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Another 4 For ..::LvL
Just 4 this month at ..::LvL. Things seem a little quiet at the moment on the review front, but the maps keep coming in. Rotten soul from ShadoW is an atmosphere rich release and Cinnamon Poptart is an experimental single player map which is also the authors first release.

* Rotten soul by ShadoW - DM/Tourney/TeamDM 2-6 player
* Cinnamon Poptart by Kris Barnes - Experimental Single player,
* Vertical Extended Venegance by kaffeewunder - DM/Tourney 2-4 player
* 1961 by vnekOnator - Space DM/Tourney 2-4 player

30 second videos and 360 degree panoramas for all are available.

..::LvL - http://lvlworld.com/
 
ShadoW is amazing. So many quality releases in such short time. And they always have a great atmosphere.




How the FUCK do I set sv_pure 0 properly? I still am not pure thanks to the mappacks... If I set it to 0 in the console it is back at 1 once I use the menu (UIE). 
Sv_pure 0 
Set it from the start p script you use by adding +seta sv_pure 0
This will set it 'always' (thats why there is an 'a' in '+seta')

For just a once off, use +set sv_pure 0

My main Windows batch file is this:
start ioquake3.x86 +set fs_homepath e:\ioquake3 +set sv_pure 0 +set r_fullscreen 1 +set r_mode 6 +map "" 
I Never Knew That 
I put it in an autoexec.cfg file. 
 
(thats why there is an 'a' in '+seta')

holy shit. q3 was released in 99 and i never knew what the difference was between +set and +seta except that +set sometimes didn't work when +seta did. o_o; 
Hmmm 
apart from shadow, that was a lack luster month imo..

quality should start to be a requirement for lvl... to many shitty badly made maps are being reviewed and just taking up space.

hmmm maybe a bit harsh, but yeah 
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