Okay, I did a complete rewrite & it works now. This one has the next, execute, & Qpick functions. This will allow you to use the Qpick button to execute the next model without having to see the name first, which is what you wanted. I also added in the red & blue reborn models for the hell of it.
set nextmodel "vstr model2"
set executemodel "vstr model1"
set Qpickmodel "vstr model2"
set model1 "set executemodel model reborn; set nextmodel vstr model2; set Qpickmodel model reborn/blue; echo reborn"
set model2 "set executemodel model reborn/blue; set nextmodel vstr model3; set Qpickmodel model reborn/red; echo reborn/blue"
set model3 "set executemodel model reborn/red; set nextmodel vstr model4; set Qpickmodel model reborn/acrobat; echo reborn/red"
set model4 "set executemodel model reborn/acrobat; set nextmodel vstr model5; set Qpickmodel model reborn/boss; echo reborn/acrobat"
set model5 "set executemodel model reborn/boss; set nextmodel vstr model6; set Qpickmodel model reborn/fencer; echo reborn/boss"
set model6 "set executemodel model reborn/fencer; set nextmodel vstr model7; set Qpickmodel model reborn/forceuser; echo reborn/fencer"
set model7 "set executemodel model reborn/forceuser; set nextmodel vstr model1; set Qpickmodel model reborn; echo reborn/forceuser"
bind F1 vstr nextmodel
bind F2 vstr executemodel
bind F3 vstr Qpickmodel
However, you cannot have a previous function & have the Qpick button work properly. If you wanted the same ability to pick the next model without seeing the name displayed while scrolling through the previous models, you will have to have a second Qpick button. This would be five buttons total.
Qpickpreviousmodel, previousmodel, executemodel, nextmodel, & Qpicknextmodel, for example.
