Vi consiglio la grandezza dei puntatori sulla minimappa e right click del mouse per il deny dei creep
List of console and launch commands anyone? Throw any useful ones you know (and what they do) in this thread and I'll add them. I only know a few so would but nice to know other out there.
To open, right click Dota 2 on your Steam library, click Properties, and click Set Launch Options. There must be a space after each option (ex. -novid -console)
-novid Skips valve intro video
-console Enables consoles in game (default hotkey is `)
-windowed -w # -h # -noborder Window mode with no border, REPLACE # WITH YOUR DESIRED W AND H
Enabled via Launch Options. Default key is ` or ~. If you have a keyboard without this key you can rebind this key by typing "bind KEY toggleconsole" in console. This can also be enabled by adding a auto-execution file described below.
net_graph 1 Displays network information such as fps and ping.
dota_camera_accelerate 49 This will make the camera stop exactly where you want it, 0 will make you unable to move your camera. Thanks uw_NB and Pyros.
dota_force_right_click_attack 1 This will enable right click deny.
dota_minimap_hero_size 600 changes the hero marker size in minimap
dota_hud_health_bars 3 0 = disable hp bars, 1 = no dividing blocks in the healthbar, 3 = the default with the blocks
dota_health_per_vertical_marker 250 changes the block size in health bars, 250 = new block every 250 hp
Changing In-game Avatars
Type in the corresponding command in console to set up your in-game avatar.
Changes the avatar that is shown when you invite players to a party:
dota_set_avatar 0 - Default
dota_set_avatar 1 - Crystal Maiden
dota_set_avatar 2 - Kunkka
dota_set_avatar 3 - Faceless Void
dota_set_avatar 4 - Furion
dota_set_avatar 5 - Yurnero
dota_set_avatar 6 - Bloodseeker
dota_set_avatar 7 - Lich
dota_set_avatar 8 - Axe
dota_set_avatar 9 - Pudge
dota_set_avatar 10 - Puck
How to set up auto-execution file for console commands.
If you don't want to type in console commands every time you open up steam you can create an auto-execution file which will do whatever is in the file at launch.
Create a notepad file and save it as autoexec.cfg. Save this file in this directory: steam/steamapps/common/dota 2 beta/dota/cfg
Then just type in the console command just as you would type it in console, and when you launch DoTA2 it'll already be enabled. Use // to make a comment and each new line is a new command. Here is an example how your file might look.
//console (it won't pop-up itself like when u set running option -console)
bind "C" "toggleconsole"
// right-click deny