The bind command is easy.
We will start with a message to all soldiers.
Start the game and open the console with ~ (Different countries/keyboards to open console. In Germany its the: ^) and type:
e.g. /bind M say Hello Soldiers.
Make sure the ^ is deleted. The console line should show only /bind M say Hello Soldiers
Typing the key M during the game will display “Hello Soldiers”
/bind [key you want to bind] [command]
bind = you want to assign on a key
[key] = a key whatever e.g. “M“
[command] = the command you want to execute pressing the key in game
Use the “say” command only if you want to send to all soldiers this message.
/bind M say Hello Soldiers
All soldiers will see this message.
Do you want to send a message only to your team?
Use the command „say_team“
e.g. : /bind M say_team i need help
Only your team will see the message „I need help“
Call of Duty will save your bind automatically in the config_mp.cfg .
Next time you open the game it is already saved.
If you want to delete this command/message from your game:
Type /unbind M and the command is deleted.
I don’t recommend to edit direct the config_mp.cfg.
But if you want to do this, make sure you have a backup.
You can use different colors.
e.g: /bind M say ^1Hallo ^2Soldiers ^3!
This works only on keyboards where the console key ^ is different from color ^.
On the german keyboard doesn’t work. Germans must write direct in the config_mp.cfg .
The color codes:
^1 = red
^2 = green
^3 = yellow
^4 = blue
^5 = cyan
^6 = purple
^7 = white
^8 = this color changes depending the team you are
^9 = grey
^0 = black