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    There are some great ut servers out there that run with a lot of mutators, now when you enter those servers, the game automaticly downloads the files for you. My question: how can I play those downloaded mutators, they are not in my list?

    #2
    use the search

    search in the full release forums cache cleaner, or look on www.ut2003hq.com

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      #3
      no, he's trying to use these mutators and maps or watever after he's downloaded them online in a game and in single player...

      which u can't do.

      harsh

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        #4
        The files you download are stored in a chache folder under a different filename. They're only accessed when you connect to a server using a cached mutator. Furthermore, the cache is emptied every 30 days, but you can change that setting in UT2004.INI.

        There's a bunch of CacheCleaners and CacheManagers out there you can use to convert the cached files.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Harsh_but_Fair
          no, he's trying to use these mutators and maps or watever after he's downloaded them online in a game and in single player...

          which u can't do.

          harsh
          Yes you can, just get a cache grabbing program that'll pull files out of the cache for you, convert them to proper formats, and put them in their proper folders.

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              #7
              cool thnks i downloaded that thing. took 2 seconds :up:

              harsh

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                #8
                Cache-grabbers aren't really that good a tool...
                The odds of corrupt/uncomplete transfers, or file mismatch problems, are too high...

                I'd rather read the server's mut-list, then go look for those that I'm interested in using myself.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Jes
                  Cache-grabbers aren't really that good a tool...
                  The odds of corrupt/uncomplete transfers, or file mismatch problems, are too high...

                  I'd rather read the server's mut-list, then go look for those that I'm interested in using myself.
                  If the download of a cached file was interrupted or corrupted then the file will have a bad name in the cache folder. My utility deletes those files and does not install them at all.

                  Yes there are a lot of buggy cache utilities around. Why do you think I made mine?:weird:

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