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1Swat2KillThemAll
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Join Date: Nov 2009
Plugin ID:
2126
Plugin Version:
1.000.000
Plugin Category:
Fun Stuff
Plugin Game:
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Plugin Dependencies:
    Servers with this Plugin:
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    Plugin Description:
    Spam music to all your clients! :D
    Old 12-15-2010 , 15:57   Round Songs
    Reply With Quote #1

    ORIGINAL REQUEST:
    [PStar]
    Hello to everyone.

    I would like to request a plugin that every time a new round start it's chooses a random music from a list (or could be a specified diretorie in the sound flodder). IF the music is short and will end before the round end the plugin should start a new one.
    And if it's possible we should be able to set the loudnes of the music whit a cvar.

    Thx in forward.
    [6th Dec 2010 , 12:30 PM]
    CVARS:
    sm_roundsongs_version | version cvar
    sm_roundsongs_enabled | take an educated guess ;)
    COMMANDS:
    Admin:
    * sm_nextsong | oh gee, I wonder what this would do...
    Public:
    * sm_music | Turn music on or off (autotoggle)
    * sm_soundlevel | Check your current soundlevel, or alter it.
    CFG FILE (../cstrike/cfg/sourcemod/roundsongs.kv):
    Code:
    "RoundSongs"
    {
        "Song's name here"
        {
            "file"                "sound's filepath relative to ../cstrike/sound/"
            "duration"            "songlength in seconds (float)"
        }
        "Whole Lotta Rosie - AC/DC"
        {
            "file"                "misc/wholelottarosie.wav"
            "duration"            "324.5"
        }
        "Thunderstruck - AC/DC"
        {
            "file"                "misc/thunderstruck.wav"
            "duration"            "292.5"
        }
        "WanDeage"
        {
            "file"                "misc/wandeage.wav"
            "duration"            "2.0"
        }
    }
    Attached Files
    File Type: sp Get Plugin or Get Source (roundsongs.sp - 1646 views - 7.7 KB)

    Last edited by 1Swat2KillThemAll; 12-15-2010 at 19:57.
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    delirium_trigger
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    Old 12-15-2010 , 16:03   Re: Round Songs
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    People will ask so I am just going to go ahead and ask it first, although I am assuming the answer will be a no because of downloading custom content.

    Does this work with L4D and L4D2?
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    Old 12-15-2010 , 16:11   Re: Round Songs
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by delirium_trigger View Post
    People will ask so I am just going to go ahead and ask it first, although I am assuming the answer will be a no because of downloading custom content.

    Does this work with L4D and L4D2?
    I wouldnae kno' D:
    But I'll try it out and find out soon enough ;)

    EDIT:
    (L4D2)
    Good news: the server didn't crash.
    Bad news: can't say the same for the clients.

    Last edited by 1Swat2KillThemAll; 12-15-2010 at 16:35.
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    Old 01-26-2011 , 00:43   Re: Round Songs
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    Try not to put unhelpful descriptions for the admin commands and cvars. I know they're pretty obvious but some people still might not get it, and that would just pose more problems.
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    Old 01-26-2011 , 17:38   Re: Round Songs
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Gecko View Post
    Try not to put unhelpful descriptions for the admin commands and cvars. I know they're pretty obvious but some people still might not get it, and that would just pose more problems.
    More problems? Might I inquire as to what problems there were in the first place then?
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    Old 01-29-2011 , 22:46   Re: Round Songs
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by 1Swat2KillThemAll View Post
    More problems? Might I inquire as to what problems there were in the first place then?
    People who have problems with understanding simple cvars like that would probably have other problems with understanding the plugin as well. Come on man, think before you post.
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    Old 01-30-2011 , 06:07   Re: Round Songs
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    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Gecko View Post
    People who have problems with understanding simple cvars like that would probably have other problems with understanding the plugin as well. Come on man, think before you post.
    And that be my problem, in what way exactly? (Just in case you didn't get it, that's a retorical question.)
    Furthermore, I'd like to say I'm yet to meet such a person, and that I'm quite dulled by your trolling effort. I mean, come on man, YOU, of all people, telling ME to think before posting is rather hypocritical, yet hilarious at the same time
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    loki15
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    Old 04-03-2012 , 12:47   Re: Round Songs
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    Put yourself on the CS server: v70 with your plugin and he wrote me in an error log for this:
    Code:
    L 04/03/2012 - 18:41:25: [SM] Plugin encountered error 25: Call was aborted
    L 04/03/2012 - 18:41:25: [SM] Native "SetFailState" reported: Couldn't open keyvalue file!
    L 04/03/2012 - 18:41:25: [SM] Displaying call stack trace for plugin "roundsongs.smx":
    L 04/03/2012 - 18:41:25: [SM]   [0]  Line 204, /home/groups/alliedmodders/forums/files/6/3/7/2/1/79175.attach::LoadSoundList()
    L 04/03/2012 - 18:41:25: [SM]   [1]  Line 59, /home/groups/alliedmodders/forums/files/6/3/7/2/1/79175.attach::OnPluginStart()
    Tell me what to do and how to fix, I need a plugin order to consistently play music while playing on the server, for example I have 10 songs and I want to play one after another, there may be an alternative plugin, give a link if not difficult.

    Last edited by loki15; 04-03-2012 at 12:47.
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    Old 04-03-2012 , 12:49   Re: Round Songs
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    you have the config file, right? CFG FILE (../cstrike/cfg/sourcemod/roundsongs.kv)

    Make sure the file exists and is in the correct format - If you have linux, sometimes you have to do something special to the file depending on how you created it.
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    loki15
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    Old 04-03-2012 , 13:03   Re: Round Songs
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    I have Windows Server 2003 and the config file from the plugin itself is not created, I created it myself and put it in the way: cstrike / cfg / sourcemod / roundsongs.kv
    the contents of the config:
    Code:
    RoundSongs"
    {
        "treck1"
        {
            "file"                "playod_sounds/music/treck1.mp3"
            "duration"            "175"
        }
        "treck2"
        {
            "file"                "playod_sounds/music/treck2.mp3"
            "duration"            "208"
        }
        "treck3"
        {
            "file"                "playod_sounds/music/treck3.mp3"
            "duration"            "139"
        }
        "treck4"
        {
            "file"                "playod_sounds/music/treck4.mp3"
            "duration"            "154"
        }
    }
    Then run the server and still this error is that the above written.

    Last edited by loki15; 04-03-2012 at 13:04.
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