I wrote some Powershell scripts to make things easier.
If you do not know where your
cfg folder is, run these in order. Replace
"G:\Program Files (x86)" with wherever your Steam games are located.
First extract the path of your
autoexec.cfg from the raw file link in your gist. For example the one here would look like below and set it into the variable
PS C:\Users\PC> $rawFilePath = "https://gist.githubusercontent.com/augbog/6b0377d0192a2dea870a60c8001cffac/raw/7d7f9667357866e66d078349b2b44c1704c27fda/autoexec.cfg"
Then after defining that run these in order.
PS C:\Users\PC> $pathVar = $(Get-ChildItem "G:\Program Files (x86)" -filter "Counter-Strike Global Offensive" -Recurse -Directory -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue | Select-Object -Property FullName).FullName PS C:\Users\PC> $finalPath = "$pathVar\csgo\cfg\autoexec.cfg" PS C:\Users\PC> Invoke-WebRequest -Method Get -Uri $rawFilePath -OutFile $finalPath
If you do know where your
cfg folder is, feel free to only run the last line and replace
$finalPath with the actual path.