Getting good at dancing in GMod is easier than you think. There are a number of different techniques you can use to make your dance better and more realistic. Here are some tips that will get you started.
Enabling the developer console
Adding the developer console to Gmod is a great way to get cheats and other commands into your game. You can also use it to run lua scripts quickly, or even use it to manage your server. But before you do, you need to make sure you have the console enabled. It is often not enabled by default, so it’s best to enable it in the game’s main menu. You’ll find it in the Options tab on the main menu.
Adding the developer console is also useful if you want to run admin commands, which will allow you to control your game’s settings. You can also use the console to debug Lua scripts. If you’re not sure how to do this, check out some of the sites listed below. There are also plenty of lists of console commands you can use.
If you’re not sure how to bind the console to a key, you can either open the console with a keybind or set it to be triggered by another key. If you use a non-English keyboard, you may have to adjust the keybind.
Using the GMod Dance taunt
Using the GMod Dance taunt is a fun way to show your opponents that you are serious about playing Team Fortress 2. You can taunt your opponents while in combat and mock them with a dance that’s similar to the Kazotsky Kick taunt in Team Fortress 2. This dance was created by RalseiFluffyB0i. You can purchase this taunt for 20 points at the shop.
The taunt is a reference to the Talking Obama app. This version of the Default Garry’s Mod Dance taunt is faster than the GMod’s Default Dance. You can also change the taunt to a New Super Mario Bros – Overworld Theme. If you want to use this taunt, you will need to change your settings to use f1 and f2 as standard keys. You may also need to hold Option or Alt while pressing the function key to taunt. The taunt will not stop playing until the round ends.