[bf1942] TKPunish broke?
dave at netdefense.ca
Tue Jun 28 11:14:58 EDT 2005
Broke here too.. If they forget to hit anything, it punishes.
From: David Harrison [mailto:trogspam at games.telstra.com]
Sent: Monday, June 27, 2005 6:23 PM
To: bf1942 at icculus.org
Subject: Re: [bf1942] TKPunish broke?
I believe the functionality is that users are ALWAYS asked whether or
not they want to forgive. IF sv.tkPunishByDefault is set and the user
does not respond, the TKer is punished ("by default"). If it is not set,
they are not punished. So its more about what happens if the subject of
the TK does not press charges, so to speak - the game assumes they're
guilty and smites them.
We're finding a lot of people are always punishing so from a social
perspective I don't think it makes any difference whether this is on or
-- David Harrison
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---- Original Message ----
From: "Christoph Nothegger" <bf42 at nothegger.com>
To: <bf1942 at icculus.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 28, 2005 9:16 AM
Subject: [bf1942] TKPunish broke?
> Hi folks,
> Just wondering if anyone else is seeing this:
> From one of our serversettings.con:
>> sv.tkPunishEnabled 1
>> sv.tkNumPunishToKick 4
>> sv.tkPunishByDefault 0
> Now, one would assume that after a TK it would ask the person who was
> TKed if he wants to punish the TKer. If he does nothing, the TK would
> be auto-forgiven.
> However, what we experience is that it doesn't matter if
> sv.tkPunishByDefault is set to 0 or 1 - it will always asked the
> person who was TKed if he wants to forgive, and if he does nothing,
> the TK is punished.
> Does anyone else see this? I've added it at the Wiki as a bug, but I
> am just wondering if this is just us who experience this problem.
> P.S.: Applogies to any members of the female persuasions - the above
> scenario of course also happens if the person TKed is female ;)
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