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How to Bind Jump to Scroll Wheel CSGO – Pro Mouse Bunny Hop Trick

Easy bunny hop

Do you wonder how other players jump instantly whenever they are attacked in CSGO? How they can hop quickly and dodge the bullets? Well, it is the bunny hop trick and in this guide, you will learn how to bind jump to mouse scroll wheel in CSGO. The default control settings bind jump movement to the Space key. This restricts the movement where you have to press WASD for movement + Space multiple times to jump. In order to evade an attack or to enter into a battle, this jump movement is very important. So here is a trick on how to jump with zero efforts in CSGO.

Mousewheel Scroll Jump Bind – Jump with Mouse Scroll in CSGO

There are two steps to jump throw bind in CS: GO. You can change the default Jump key and assign a mouse scroll wheel to the same. But a little bit of modification is required. This is a one time process, once you create the required files to assign custom functions to CSGO you can do more changes. So here is how everything works.

The first part is the Jump code, this code will tell CSGO to use the mouse scroll wheel. When you rotate the mouse scroll front or back you can jump in the game. There is no need to press the Space key. This is going to save a lot of time in the game allowing you to be the first one to dodge bullets. So first note down the two codes below.

  • bind “mwheelup” “+jump”
  • bind “mwheeldown” “+jump”

The second part is adding these codes in CSGO Autoexec file. You can create this file in the default installation directory and modify the Jump movement key. Also, there are a ton of custom options you can add or remove through the file. The objective of the file is to load the default function on the game launch. CSGO Autoexec file is a cfg file on in simpler words a configuration file.

When you launch CSGO it runs on the default settings, but if there is an autoexec file in the installation directly the game will pick settings from it. Default settings are managed by config.cfg and custom settings are managed by autoexec.cfg files. In this way, you can keep both the settings separate. In case of any issue moves the autoexec to some other places.

Here is how codes in autoexec.cfg will look:

  • bind “PAUSE” “pause”
  • bind “SPACE” “+jump”
  • bind “mwheelup” “+jump”
  • bind “mwheeldown” “+jump”
  • bind “SHIFT” “+speed”
  • bind “ALT” “+strafe”
  • bind “CTRL” “+duck”
  • bind “UPARROW” “+forward”
  • bind “LEFTARROW” “+left”
  • bind “DOWNARROW” “+back”
  • bind “RIGHTARROW” “+right”
  • bind “F1” “autobuy”
  • bind “F2” “rebuy”
  • bind “F3” “askconnect_accept”
  • bind “F4” “bug”

If you leave bind “SPACE” “+jump” in the text file you can still use Space to jump. The next job is to assign the game to launch the files settings instead of config.cfg.

  1. Launch Steam and right click on click on CS:GO in the game library.
  2. Choose Properties > and click on Set Launch Options.
  3. Enter +exec autoexec.cfg and click on Ok.

This will make autoexec to launch by force whenever you start the game. You can edit the content of cfg files using a regular notepad. Just right click on the file and choose Open With > Notepad. All codes must be above host_writeconfig in the file. If you want to know more about how to create autoexec.cfg in CSGO, or how it exactly works then there is one more guide coming up – How to create or modify CSGO autoexec.cfg file. Do visit back again.