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Sets the maximum number of milliseconds per second it is allowed to correct the client clock. It will only correct this amount if the difference between the client and server clock is equal to or larger than cl_clock_correction_adjustment_max_offset.

As the clock offset goes from cl_clock_correction_adjustment_min_offset to this value (in milliseconds), it moves towards applying cl_clock_correction_adjustment_max_amount of adjustment. That way, the response is small when the offset is small.

Toggles input/output message display for the selected entity(ies). The name of the entity will be displayed as well as any messages that it sends or receives. Arguments: {entity_name} / {class_name} / no argument picks what player is looking at

List all physics component contents of every entity in the game; -allents: include non-physical entities -classes: print class names -sdk : Rubikon build -world : current state of the world -world -touch: list body pairs (bodies in contact) -world -save : save world to a file -world -mem: memory dump -world -snapshots: Start/Stop dumping snapshots of the world into the current directory -world -profiletraces: ProfileRecordedTraces -world -agg: current aggregate data registry (loaded resources)

Control reporting of vprof data to ogs. 0: no report, 1: database report at end of game, 2: report every dota_ogs_report_interval seconds, 11: like 1, but fake report to console (for testing), 12: like 2, but fake report to console (for testing).

Toggles input/output message display for the selected entity(ies). The name of the entity will be displayed as well as any messages that it sends or receives. Arguments: {entity_name} / {class_name} / no argument picks what player is looking at

Custom mouse acceleration: 0: custom accelaration disabled 1: mouse_acceleration = min(m_customaccel_max, pow(raw_mouse_delta, m_customaccel_exponent) * m_customaccel_scale + sensitivity) 2: Same as 1, with but x and y sensitivity are scaled by m_pitch and m_yaw respectively. 3: mouse_acceleration = pow(raw_mouse_delta, m_customaccel_exponent – 1) * sensitivity

To connect two Areas, mark the first Area, highlight the second Area, then invoke the connect command. Note that this creates a ONE-WAY connection from the first to the second Area. To make a two-way connection, also connect the second area to the first.

Displays the local movement attempts by the given NPC(s) (triangulation detours). Failed bypass routes are displayed in red, successful bypasses are shown in green. Arguments: {entity_name} / {class_name} / no argument picks what player is looking at.

Shows memory of NPC. Draws an X on top of each memory. Eluded entities drawn in blue (don’t know where it went) Unreachable entities drawn in green (can’t get to it) Current enemy drawn in red Current target entity drawn in magenta All other entities drawn in pink Arguments: {npc_name} / {npc class_name} / no argument picks what player is looking at

Displays the current route of the given NPC as a line on the screen. Waypoints along the route are drawn as small cyan rectangles. Line is color coded in the following manner: Blue – path to a node Cyan – detour around an object (triangulation) Red – jump Maroon – path to final target position Arguments: {npc_name} / {npc_class_name} / no argument picks what player is looking at

Dispatches the test particle system with the parameters specified in particle_test_file, particle_test_attach_mode and particle_test_attach_param on the entity the player is looking at. Arguments: {entity_name} / {class_name} / no argument picks what player is looking at

List all physics component contents of every entity in the game; -allents: include non-physical entities -classes: print class names -sdk : Rubikon build -world : current state of the world -world -touch: list body pairs (bodies in contact) -world -save : save world to a file -world -mem: memory dump -world -snapshots: Start/Stop dumping snapshots of the world into the current directory -world -profiletraces: ProfileRecordedTraces -world -agg: current aggregate data registry (loaded resources)

Set to 1 to reload resources and reconstruct physics of entities on the fly. May unexpectedly change behavior or crash the game, because game code is generally unaware of underlying resource reloads and may hold references to physics that may become invalid during resource reload. It is inherently harder for physics to deal with resource reloads because of persistent nature of objects being simulated (textures can be easily reloaded on the fly; if an entity holds a handle to a ragdoll body part, it may expect that handle to stay valid while the ragdoll exists)

Set all steam datagram traffic to originate from the same local port. By default, we open up a new UDP socket (on a different local port) for each relay. This is not optimal, but it works around some routers that don’t implement NAT properly. If you have intermittent problems talking to relays that might be NAT related, try toggling this flag.

Note 1: Changes were tracked starting from version 799. Note 2: First Seen column indicate when the command/variable was added to the game and Last Seen column indicate when the command/variable was removed from the game (both based on Dota 2 GC version). These values are approximate. Command