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HUD Installation for Windows
ToonHUD from what I remember uses an installer from inside the folder and not required to be placed into custom? Just look up on youtube how to if it doesn't work then.
When I do the steps and load the game it shows the default hud.I'm trying to use the budhud, Help if you can thanks :3
okay so what u need to do is to download WinRAR so once u do put the file that u downloaded to ur desktop and right click it and click open with WinRAR and click the first file (assuming u didnt use flat hud) and put extract to (and im assuming u know where to put it ) (program Files (x86) -> steam-> steam apps-> common-> Team Fortress 2 -> tf-> common) and put it in the common folder and thats how u have a custom hud
i cant delete it for some reason,it sais thet the file is open in another program
[]How Do You Make This Work Every HUD i Tryed a dip sht worked nothing WORKS!!!
[]How Do You Make This Work Every HUD i Tryed a dip sht worked nothing WORKS!!!
(12-01-2014, 09:38 PM)omnibombulator Wrote: This is the Installation Guide for the Windows Operating System
Click here for the Mac Installation Guide
Click here for the Linux Installation Guide

HUD Installation for Windows

Before doing anything else, locate your Team Fortress 2 folder. You will usually find it in Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Team Fortress 2\tf. Here, you should create a folder named custom. This is where our HUD files will be stored.

[Image: win_install_7.png]

The next thing to do is to download the HUD you wish to use. Usually, they will come downloaded in a compressed .zip, .rar, .7z or another compression file.

[Image: win_install_4.png]

Then, extract the contents of the compressed folder using WinRAR or another similar program.

[Image: win_install_5.png]

Choose your desired destination for the folder to extract to, and then locate the decompressed folder. Inside, depending on how the HUD has been packaged, you will always find 2 folders named "Resource" and "Scripts". Some HUDs may come with other folders, such as "Materials".

[Image: win_install_6.png]

Now, copy the folder that "Resource" and "Scripts" are located inside (not the Resource and Scripts folders themselves) and paste it into the tf/custom folder. If done correctly, your directory should look similar to this:

[Image: win_install_1.png]

Make sure not to paste the HUD folder into the tf/ directory, like this

[Image: win_install_2.png]

Or else the HUD will not load
In the same vein, make sure you don't copy too many folders into the tf/custom directory, like this

[Image: win_install_3.png]

As again, the HUD will not load.
Now, load up your game. If done correctly, you'll be greeted by a nice, new HUD!

Still having issues? Feel free to post any problems you are having in this thread!
The hud works fine but it won't let me play a game I click Find A game and nothing happens
(12-01-2014, 09:38 PM)omnibombulator Wrote: This is the Installation Guide for the Windows Operating System
Click here for the Mac Installation Guide
Click here for the Linux Installation Guide

HUD Installation for Windows

Before doing anything else, locate your Team Fortress 2 folder. You will usually find it in Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Team Fortress 2\tf. Here, you should create a folder named custom. This is where our HUD files will be stored.

[Image: win_install_7.png]

The next thing to do is to download the HUD you wish to use. Usually, they will come downloaded in a compressed .zip, .rar, .7z or another compression file.

[Image: win_install_4.png]

Then, extract the contents of the compressed folder using WinRAR or another similar program.

[Image: win_install_5.png]

Choose your desired destination for the folder to extract to, and then locate the decompressed folder. Inside, depending on how the HUD has been packaged, you will always find 2 folders named "Resource" and "Scripts". Some HUDs may come with other folders, such as "Materials".

[Image: win_install_6.png]

Now, copy the folder that "Resource" and "Scripts" are located inside (not the Resource and Scripts folders themselves) and paste it into the tf/custom folder. If done correctly, your directory should look similar to this:

[Image: win_install_1.png]

Make sure not to paste the HUD folder into the tf/ directory, like this

[Image: win_install_2.png]

Or else the HUD will not load
In the same vein, make sure you don't copy too many folders into the tf/custom directory, like this

[Image: win_install_3.png]

As again, the HUD will not load.
Now, load up your game. If done correctly, you'll be greeted by a nice, new HUD!

Still having issues? Feel free to post any problems you are having in this thread!
(07-19-2015, 09:31 AM)TheNutCaseFTW Wrote: i cant find Program Files (x86)\Steam\SteamApps\common\Team Fortress 2\tf on my Computer
its under this pc local disc (CSmile
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