Cvars are the global variables of the mod. Or in more simple terms, cvars are your settings, but they don't have to be permanent settings.
"sv_soccar_gravity" for example, is tied to the current open (offline) game. If you change the gravity setting, go to the main menu, and then go back to freeplay, gravity will be default again. Others like "cl_goalreplay_pov" will be persist across games.
Any change of the BakkesMod configuration made through the console will be lost when you close Rocket League unless you open and close the GUI once or call the command
This will only save permanent cvars.
Every cvar has a default value. When the mod starts up, this is the value the cvar will have initally. However, it will be overwritten, if the cvar has a saved user setting in the config.cfg file in the bakkesmod/cfg folder.
A cvar can have a minimum or maximum value (or both). If the user attempts to set a value outside of that range, then the mod will clamp it to the allowed range.
Only cvars with this attribute will get saved to the config.cfg via "writeconfig".
Modification of any cvar can be done through the console.
In that sense, every cvar is also a console command.
A numerical cvar (int, float, bool) does not have to be a static number. Instead, you can provide a range from which the mod will take a random uniform sample every time it accesses the cvar. For example
will give you a random amount of boost between 0 and 100 (inclusively) on every shot attempt in custom training.
The majority of cvars can be modified through the graphical user interface. The name of the cvar is not shown in the user interface and randomness might not be possible depending on the setting.
List of all cvars
Since this is a category, a list of all properly documented cvars is at the bottom. Cvars may also be found in the list of all console commands.
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