How to Bind Mouse Scroll for "Counter-Strike 1.6"
By Joshua Phillips
Updated September 22, 2017
Valve released "Counter-Strike," a team-based first-person shooter, in 2003, with version 1.6 being the last patch the game received. "Counter-Strike 1.6" offers full customization of the controls, allowing you to bind voice commands, weapons and actions to any key on your keyboard and mouse. There are three different bindings for the mouse scroll wheel: Scrolling the wheel up, scrolling the wheel down and pressing the wheel in as a button can all be bound to an action in "Counter-Strike."
Press the "Tilde" key ("~"), located next to the "1" key on your keyboard, to access the in-game console.
Type the following phrase to bind your mouse scroll wheel down, where "action" is the associated action that occurs when the scroll wheel is scrolled down:
bind "MWHEELDOWN" "action"
Type the following phrase to bind your mouse scroll wheel up, where "action" is the associated action that occurs when the scroll wheel is scrolled up:
bind "MWHEELUP" "action"
Type the following phrase to bind your mouse scroll wheel when it is pressed in, where "action" is the associated action that occurs when the scroll wheel is pressed in:
bind "MOUSE3" "action"
Press "Enter" after the command has been typed to bind that key to the action.
Use your mouse scroll wheel in-game to perform the action you have selected.
These same commands can be used in "Counter-Strike: Source," the sequel to "Counter-Strike."
The bind commands must be written exactly as listed to function correctly.
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