Some examples of popular TF32 scripts include network optimization scripts to improve performance and block malicious servers. There are also a wide range of scripts specific to each playable class, such as the "turn while charging" script for the Demoman.
Network optimization scripts make changes to the game's configuration file to improve communication with the Team Fortress 2 servers. This improves the overall accuracy of hits and helps eliminate lag. There are also scripts to block the advertising server Pinion and commands from malicious servers that try to pass spyware or malware.
Scripts that automate the "jump crouch" maneuver are also popular. This is a technique used by advanced players to keep the character in a constant crouched position while jumping, making them harder to hit. The script simply causes the player to automatically execute a crouch in addition to any jump and to come out of it automatically when landing.
Scripts can also be added that only go into effect with certain character classes. The "turn while charging" script for the Demoman allows the character to turn much more quickly than usual while they are in the middle of a charge. There is also a script for the Scout that automatically swaps to the player's winger while jumping and returns the player's original weapon automatically after landing from the jump.