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by f*ckfish
27 Jun 2007 20:33
Forum: Trackmania Nations Forever Talk
Topic: Ladder Hacking?
Replies: 203
Views: 26220

calm down. i think the reset was just a quick fix, they couldnt come up with a permanent solution yet. the "old" boosters were just annoying and nadeo could ignore them, but those new scores have ridiculed nadeo as a company, so they are -forced- to act if they dont want their reputation to be dama...
by f*ckfish
27 Jun 2007 17:52
Forum: Trackmania Nations Forever Talk
Topic: Ladder Hacking?
Replies: 203
Views: 26220

Well if Nadeo is done with its part of "re-normalizing" the ladder than I have to say that I'm really pissed cause their work didn't do it at all. Until now they definetly did NOT reset the points to the state they were before the bug. Maybe they only deleted the progress on drivers who had really u...
by f*ckfish
27 Jun 2007 16:00
Forum: Trackmania Nations Forever Talk
Topic: Ladder Hacking?
Replies: 203
Views: 26220

Extreme wrote:I wonder why alinoa's post count is exactly the same as the nations ladder points on the top 10.
The nation ladder points seem to be stored in a 24bit datatype which results in a maximum point value of (2^24)-1 = 16777215.
Seems to be a little "ladder-problem" in this forum too... lol
by f*ckfish
27 Jun 2007 15:31
Forum: Trackmania Nations Forever Talk
Topic: Ladder Hacking?
Replies: 203
Views: 26220

i think those who have used the server to gian that amouth off points should have to be putt back to 0 with there account. and let the player who play fair out off this mess. :cry: You can't blame them for driving for a few rounds, not boosting at all and gaining a f*cking lot of points just becaus...
by f*ckfish
27 Jun 2007 14:39
Forum: Trackmania Nations Forever Talk
Topic: Ladder Hacking?
Replies: 203
Views: 26220

Where is the point in disabling the ladder for private servers? Then the boost-servers won't be private anymore and everyone with a bit of php-knowledge and the use of aseco/jfreu could limit the access to this server just as he likes. I as a programmer myself think, the problem can't really be solv...