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Cheat Console Features

Already familiar with the general Cheat Framework features, and ready to go to the next level?

By learning how to use the Framework cheat console, you'll have access to even more configuration and customization options such as changing ESP colors, creating and loading custom configuration saves, hidden features and more!

  • Filter what ESP appears on-screen
  • Have more control over your aimbot targeting
  • Enable additional ESP options
  • Create custom saved configs for every situation
  • And much more!

For more advanced usage, also be sure to check out our page on our Keybinds system!

What Is The Cheat Console?

Console Team Colors

The console is accessed from its own tab on the cheat menu, and is a place to input text commands to access or adjust cheat features, including allowing access to additional functionality not available via the other menu tabs.

While the most frequently accessed features are all available through the other menu tabs, adding every customization to the menu would make it time consuming to find the particular option you are looking for, while once you learn some of these commands in the console they are actually quite quick to access.

Console Basics

Finding commands in the console is as simple as typing a few letters of a feature name. For example if you start typing 'Aimbot', all the features of the aimbot system you would normally see listed on the menu will appear, including some you wouldn't find on the aimbot menu.

This means that once you know the full name, or even part of the name of a feature you want to configure, you can start typing it until it appears in the Console.


Entering & Editing Commands

After typing part of a command and the particular option you wish to customize has appeared, you can click on it to enter that full text into the console so it can be further edited or customized. This is much quicker than typing the entire command from scratch.

If you press Tab, the first command in the list (in the case there is more than one) will be auto-completed and added into the text area.

With the current text entered in the console you can scroll the cursor left and right using the Left and Right arrow keys, then use Backspace to remove any part of the command you wish and re-enter it. Then use Enter to submit the command to the console.

If you have already submitted a command and wish to re-edit it, you can use the Up arrow to access the previously entered command and edit it to resubmit it.

Finally, as you use the console you may fill up the log with multiple entered commands. In games where it is supported you can use the mouse scroll wheel to scroll back up and down the list, or you can use the mouse to drag the small scroll bar at the right side of the console window.

Keyboard Buttons

Function

Tab

When writing a command, will enter the first command in the list into the text area.

Left/Right Arrow Keys

Moves the cursor left and right when editing your text command.

Backspace/Delete

Deletes characters to the left or right of the cursor, respectively.

Enter

Submits the currently entered text command to the console.

Up Arrow Key

Returns the previously entered command into the text area.

Mouse Scroll Wheel

Scrolls up and down the console (In games where the mouse scroll wheel functions in the cheat menu).

Changing The Menu Key

While you can access the cheat menu with the default menu key, F4, this can also be changed to any other key of the cheat menu. Feel free to watch our video tutorial for a full walkthrough, or reference the console commands below.

Menu Key Console Commands

Console Command

Description

Interface.Key F4

Sets the menu to a open with a specific key. If you forget the key you set it to, you will have to check your saved .ini file for the game, or delete the .ini to reset it.

Interface.Key1 Delete

You can change these other menu keys as well, or disable them by setting them to -1.

Interface.Key2 Insert

You can change these other menu keys as well, or disable them by setting them to -1.

Keys

Sets the menu to a open with a specific key. If you forget the key you set it to, you will have to check your saved .ini file for the game, or delete the .ini to reset it.

Changing ESP Colors

Set your own custom colors for any of the ESP elements through the cheat console. We recommend watching the video tutorial first. To find colors we recommend an RGBA color picker, and changing the last value, alpha, to 255 after you pick the color.

ESP Color Console Commands

Console Command

Description

Colors.UseTeamColors true/false

Enables or disables using the team colors that are set (as seen below). If disabled, only green/red team colors will be used. Defaults to true (we recommend leaving this enabled)

Colors.

Sets the color for a specified ESP team. Example: Colors.VisibleTeamRed 255, 128, 0, 255. Use the list below for reference (example from a saved cheat config.)

VisibleTeamNeutral=255, 255, 255, 255
VisibleTeamFree=255, 255, 255, 255
VisibleTeamRed=255, 128, 0, 255
VisibleTeamBlue=0, 255, 0, 255
VisibleTeamYellow=0, 255, 255, 255
VisibleTeamGreen=255, 255, 204, 255
InvisibleTeamNeutral=128, 128, 128, 255
InvisibleTeamFree=128, 128, 128, 255
InvisibleTeamRed=255, 0, 0, 255
InvisibleTeamBlue=0, 128, 0, 255
InvisibleTeamYellow=0, 128, 255, 255
InvisibleTeamGreen=255, 255, 0, 255

Console Team Colors

This is a list of some of the color commands. We recommend typing 'Colors' in the console to see a complete list with the colors shown via the text to make it easier to identify which color team you wish to edit.

ESP Features & Options

Further customize your on-screen ESP visuals with some extra features not found in the 3D Radar menu. We highly recommend the 'HealthBarMode 1' option for games with a lot of players on screen.

ESP Features Console Commands

Console Command

Description

3DRadar.HealthBarMode 1/0

Use static sized health bars or enable dynamically resized health bars based on the ESP box size. 0 for static, 1 for dynamic.

3DRadar.ShowLine true/false

Draws lines from the crosshair to ESP. May be useful in games with very little ESP.

3DRadar.Highlight true/false

Transparently colors the inside of all ESP boxes.

3DRadar.Sort true/false

Enables or disables ESP sorting by distance (heavy performance impact!)

ESP Text Console Commands

Console Command

Description

3DRadar.FontShadow true/false

Toggles font shadow which can increase FPS when disabled.

