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I don't see this on the "old plugins" list. I'm hoping this still works.

 

I have AdKats running also. I keep running into a small problem here guys and was hoping you could tell me the correct or best settings to run this multibalancer.

 

I have a 32 player count server. Default settings are for 64 player count. I'm not good with percentages. What settings do you recommend?

 

Thanks,

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It is kinda tricky to configure and you have to tweak it. Remember there really is no way to ensure good balance at all times, but this plugin does help. First you have to read through the guidance in the plugin text, it is good info. It is also necessary to understand the concepts of the plugin when you change the settings, but the defaults are a good start. Recommended settings really depend on your game mode, and how aggressive you want the balancer to do its job. Set the debug level so you can see what it is doing and adjust. Try to interfere with admin actions as little as possible.

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Thanks for responding. I read it last night. I have it set to "standard". We are running conquest large at 32 players with 1,000 tickets. What it is doing is, when people rage quit or leave, it'll be 7 vs 3. Then it takes like 2-3 minutes before it kicks in and it won't balance until someone dies. Well, if no one dies, then it doesn't balance. I don't want it to say killed by an admin. When you type !assist it says you're in que to assist instead of letting you switch over. I think it's interfering with adkats somehow.  If I turn it off, then no balance period. I thought adkats does balancing too? Maybe I'm wrong. It also won't start balancing until there is 3 extra players on the other team. Can we drop that down to maybe 2?

 

Or is there a better balancer everyone is using?

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