Remapping the "pause" key in "Company of Heroes"


If there is one very annoying thing about "Company of Heroes" (otherwise being a great game) is lack of the ability to remap the control keys. I found a guide that explains how to mod the game to remap some of the controls but unfortunately remapping the "pause" key using this method has no effect whatsoever.

Does anyone know how to remap the pause key in "Company of Heroes"?


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Have a look

here. You can change any key you want too, not just the pause key.


Have a look where? I suppose you meant a link to be there somewhere but there isn't any.

Link fixed. Sorry about that.



Thanks but this is exactly the same article I linked to in my original question and as I said, it doesn't work for the "pause" key.


Here you go.


This works for me, I was playing with it just last night. 



Try using F10 to pause. Then to resume, click a button on the screen.

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