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Hi all,

Having beaten Allied Assault and the two expansion packs, I thought it would be fun to go back through with a few cheats, such as the ones that give you weapons that aren't normally in the level.

However, when I enable cheats in either AA, Spearhead, or Breakthrough, a bunch of weird text appears on the screen in-game, such as telling me how many Axis and Allied NPCs there are. Even after I turn off cheats, this text still appears in-game, and the only way I can fix it is to completely reinstall the game.

Does anyone know if there's a way to enable cheats without having that distracting text pop up on the screen? I'd really appreciate it.
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Well, I figured out how remove the text (without cheats) on my own.

To make the annoying text go away (with cheats off), I restarted the game with the command line "+set developer 0 +set thereisnomonkey 0 +set cheats 0". This turns off cheats, but it also turns off that annoying text that kept appearing after previously using cheats.

I didn't enable "+set ui_console 1" when I was using cheats, so if anyone did then you may also need to reset this value to '0' on your next restart.

I'm still curious if there's a way to run the game with cheats on, but without the annoying "Axis NPC Allies NPC" text on screen. If anyone knows, please share.
Post edited November 06, 2020 by fretka2