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For information on the Save Game format used by Source, see [[Save Game Files]].
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[[Category:Glossary]] [[Category:Console Variables]]
 
[[Category:Glossary]] [[Category:Console Variables]]
  
This [[boolean]] [[ConVar]] enables/disables cheats on the server.
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This Console Command saves the current game.
 
 
It also gives you access to commmands that would normally be abused or misused by players. When building maps, you may want this as a startup command.
 
  
{{Syntax|<code>sv_cheats <boolean></code>}}
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{{Syntax|save <string Name>}}
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==
  
Below are some typical cheats which gamers may find useful. Developers may also find these useful for bug testings and specific testing on in-game worlds.
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* [[load]] - Loads a game from a specific save game file.
 
 
(Command parameters are described inside the <code><</code> and <code>></code> characters.)
 
 
 
* [[god]] - "God Mode": Player becomes invincible. Type again to turn off.
 
* [[impulse]] 101 - Equip the player with a full loadout of equipment.
 
* [[give]] <entity name> - Give the player the item, weapon or asset stated.
 
* [[noclip]] - Toggle the player collision with the environment and other objects. Allows the player to fly through walls, etc. Type again to turn off.
 
* [[notarget]] - Toggle NPC detection of the player. The player will still activate [[trigger]] entities, etc. Type again to turn off.
 

Revision as of 12:10, 16 January 2010

For information on the Save Game format used by Source, see Save Game Files.

This Console Command saves the current game.

Syntax: save <string Name>

Note.png Note: Parameters are described inside the "<" and ">" characters.

See Also

  • load - Loads a game from a specific save game file.