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[CS:GO] Delay round end when last player dies?


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Old 01-20-2014 , 13:06   [CS:GO] Delay round end when last player dies?
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Hey guys, In the plugin I'm working on, players have a set amount of lives and on death if they have enough lives left then they will be respawned.

The problem is if there is only one player on a specific team then the round will end when they are killed regardless of the fact they have been respawned. The plugin calls the respawn on a timer set to 0.01 seconds after death as when I try and call it directly on the death event it bugs and doesn't seem to respawn the player.

Any ideas and help is appreciated, thanks
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Old 01-20-2014 , 13:55   Re: [CS:GO] Delay round end when last player dies?
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Use "mp_ignore_round_win_conditions" then end the round when the conditions are met using a CS_TerminateRound maybe?

BTW, timer's smallest value is 0.1
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Old 01-20-2014 , 14:48   Re: [CS:GO] Delay round end when last player dies?
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Hmm well the timer still seems to work xD I'll give your idea a try, can't think of a condition to check to trigger the round ending though
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Old 01-20-2014 , 14:50   Re: [CS:GO] Delay round end when last player dies?
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mp_ignore_round_win_conditions is broke in go you could block round en with CS_OnTerminateRound but it have some issue since it still apply score to the winning team, we don't know if it affect performance overtime yet, but been reported but got no news about it.

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Old 01-20-2014 , 15:02   Re: [CS:GO] Delay round end when last player dies?
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Looking at CS_TerminateRound, seems like the reason argument is a bit of a pain. The reasons you can set still wont fix my issue although I greatly appreciate the ignore win conditions cvar, very helpful indeed.
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Old 01-20-2014 , 15:03   Re: [CS:GO] Delay round end when last player dies?
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mp_ignore_round_win_conditions is broke in go you could block round en with CS_OnTerminateRound but it have some issue since it still apply score to the winning team, we don't know if it affect performance overtime yet, but been reported but got no news about it.
Set mp_ignore_round_win_conditions on my server and it seemed to work fine :S
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Old 01-20-2014 , 15:06   Re: [CS:GO] Delay round end when last player dies?
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Sorry for spam posting, just thought. I could set a condition using an IF statement and then if true call the TerminateRound function Thanks guys.
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Old 01-20-2014 , 15:07   Re: [CS:GO] Delay round end when last player dies?
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Nice, it was broke few weeks ago, well it seem to be working again.
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