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HowTo: Move Settings from a Commandline Into the .ini Files

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  • #31
    Great post a new feature about to appear in the UT3 Tweaker i feel

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Brad.G View Post
      Great post a new feature about to appear in the UT3 Tweaker i feel
      t'would be good to see.. handy add-on for server admins.

      even added inspiration to the existing link i had to the tweaker for you, Brad.G!

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      • #33
        Originally posted by 13th_Disciple View Post
        t'would be good to see.. handy add-on for server admins.

        even added inspiration to the existing link i had to the tweaker for you,
        Brad.G!

        Brad.G UT3 Tweaker - Soon to have server admin features... right Brad?
        lmao.... hum. you have me over a barrel there. ok it will be in the next release .... along with xbox controller support, cache convertor, pipe switching, mulitple profile management ..... greedy gits lol

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        • #34
          Code:
          Old commandline setting:
          - ?ServerDescription=This Is My Server Description
          
          New UTGame.ini file setting:
          - [Engine.GameReplicationInfo]
          - ServerName=This Is My Server Description
          I have tried this, and what i put there appears as my Server Name, not Description.

          Does anybody know where the Server Description goes?

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          • #35
            There is a MessageOfTheDay= entry in that same ini file section that you might be thinking of as a "description".

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            • #36
              No, our descriptions work fine in the commandline, there just doesnt seem to be any place in the INI for them, so I leave them in the commandline for now.

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              • #37
                Then it is the ServerName= entry in the UTGame.ini file.

                Code:
                [Engine.GameReplicationInfo]
                ServerName=Slaughter's Place Warfare - (Vote|Customs|Team Balance)


                BattleRPG Invasion and Battle Freezetag Arena are done the same way.

                Make sure you are 1) editing the correct UTGame.ini file and 2) that you have removed ?ServerDescription from the commandline.

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                • #38
                  Slaughter you Rock.

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                  • #39
                    Ah, *penny drops* Server Descriptions are now redundant seeing as you can make nice long server names.

                    In my screenie anything after : was added in commandline, we will just move that into servername now.

                    Thanks

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                    • #40
                      Hi,
                      can anyone tell me how i can get Mutators to thi ini ?

                      Thx

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by $!xk!ller View Post
                        Hi,
                        can anyone tell me how i can get Mutators to thi ini ?

                        Thx
                        You don't, add them via commandline.

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                        • #42
                          My server is rent, and i have no acces to the Commandline and the server Reeboots every day.
                          Than i must hope that anyone make a tool like ProasmĀ“s Comline for ut2004.

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