Jazz2 Banlist & Chat filter Editor

Rating
3.5
Reviews:
4
Downloads:
962
Date uploaded:
19 Jun 2008 at 20:16

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Author
HelloTibi (More uploads by HelloTibi)
Type
Utility
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0%
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J2banED.exe 393.50 kB 19 Jun 2008

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A simple banlist & chat filter editor. Very easy to use.

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Quick Reviews Average: 3

Not recommendedTheKax rated 3.0

Why do we need this? Isn’t notepad enough?

BTW, you could have told this too:
- Where is banlist? (I know, I know, noobish question, but you never know if someone doesn’t know it. It is in your JJ2 folder, usually “C:/games/jazz2/banlist.lst”)

I think this is pretty useless, but still is better than notepad.


User Reviews (Sort by Helpful Index or Date Posted) Average: 3.6

Not recommendedReview by Stijn

Posted:
4 Jul 2008, 14:57
Auto-Reviewing Zombie (455 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings282 Featured reviews14 Average helpfulness87%
Rating
5.0

The program works nicely. It wasn’t entirely clear to me how exactly it was supposed to be used, but the big question mark button quickly guided me to the “How to use?” explanation, which explained it.

Essentially, though, this is a more difficult way of editing the files than with the old-fashioned notepad or any other text editor. For files such as these being able to move or delete large blocks of text at once, instead of line-for-line, is just more convenient, and notepad excels at just that. This would only really be useful if it did more than just text file editing; for example, importing IPs from JJ2+ logs or something.

As it is now, this is a useless tool that, though easy to use, is worse than the pre-existing tools. Therefore I can not recommend downloading this.

By the way, please make the window bigger by default, and allow me to make it full-screen. There’s no reason not to do so.

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Not recommendedReview by [anonymous]

Posted:
28 Jun 2008, 21:16 (edited 28 Jun 08, 21:20)
CTF Bug (4 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings4 Featured reviews0 Average helpfulness33%
Rating
2.2

I just wonder why is this necessary, editing the banlist and wordfilter list is fairly easy anyway.

Good things about it:
A simple interface
“How to use” and “FAQ” sections

Bad things:
You don’t really need a program to do something that’s so easy.
It doesn’t have many features. Basically, the only thing you can use it for is to add/delete words and IP addresses.

Summing up:Easy to use+help section+it’s not really needed+low functionality=not more than a 2.2

Download:No,why should you download a program when you can just use Notepad for the job?

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Review by Cobra NF

Posted:
10 Sep 2010, 05:20
Frog (22 Points)
Number of reviews with ratings18 Featured reviews1 Average helpfulness9%
Rating
N/A

So,does the chat filter basically filter out like bad words or stuff i mean WHAT DOES IT DO?

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