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Holdfast: Nations At War

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Tips to Effectively Lead & Command Men:
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Here you will find a few tips to ensure that you are can effectively 
lead and command men:
 
-=Know your map=-
If you’re on unfamiliar ground, you are less able to effectively move your 
men and more likely to be ambushed by a more experienced officer. If you 
aren’t sure what lies ahead, move slowly and safely (or pass up command 
to someone who knows the land a little better)
 
-=Know your unit=-
Are you the officer of the rifles? Then you’ll want to keep them far from 
combat, and use them to pick off high profile targets and wear down the 
enemy with skirmishes. Are you leading line infantry? Have them line up 
and fire in volleys at your targets, maximising potential. 
Knowing the strengths and weaknesses of the unit you lead is essential.
 
-=Use the environment=-
Anything from weather, structures to landscape can have a huge affect on 
how you lead your men. If there is high ground within reach, it may be 
useful to lead your men to it-but only if you have enough to hold it! 
Foggy weather causing low visibility? Look for the flashes of musket fire 
or lanterns to find your targets. Avoid trying to defend areas if you 
don’t have enough men to fend off an attack; the bigger the area/the more 
possible entry points, the bigger the number of soldiers needed to 
guard it!

-=Know when to fight and when to flee=-
There is no shame in pulling your men back from a fight you cannot win;
while some may wish to seek glory or a proud death, they’re no good to 
you with a bullet in them. If you feel yourself getting overwhelmed, 
pull out to regroup! That being said, if you spot a weakness in your 
enemy or a gap in their defence, exploit it! 
Losing a few men in a charge is worth decimating an entrenched enemy.
 
-=Know your men=-
Communicate with your soldiers; a silent officer will discourage those 
who follow him. While voice commands can be useful, instructing your 
mean and talking to them using the chat is vital.


Admin RC Console Commands Guide:
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Written by Osama ze Llama.

-=Logging into Admin=-
To log into admin, open the ‘F1’ console and type in:

- rc login x

where X = Current admin password

-=Kicking a Player=-
To kick a player, you must know their player ID first. 
You can find player ID’s in two ways. First:

Access the TAB interface, each player will have an #ID number on the left 
next to their player name. Secondly;
Through the command ‘rc playerlist’. 
The playerlist command will supply you with the following information; 
Player ID, IP address, Player name and Average Ping for every player on 
the server.

To actually kick the player, you input the following:

- Rc serverAdmin x y

Where x = kick
And y = players ID (eg. 2)

-=Banning a Player=-
To ban a player, you must obtain the players ID. 
Refer to kicking a player for more information about obtaining ID’s.
To ban the player, input the following;

- Rc serverAdmin x y

Where x = ban
And y = player ID (eg. 2)

It is useful to know that all banned players will be listed in the 
"bannedplayers.txt" file along with their steam ID. Only admins with 
enough privileges can access this file since it is located on the server 
at this current time.

-=Unbanning Players=-
To unban a player, you must be able to access the "bannedplayers.txt" in 
the server files, which the host of the server can provide access to. 
If provided by a hosting company, you can access the files with a FTP 
directly to the files to edit the "bannedplayers.txt". 
To unban someone you must delete the single line of code within the .txt 
file and then save it. For the unban to take effect, an admin logged into 
the server has to reload the banned player list onto the active server. 
You can do so with the following command;

- rc fileReloader x

Where x = BannedPlayers

-=Server Admin Message=-
A server admin message displays a largish message on all players screens 
and in the chat box. It will appear as "Admin: MESSAGE” so it will not 
display the admins name when broadcasted. 
To send the admin message type in the following;

- rc broadcast x

where x = your message

Handy Info, try to keep the message as short as possible otherwise it 
will take up too much of the players screens. 
Recommended length is 20 characters or less. 

====Important to Know====
-=Changing Map=-
The way map changing works is that you can set the map to a specific map 
rotation, which is pre-configured in the servers config files. Each map 
rotation is listed 1 – 99, so it is important to refer to either an admin 
with knowledge of the current map rotation configuration or the config 
file/third party database if available at the time. 
To switch to a specific map rotation, input the following;

- rc mapRotation x

where x = Rotation number

There is currently no other way to change maps, so make sure if you want 
to change to a specific map, refer to available resources first and/or 
plan ahead.

-=Weather=-
There are two different features for weather that you can change, dynamic 
weather and transition to a specific weather pre-set. 
We will first start with dynamic weather.

-=Dynamic Weather=-
You can toggle on or off dynamic weather. If dynamic weather is enabled, the 
environment will dynamically change though different weather sets, such as; 
foggy, stormy, snowy, calm and rain. If toggled off, the weather will not 
change and stay what you have configured it to. 
Type in the following to toggle Dynamic weather;

- rc nature weather dynamicWeather x

Where x = true (enabled) OR false (disabled)

Transition to a Specific Weather Pre-set
This feature allows you to change the weather to whichever pre-set you wish. 
Pre-sets include, calm, rainy, snowy, stormy and foggy. You can set the 
transition to happen almost instantly (5 seconds) , to having it take 15 
minutes to change. 
Type in the following to transition;

- Rc nature weather preset x y

Where x = pre-set type (eg snowy (you can only choose one))
And y = time to transition (5 – 900, official documents recommend 30 minimum)

-=Time=-
Under Time, we have three different features available to us. 
The three include, dynamic time of day, dynamic time of day SPEED and change 
the time of day (static). I will explain the two dynamic first.

