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fairCTF is a third party [[Plug-ins|plug-in]] written by L4m3r that disables CTF if team sizes are unbalanced. It can be downloaded from [http://my.bzflag.org/bb/viewtopic.php?t=6776 its thread on the BZBB].
 
fairCTF is a third party [[Plug-ins|plug-in]] written by L4m3r that disables CTF if team sizes are unbalanced. It can be downloaded from [http://my.bzflag.org/bb/viewtopic.php?t=6776 its thread on the BZBB].
  
The original version disables CTF entirely for both teams when there is an imbalance (no one can pick up any flags...even their own team's). Constitution created a patch that changes this behavior so that only the stronger team cannot pick up the weaker team's flag and posted it in a reply to the above thread.
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The original version disables CTF entirely for both teams when there is an imbalance (no one can pick up any flags...even their own team's). Constitution created a patch that changes this behavior so that only the stronger team cannot pick up the weaker team's flag and posted it in a reply to the above thread. Constitution's patch had a flaw, so he uploaded a new version. On the second page of the thread, Optic Delusion had attached  fairCTFstrong which is essentially Constitution's path pre-applied.
  
 
==Usage==
 
==Usage==

Revision as of 01:27, 29 September 2010

fairCTF is a third party plug-in written by L4m3r that disables CTF if team sizes are unbalanced. It can be downloaded from its thread on the BZBB.

The original version disables CTF entirely for both teams when there is an imbalance (no one can pick up any flags...even their own team's). Constitution created a patch that changes this behavior so that only the stronger team cannot pick up the weaker team's flag and posted it in a reply to the above thread. Constitution's patch had a flaw, so he uploaded a new version. On the second page of the thread, Optic Delusion had attached fairCTFstrong which is essentially Constitution's path pre-applied.

Usage

Information on the usage of the fairCTF plug-in can be found in its README.