This console command will stop transmitting voice communication if you've used a command that lets you communicate without holding down a hotkey. Check the examples for a bind to toggle between transmitting voice and not doing so.
This a useful console command that, when activated, will start continuously transmitting what you say to your teammates in game, meaning you don't need to hold down a mic hotkey. The command -voicerecord disables this command and stops transmitting what you say to your team. Check our examples for a way to bind this to a key.
This command will prompt you to perform the "use" action on an item or object if its applicable. For example, this command will make you plant the bomb if you're on a bombsite carrying the bomb when you use it. It can also open doors if you're in front of one. It acts in a similar way to the E key on a default keyboard setup. Use the -use command afterwards, as otherwise you will not be able to use this command again.
If you have previously used the +use command, you must run this command after (to deactivate it), so that you can use the +use command again.
This command will make make your AWP, or any other weapon with a scope (e.g. scout) scope in. The weapon will continue to be scoped in/out until the command -zoom is used. The command may activate the "zoom" feature of other weapons like the stab of a knife or the burst fire switch of the glock.
This command hides the CS:GO scoreboard if you brought it up with a command like +score.
This command activates the ALT1 (left ALT) key on your keyboard (the same as holding down the ALT key). Use -alt1 to deactivate.
This command activates the ALT2 (right ALT) key on your keyboard (the same as holding down the ALT key). Use -alt2 to deactivate.
This console command causes you to attack repeatedly. Use the command -attack to stop this. If you have a gun equipped while using this command it will make you fire until you need to reload.