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Since I have nothing better to do might as well make a guide. I am going to show you how to make a bind that will make you high jump perfectly. Whether you do lots of KZ Climb or just can't High Jump properly them this is perfect for you.

Step 1: Choose a key that you want to bind to the script. I right now am using spacebar for the script while having mwheelup for my regular jump but it's your preference. 

Step 2: Make an Autoexec File. If you do not know how to then here is a guide.

Click Here Nerd

Step 3: 

Paste in these lines of scipt into the autoexec file (Yes This Works, I've tested it myself):

unbind "space"
alias +DJUMP "+jump; +duck"
alias -DJUMP "-JUMP; -DUCK"
bind space "+DJUMP"

Step 4: Replace the space in lines 1 and 4 with the desired key (ex: V) or leave it at space.

Step 5: Save and your done! Now go and Break that KZ record! Or finally complete Hard Climb on JB after 10000 failed tries. 

:snoop1: *Disclaimer: No this can't get you VAC Banned nor Perma Banned by Big Wet. So no Worries! :snoop1:
I don't think this would work properly. For one, you created a second alias to kill the first command, but did not implement it. Secondly, the commands should be duck first then jump.
Inb4 banned for scripts/macros.
(02-04-2016, 03:06 AM)Yota_Ninja Wrote: [ -> ]I don't think this would work properly. For one, you created a second alias to kill the first command, but did not implement it. Secondly, the commands should be duck first then jump.

It works I assure you, You should try it yourself. Use it like in the instructions and it should work just fine. Be aware that this is a high jump script, your specifying a regular crouch jump.
ive been using this bind on my mouse for months rofl

it will work fine, this is the exact copy and paste from my autoexec

alias +LJ "+jump;+duck";alias -LJ "-jump;-duck"
(02-04-2016, 03:06 AM)Yota_Ninja Wrote: [ -> ]I don't think this would work properly. For one, you created a second alias to kill the first command, but did not implement it. Secondly, the commands should be duck first then jump.

should work, by binding it as +(alias) it will automatically perform the -(alias) as soon as the key is released