When you finally located your Quake Live config, you will be confronted with two game config files, i.e. qzconfig.cfg and repconfig. To be quite honest it’s a bit silly to have two config files even. Therefore, I’ve got my own method to work with my Quake Live config. I’ll run you through it step by Read More
Id Software has done a great job hiding your Quake Live config so let’s try and find it. I’ll explain how to find your Quake Live config for Windows XP, Windows Vista, 7 or 8(.1) and the Steam version separately. Read More
You might need your console pretty often to customize quake live. But how exactly do you open the Quake Live console? Opening the quake live console for the first time can be done with the key combination Ctrl + Alt + ² on an azerty keyboard or Ctrl + Alt + ~ on a qwerty Read More
Veteran Quake players know all about it, but many new players wonder how to have colors in the Quake Live nickname and clantag.
This is something very easy as all it requires is the addition of color codes. Each color has its own number and by using a ^ you can tell Quake to interprete what follows in that color.
^1 = Red
^2 = Green
^3 = Yellow
^4 = Blue
^5 = Cyan (light blue)
^6 = Magenta (purple)
^7 = White
Other colors are not yet supported. Read More