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#1 Posted at 2010-07-16 13:23        
     


Deadfast's Elapsed Time Counter
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Description:
Adds an elapsed time counter to the Players and Tasks dialogs.

Ever wanted to know how much time has passed since the mission you're playing started? Stopwatches are no longer needed, simply open the Players (default key: P) or Tasks (default key: J) dialog and find out. Works with both singleplayer and mutliplayer.


Installation:
As we always recommend use modfolders.
Check our FAQ for a clear explanation.


Included .pbo files:
dfs_elapsedtime_v0.1.pbo


Notes:
Compatible with ARMA 2, ARMA 2: Operation Arrowhead or ARMA 2: Combined Operations
Works in Singleplayer and Multiplayer

Serverkey can be found here.



This post was edited by Big (2010-07-16 15:21, ago)


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#2 Posted at 2010-07-16 13:38        
     
Thanks, page added.

I moved the topic and the release to the Operation Arrowhead sections.
I think they will be more popular in not so many time.

BTW can u post again the serverkey i deleted the link? :-D


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#3 Posted at 2010-07-16 14:42        
     
Thank you, server key here :-)


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#4 Posted at 2010-08-16 20:49        
     
Version 0.2 released!

I only changed the German translation and added Spanish, French, Russian and Hungarian ones so you there's no need to switch from the original 0.1 version if you run the game with any other language.

I'm still looking to have "Elapsed time:" translated into Italian and Polish so if any good Italian or Polish fellows out there can help out it would be very much appreciated. Please post either in this thread or on the BIS forums. Thank you :-)