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Originally Posted by iraqiboy90*:

 

did anyone get this to work with the procon 1.4.1.1? I copied the admin alert.cs to the plugin bf3 folder but when I start procon it's not there. Did I paste it wrong?

same issue here.

It seems like it does not support the new version

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Originally Posted by jking54*:

 

did anyone get this to work with the procon 1.4.1.1? I copied the admin alert.cs to the plugin bf3 folder but when I start procon it's not there. Did I paste it wrong?

You mean BF4 right?
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Originally Posted by EBassie*:

 

The original and Zaeed's edit have the annoying problem the alerts go off when you (as admin) also send messages that could trigger keywords through Procon.

 

A long time ago I made an edit that still works with latest Procon.

This is it:

AdminAlerts.2.3.zip

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Originally Posted by Zaeed*:

 

The original and Zaeed's edit have the annoying problem the alerts go off when you (as admin) also send messages that could trigger keywords through Procon.

 

A long time ago I made an edit that still works with latest Procon.

This is it:

AdminAlerts.2.3.zip

lol is that bug still there?

 

 

Updated original post with latest plugin version

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Originally Posted by DeliciousWhales*:

 

This works with BF4 but seems to have an issue where the plugin settings are not saved, so the alerts need to be setup each time Procon is loaded.

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Originally Posted by EBassie*:

 

Hi, pls reupload the Media folder

The plugin does not supply mediafiles. You can create the Media folder yourself if you don't have it yet. Example: C:\Procon\Media
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Originally Posted by Aktor20*:

 

Hi, we have a new BF4 server and are learning how to use procon.

We installed many other plugins successfully but not admin alert. We copied the file in to the plugin folder on our PC's and we also have the media folder in procon with the sound file but it doesn't show up in Procon. What do we do wrong? We also tried to copie it to the server but same result.

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Originally Posted by Slayer*:

 

WOOHOO got it working after testing on one server and getting it to work, then copied the config to the other server config folders, boot up procon done deal working on each server correctly, settings all save and stay even after rebooting Procon, so far working well.

 

Thanks to all the ones who's tireless work on building and fixing these plugins.

 

Hi, we have a new BF4 server and are learning how to use procon.

We installed many other plugins successfully but not admin alert. We copied the file in to the plugin folder on our PC's and we also have the media folder in procon with the sound file but it doesn't show up in Procon. What do we do wrong? We also tried to copie it to the server but same result.

@Aktor20 read the below it might help it may not, can you see your Local plugin tab if so try hitting reload plugins or just reboot procon, if you can't see local Plugins tab go into Tools top right options Advanced untick Hide local plugins tab, while in there place a tick in Use old style to load plugins at startup.

 

What I'm running.

 

Procon version 1.4.2.4

AdminAlerts.2.3

procon.private.options.UsePluginOldStyleLoad True

 

procon\Configs procon.cfg is where the above line procon.private.options.UsePluginOldStyleLoad is just change the end from False to True though after placing a tick in the top instructions box it should be True already always helpful to check it.

 

The bold parts below is where files and folders need to be.

 

Depends on game type BF3 or BF4

procon\Plugins\BF3 AdminAlerts.cs

procon\Plugins\BF4 AdminAlerts.cs

procon\Media

 

File ------> AdminAlerts.cs

Folder ----> Media

 

hope you can follow my dribble most you have right. :ohmy:

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Originally Posted by Blace*:

 

Hi guys, this plugin is named in the 100% BFH compatibility list, so I tried it and it works up untill the notification part. In the log it caught a buzzword, but the tray and sound notifications don't work. I use the latest version 1.5.1.1 on Windows 8.1 SP1. Using a remote Procon Layer.

 

Anyone else tried using it in BFH?

 

Edit: I tried to do it with a local procon connection and that works, so the client version isn't the problem.

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Originally Posted by EBassie*:

 

Hi guys, this plugin is named in the 100% BFH compatibility list, so I tried it and it works up untill the notification part. In the log it caught a buzzword, but the tray and sound notifications don't work. I use the latest version 1.5.1.1 on Windows 8.1 SP1. Using a remote Procon Layer.

 

Anyone else tried using it in BFH?

You should install this on your client Procon instance, not on your layer.
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Originally Posted by Blace*:

 

You should install this on your client Procon instance, not on your layer.

So, do I understand correctly that if I want this to work, I need to have 1 connection open to the server directly, in my Procon client, so that I can run local plugins?

 

Or is there a different option to separate local plugins from remote layer ones?

 

I usually just have 1 connection to the layer IP to do all my admin stuff, but I must say I'm inexperienced with Procon.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

Edit: the way I see it i could ofcourse always use 2 connections, 1 to the layer, 1 to the server with the alert plugin, but to me that seems like a security risk if I want my other admins to be able to use the alert plugin aswell. I'd have to give them the global admin password, whereas with the layer I can setup nicely limited accounts.

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Originally Posted by xFaNtASyGiRLx*:

 

So, do I understand correctly that if I want this to work, I need to have 1 connection open to the server directly, in my Procon client, so that I can run local plugins?

 

Or is there a different option to separate local plugins from remote layer ones?

 

I usually just have 1 connection to the layer IP to do all my admin stuff, but I must say I'm inexperienced with Procon.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

Edit: the way I see it i could ofcourse always use 2 connections, 1 to the layer, 1 to the server with the alert plugin, but to me that seems like a security risk if I want my other admins to be able to use the alert plugin aswell. I'd have to give them the global admin password, whereas with the layer I can setup nicely limited accounts.

you dont have to seperate local/layer. you go to tools- options- show local plugin tab and put it there locally.
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Originally Posted by Blace*:

 

you dont have to seperate local/layer. you go to tools- options- show local plugin tab and put it there locally.

Ah thanks so much! Totally looked over that, I was also specifically looking for something with 'show', but it was the other way around :P disable the 'Hide local plugins folder tab' checkbox :smile:

 

Thanks again, works now.

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Originally Posted by armypoilce*:

 

I am also getting the problem where it resets the system tray alert to "off" when i shutdown procon. Everything else seems to be fine only the "enable system tray alert" resets.

The other one is the best
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