3DRadar.Font

0 = Small Font, 1 = Default Font, 2 = Medium Font, 3 = Large Font.

3DRadar.TextBackground true/false

Adds a background behind ESP text for easier readability.

3DRadar.TextBackgroundColor 0 0 0 128

Set the color of backgrounds for ESP text.

Game.HealthSuffix HP

Set the text that shows up after ESP health. Entering no text will remove the suffix. (This also affects 2D Radar)

Game.DistanceSuffix M

Set the text that shows up after ESP distance. Entering no text will remove the suffix. (This also affects 2D Radar)

Filter & Hide ESP Items/Projectiles (Include/Exclude Lists)

With the include & exclude lists, you can control exactly which Item ESP (or ESP included as 'Projectiles') show up in-game. These lists allow you to add items by name to one of these lists which will show or hide them.

IncludeList & ExcludeList Console Commands

 Items that appear on the ESP are generally considered 'Projectiles' within the cheat menu, and all projectiles can be enabled/disabled on the ESP with the 'Show Projectiles' option on the 3D Radar menu.

The Exclude list allows you to hide items/projectiles by name, so items added to this list will NOT appear in-game. On the other hand, with the Include list, only items/projectiles on this list will show up in-game at all. You can choose which of these lists to activate and which best suits your use case.

If certain items do not already appear with ESP with Projectile ESP enabled and these lists disabled, adding names to the Include/Exclude lists will not make them appear as these items are not 'detected' by the the cheat.

Both these lists supports wildcard entries using the asterisk symbol (*) e.g; AK-** could be AK-47 or AK-74

Include List Console Commands

Description

IncludeList.Active true/false

Enables or disables the list from being active. Don't forget to enable it!

IncludeList.Names name1;name2

Sets and overwrites the list. Supports multiple names.

IncludeList.Add name1

Adds a name to the list.

IncludeList.Remove name1

Remove a name from the list.

IncludeList.CaseSensitive false

Make any entries on your lists case sensitive. Defaults to false

Exclude List Console Commands

Description

ExcludeList.Active true/false

Enables or disables the list from being active. Don't forget to enable it!

ExcludeList.Names name1;name2

Sets and overwrites the list. Supports multiple names.

ExcludeList.Add name1

Adds a name to the list.

ExcludeList.Remove name1

Remove a name from the list.

IncludeList.CaseSensitive true

Make any entries on your lists case sensitive. Defaults to false

Console Commands

Description

Projectiles

Prints a list of projectiles currently in-game memory (eg; those you would see via the ESP). May help for finding a particular projectile name.

Custom Configs - Saving & Loading

Create multiple custom configs for any reason, whether you wish to wish to have different sets of settings for types of gameplay or game-modes. Take your custom configs to the next level by using the Keybinds system to switch between them with a keybind for even more possibilities!

Saving Configs Console Commands

Console Command

Description

Save desiredname

Saves a config with the name entered after 'Save'.

Load desiredname

Loads your custom config with the name entered.

Adding In-Game Waypoints

For games with a large continuous map, you can add waypoints if you find something of use you may wish to return to during your session.

Waypoints Console Commands

Console Command

Description

Waypoint.Add desiredname

Adds a waypoint at your current location. If the name is left blank it will use the format 'YourName_WaypointCount'.

Waypoint.Remove desiredname

Removes a waypoint by name.

Waypoint.RemoveAll

Removes all added waypoints.

3DRadar.ShowWaypoints

Default to true, can be set to false to hide waypoints.

Set Panic Key

Hide all cheat visuals at any time with the panic key, which is F5 by default. This feature is helpful if you wish to hide the cheats from someone physically viewing your screen, or you want to remove all visuals when recording a video or taking a screenshot.

Panic Key Console Commands

Console Command

Description

Panic.Key F5

Sets the panic key which hides all visuals until pressed again. Defaults to F5.

Control Aimbot Targeting With The Friendlist/Shitlist

Set names the aimbot will never aim at (even if flagged as an enemy) with the Friendlist, or set names the aimbot should always lock on to even if flagged as friendly, with the Shitlist.

FriendList/ShitList Console Commands

Names on the FriendList will never be aimed at even if they're flagged as an enemy. This could be useful in a Free For All mode where you are playing with a friend, or if you don't want to lock-on to particular enemy types (for instance in mixed PvEvP gameplay where other players are the priority).

FriendList Console Commands

Description

FriendList.Active true/false

Enables/Disables the list. Be sure to enable it if you want to use it!

FriendList.Names name1;name2

Sets and overwrites the list. Supports multiple names.

FriendList.Add name1

Adds a name to the list.

FriendList.Remove name1

Remove a name from the list.

Names on the ShitList will always be valid aimbot targets even if the name is flagged as a friendly or neutral. This could be useful in a case where you wish to purposefully teamkill someone repeatedly.

ShitList Console Commands

Description

ShitList.Active true/false

Enables/Disables the list. Be sure to enable it if you want to use it!

ShitList.Names name1;name2

Sets and overwrites the list. Supports multiple names.

ShitList.Add name1

Adds a name to the list.

ShitList.Remove name1

Remove a name from the list.

Console Commands

Description

Players

 Prints a list of players currently in-game memory (eg; who you would see via the ESP). May be useful for finding a particular player name.

Set Aimbot Max Distance

In situations where you may want to avoid locking on to distant opponents, or have a limited weapon range you can limit the maximum distance the aimbot will lock-on within.

Aimbot Distance Console Commands

Console Command

Description

Aimbot.MaxRange 50000

Sets the maximum range for the aimbot in meters, targets farther away will not be locked on to.