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Hello All -

I realize this is a shot in the dark but does anyone know of a client-side stat tracking program out there? Sometimes I'll write stuff down but that takes effort.

fujoubou



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That would be awesome.

Question: Does Ut2004 return's values to the clients somehow (the variable would be the F3 menu variables).
fujoubou



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http://ut2003stats.sourceforge.net/
http://apartment167.com/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=getit&lid=13

Those seams to be tracking system.
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fujoubou wrote:
http://ut2003stats.sourceforge.net/
http://apartment167.com/modules.php?name=Downloads&d_op=getit&lid=13

Those seams to be tracking system. 


That appears to be server-side, though.
fujoubou



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UT2004 has local logging capability built-in. 


Mmmm from the first link website.
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fujoubou wrote:
UT2004 has local logging capability built-in. 


Mmmm from the first link website. 


"About UTStatsDB

Server stats parser and database for Epic Games' Unreal Tournament series (UT, UT2003, and UT2004). Servers can maintain their own local stats using PHP and MySQL database where individual match and player stats can be viewed via a web interface. "

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we ran statsdb for a while, but it adds a lot of overhead to the server. I'd rather have more players than more stats, ya know?

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