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Kooler

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PostFri Dec 28, 2012 11:04 am

Is there any command line to see all tracks in a sever ??

Not only tracks are being useds, but all tracks (ex. not /tracks)

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PostFri Dec 28, 2012 7:03 pm

No, there is not... If all tracks are in the same folder, then you can use /tracks /addrnd 50
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PostSat Jan 26, 2013 7:41 pm

Pls, I need an Infiltration Pack!! Where can I find it ?

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Re: Help!

PostSat Jun 07, 2014 3:08 pm

And can I use /addrnd to a specific folder tracks ?
I have /tracks/bumpz
something like /tracks /addrnd [bumpz] 20
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Re: Help!

PostSat Jun 07, 2014 4:38 pm

Kooler wrote:And can I use /addrnd to a specific folder tracks ?
I have /tracks/bumpz
something like /tracks /addrnd [bumpz] 20

Not like that. You don't type number of tracks. In that case you have to repeat command line /addrnd bumpz 20 times. For example, In case you want 5 random tracks from that folder, you will write:
/tracks /addrnd bumpz
/tracks /addrnd bumpz
/tracks /addrnd bumpz
/tracks /addrnd bumpz
/tracks /addrnd bumpz

And, yep, your example could be more intuitive, but it just doesn't work like that. The same is when you're using /add2 command to add more same tracks. It doesn't work like: /add2 Arena 5, but like this:
/tracks /add2 Arena
/tracks /add2 Arena
/tracks /add2 Arena
/tracks /add2 Arena
/tracks /add2 Arena
I guess it has to be like that for some reason. But, well, I'll have this in mind and mention it to Ande at some point. I guess he can make such commands for the new version. :wink:

And you asked this 2 years ago...
Kooler wrote:Is there any command line to see all tracks in a sever ?? Not only tracks are being useds, but all tracks...

This will be possible in new TS version. The command will be /listtracks "part of the track name".
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Re: Help!

PostSat Jun 07, 2014 4:46 pm

EDIT: Oh, it actually DOES work like /tracks /addrnd 20, but it can't aim the specific folder. :evil: - Sorry, my mistake.
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Re: Help!

PostSun Jun 08, 2014 4:46 am

Thanks Whip,

Very useful tips!
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