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Old 05-22-2022 , 20:10   Nominate plugin not using maplist cfg?
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I decided to split off my nominations plugin from the default maplist, so I could add specialty gamemode maps without it showing up in normal votes, but I have an issue in that the plugin refuses to read from the nominations spot on maplists.cfg, and just goes to default.

I run mapchooser_extended

I have tried both normal nominations and nominations_extended plugins

I have three mapcycle files at this point - the normal, admin, and the new nominations

Swapping the maplist nomination filepath to the admin file still resulted in it loading the default/normal maplist, but the SM admin menu loads the admin maplist fine. So it has to be ignoring the nominations spot in mapcycle file..

I am out of ideas on what might be causing this and would greatly appreciate any help.

After checking CFGs for the 10th time I realized I had it set to target instead of file... don't see how to mark this dealt with

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Old 05-23-2022 , 14:40   Re: Nominate plugin not using maplist cfg?
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Originally Posted by martellus View Post
... don't see how to mark this dealt with
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At the top, under reason for editing, select TITLE you will see "no prefix", select [Solved]
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