Jedi Knight III

JAM's JK2/JK3 Kill Tracker

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[quote]Yay! Here's the new version of JAM's Kill Tracker! It's got some new features, let's just go over them all. 1. It's minimised in your system tray now 2. Multi-Language Support
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3. Custom chat messages (This is not the kill message, this is something different) 4. A calculator. 5. A server tracker. 6. Custom Identities 7. Long name support. 8. Custom duel music (plays when you enter a duel) 9. Chat logging 10. Multiple playlists. 11. And some more. Having the tracker in your system tray is certainly nice, but I don't think it's needed. But, it does look cool. I did like the multi-language support, which means I can play with my game in french, although it doesn't auto detect what language you are using, so you have to manually set what language you're going to use in options. The custom chat messages are a nice addition, although you navigate through the messages with the keypad keys - , + , and *. I wish that the keys used to navigate were changeable, as I have screenshotting binds there. And, now, the calculator. I find this a random addition, so I made sure to find some bugs in it. While it does support several advanced commands such as sine, cosine, and tangent, as well as absolute values, rounding, and logarithms, it wasn't that great. First off, I use a calculator a lot, so I generally expect it to well. So, I tested if this did distrobution. It does, but you have to format your equation like so: a*(b+c). I prefer to format my equations a(b+c). It doesn't support that. Also, the sine, cosine, and tangent functions are only calculated in radians, and most people aren't intimately familiar with radians. More people are familiar with degrees. Another thing that could be worked on. And yet another thing, if you use the sine, cosine, or tangent functions, you have to format it like so: calc: sin(X) where X is a number. You cannot format it just as: calc: sin(X. It gives you an error. It doesn't even have an answer function, which just means that you can do ''ans'' and get your answer. (So it basically saves your answer, a useful thing when doing long calculations.) So the calculator was a medium disappointment to me, but it's perfect for the people that need to do simple math functions. Server tracker! Yay! I like this function mainly because when I use Xfire sometimes I crash out after joining a game. So this is a very nice touch. It will give you the server name, the number of players, and all the basic server info. Next up is Identities. A very nice touch, but I prefer configs. So I'll just stick to good old /writeconfig. Although, the /writeconfig trick doesn't work if you go to a different server that uses a different mod, so this option is nice as it's not mod dependant. It saves your name, binds, and model and is easily retreivable. Long name support. Certainly a nice thing for all of you people who like long and colorful names. Custom duel music. Not a bad idea, and I'm sure a lot of people will use it. But my music likes change, so I'll just pick a song that I like and play it at the start of each duel. Chat logging! Yay! Although I already have my game log my console already, this is great for those who don't know how to make their game log stuff, and want records of their games. Now, multiple playlists. Finally! Save that playlist! No longer will you have reload all of your music multiple times. Just load a playlist. Just make sure to click ''Create New Playlist" when you first load up, otherwise you won't get a playlist saved. It also has an auto name change feature! Yay! You can spend less time doing the whole /name thing! Also, there are several small functions that I haven't covered, but you'll hopefully find them Yay, now for some bugs that haven't been fixed. People can still spoof your name, although I'm not going to tell you how to do it. Secondly is a media player bug. First, let's replicate the bug. First, your play mode should be in shuffle, then, press the next or previous key a bunch of times. I get an error. It's specifically Run-time error '35600' Index Out of Bounds. But you shouldn't be affected by this bug unless you go insane with changing songs. It still has all of the regular features, including friends, statistics tracking, notes, kill messages, music playing with ID3 tag support, and a lot more. And, it still works for both Jedi Academy and Jedi Outcast! Despite some small bugs, this is great! I know a majority of people use this kill tracker, so download this! ~Zach[/quote] Nothing's changed from the previous review, so, I'm not re-reviewing it. I'm just tacking on a note about what's changed. [i]The following bugs have now been fixed:[/i] [b]#[/b] [i]Change Playlist cancel error[/i] [b]#[/b] [i]Prev/Next Index out-of-bounds error[/i] If those bugs are annoying you, here's your solution. ~ Kouen
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