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< NT > XII Client

created by NTxC (reality~)

 

This clientside works best with servers that have the < NT > XII Server Mod installed, but should also work with servers without it.

 

Installation:

Navigate to your jk2/GameData/ directory (jk2 is where you installed the game). Copy the ntxii folder from this package to the GameData directory so that in the end the path looks like this: jk2/GameData/ntxii/

Inside that folder you should have the ntxii.pk3 file, which is the actual clientside containing all the data needed to use it.

That's it. You can now go to a server and play with the newly installed clientside or you can always load it manually by entering the Main Menu and going to Setup -> Mods -> pick "ntxii" from the list -> Load Mod.

 

CUSTOM HUD:

After first-time use on a server, a customhud.cfg file will be generated in the ntxii directory. Review it. You can use it in combination with nt_customHUD 1 to customize your HUD to a great extent, as you are now presented with the ability to move the HUD elements on your screen.

WARNING: customhud.cfg isn't updated by the game, so you have to manually update and save it!

 

CAN'T FIND DEMOS/SCREENSHOTS/CONFIGS?

Watch out for the evil tactic of Windows which sometimes results in your game-generated data like demos, screenshots landing NOT in your jk2/GameData/ntxii/ folder as they normally should, but in: C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\. That's where you will find the JK2-generated user data. A solution to counter this Windows behavior is to always run JK2MP.EXE with a right-click -> Run as administrator. You can also disable UAC (User Account Control).

 

GAMMA BUG:

if you can't set r_gamma to your likes, and/or you get a "SetDeviceGammaRamp failed." error, then right-click JK2MP.EXE, select Properties, change to the "Compatibility" tab and select Windows XP SP3 compatibility. Press OK and the gamma bug will then be fixed.

 

Clientside features:

- Crash fixes

- Built-in JK2 minimizer (default: CTRL+Z and CTRL+SHIFT+Z, use cvars/settings menu to customize)

- New gametypes (Double Domination, Hold the Point)

- Random Model feature

- Ignore feature

- Integration with NT's Fix functions, such as admin commands

- Ultra-fast HTTP pk3-downloading system

- Ingame serverlist (made by Nerevar)

- Optional mouse movement smoothing

- Enabled console and key input during demo playback

- Support for JK2 DeFraG

- Accel-Meter which will help you strafe properly

- Visual support for Client Zero serverside bugfix

- Removal of the cg_fov 97 limit

- Instant import of the old NT XI config file

- Demos: you can now change the RECORDING caption into a little *REC caption or disable it completely

- 52 new color codes for you to use freely! (use /colorguide)

- custom HUD

 

The clientside supports Windows XP SP2+, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.

 

Questions? Bugs?

Contact:

xfire: ntxc

msn/e-mail: nontoxic_1@hotmail.com

 

Copyright © NTxC 2011-2014

 

Visit the home page:

http://jk2nt.cba.pl/ (now defunct)

http://www.ntxc.pl/

 

THIS MODIFICATION IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY ACTIVISION,

RAVEN, OR LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC. ELEMENTS TM & LUCASARTS

ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC AND/OR ITS LICENSORS.

 

Accel-Meter code provided by Dzikie Weze

THIS FILE IS NOT MADE, DISTRIBUTED, OR SUPPORTED BY ACTIVISION, RAVEN SOFTWARE, OR LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY LLC. ELEMENTS™ & © LUCASARTS ENTERTAINMENT COMPANY, LLC AND/OR ITS LICENSORS.


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No offense but this is really bad advice:
 

CAN'T FIND DEMOS/SCREENSHOTS/CONFIGS?
Watch out for the evil tactic of Windows which sometimes results in your game-generated data like demos, screenshots landing NOT in your jk2/GameData/ntxii/ folder as they normally should, but in: C:\Users\yourusername\AppData\Local\VirtualStore\. That's where you will find the JK2-generated user data. A solution to counter this Windows behavior is to always run JK2MP.EXE with a right-click -> Run as administrator. You can also disable UAC (User Account Control).

The solution is to not install in the protected folder (program files), or see if someone has created a newer engine that uses the homepath support like we do with JKA OpenJK.

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