revision as of 14:20, 7 February 2006

Using the 'DrawHud' console command is very easy and is very useful for developers looking to take profressional images of their work in-game. 'DrawHud' will remove the health, armour and ammo indicators from your active view screen so you only have the weapon and crosshairs remaining (both of which can also be removed). 'DrawHud' has two modes: on and off. Make a note that the HUD is only viewable when 'DrawHud' is set to 0, and the player has the HEV suit equipped.


To turn 'DrawHud' on,

removing the HUD from the active view screen, bring down the console and type: "drawhud 1"

To turn 'DrawHud' off,

redisplaying the HUD to the active view screen, bring down the console and type: "drawhud 0"


For other useful information on console variables, please head back to the Console Commmands Listing