Enable or Disable Dynamic Time of Day
This feature allows the time of day to continue in a full day-night cycle that 
will change the lighting and skybox as the rotation goes on. 
There is some key information you need to know before using/planning out use 
of this feature. 

The following information influences the outcome of the Dynamic time of day cycle. 

-=Firstly=-
when enabled, the time of day is set to the current time of the server’s host 
machine (eg if it’s 7pm on the server box, when you enable dynamic time of day 
it will set it to 7pm in game). 
It is recommended to enable it at start of rounds for this reason. 

-=Secondly=-
If you have dynamic time of day enabled for one rotation, the time when the 
rotation finished will carry over to the new map and then continue from there. 
This is not necessarily an important piece of information but it is handy to 
know this incase you have other plans for time of day in a new map. 

-=Thirdly=-
This information only applies until it is patched out. This is critical 
information from the devs themselves, and I will word it as they have put it.

"Important Notice: Don’t disable or enable dynamic time of day through RC 
commands directly from the client on naval or coastal maps. This might cause 
players to be pulled under the terrain. 
We’re currently looking for a fix on the following issue.”

I will remove this section once they have found a fix for it.

-=Fourthly=-
The speed of the day-night cycle depends on the speed you have configured 
in the dynamic time of day cycle speed. 
Refer to the next feature section for more information.

To toggle dynamic time of day, type in the following.

- rc nature time dynamicTime x

where x = true (enabled) OR false (disabled)

Change the Dynamic Time of Day Cycle Speed
This feature increases/decreases the speed of the dynamic day-night cycle. 
Type the following to change the speed;

- rc nature time dynamicTimeSpeed x

Where x = speed of cycle

The minimum speed available is 0.01 with the maximum being 0.05. If you 
place above 0.05, the skybox will not render properly. 
The default speed is 0.03

-=Change the time of day (Static)=-
This feature allows you to change the time of day to a specific time and 
will not change. This feature only works when Dynamic time cycle is disabled. 
To set the time, type the following;

- rc nature time hour x

where x = time (works on a 24 hour clock, 1 – 24)

This feature is also subject to the same warning as the dynamic time cycle. 
Will remove once patched out; "Important Notice: Don’t disable or enable 
dynamic time of day through RC commands directly from the client on naval
or coastal maps. This might cause players to be pulled under the terrain. 
We’re currently looking for a fix on the following issue.”

-=Enabling free flight Camera=-
This feature allows ALL players to make use of the free flight camera. The 
free flight camera, when enabled, allows players to enter a spectator-like 
camera system that allows them to move their camera around the map. 
The Camera, once enabled, is toggled in/out of the free flight camera by 
pressing ‘F6’. 
Type the following to enable/disable;

- Rc set freeflightCameraAllowed x

Where x = true (enabled) OR false (disabled)

According to the devs, this feature is not fully functional. 
Use at your own risk.
Disabling 3D VOIP
Use this feature to enable/disable VOIP for the entire server at a time.
 Can be used for linebattles or events, not recommended for public servers. 
Type the following to toggle;

- Rc set voiceChatEnabled x

Where x = true (enabled) OR false (disabled)

-=Useful to Know=-
This section is not important information, but useful information you might 
be interested in.

===Ease of Access Commands===
-=Auto Complete Commands=-
You can use the "TAB” key to auto complete commands when you’re inputting 
them into console. E.g. You have ‘rc broa’ typed into the console, you press 
tab and it completes the word broadcast.

-=Go to Previous Command=-
You can use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to switch through previous commands 
entered into the console. Though do keep in mind, it does also keep anything 
you enter into the console, so it does save mistyped commands, etc.

-=Clear Console=-
You can type ‘cls’ into the console to clear the log. Useful if you have a 
bulk of information in the console you don’t need anymore.

-=Refreshing console=-
To refresh the console, just press "F1” twice and it will refresh. Useful 
for when a command doesn’t appear in the console after you put in an input. 
This does not clear the console, only refreshes it like refreshing a webpage.

-=Preventing Ghosting=-
As the devs describe the game, ‘centred on competitiveness’, admins have the 
ability to link banned players back to a steam profile. To gain access to this 
feature, you need access to the bannedplayers.txt file from the server itself, 
so you will need to contact persons who have access to said information. 
Within the .txt file, there is a steam ID number which can be searched for 
on a specific website, Steam ID Finder , and it will link you to the banned 
players steam profile. Useful if you suspect someone impersonating a player 
or tarnishing regiments good name.

===Quick Reference Guide===
-=Kicking Player=-
-	Rc serverAdmin x y
Where x = kick
And y = players ID (eg. 2)

-=Banning=-
-	Rc serverAdmin x y
Where x = ban
And y = player ID (eg. 2)

-=Broadcast=-
-	rc broadcast x
where x = your message

-=Changing Map=-
-	rc mapRotation x
where x = Rotation number

-=Dynamic Weather=-
-	rc nature weather dynamicWeather x
Where x = true (enabled) OR false (disabled)

-=Transition to Specific Weather=-
-	Rc nature weather preset x y
Where x = pre-set type (eg snowy (you can only choose one)
And y = time to transition (5 – 900, official documents recommend 30 minimum)

-=Enable Dynamic Time=-
-	rc nature time dynamicTime x
where x = true (enabled) OR false (disabled)

-=Change Dynamic Time Cycle Speed=-
-	rc nature time dynamicTimeSpeed x
Where x = speed of cycle

-=Change Time of Day (Static)=-
-	rc nature time hour x
where x = time (works on a 24 hour clock, 1 – 24)

-=Enable Free Flight Camera=-
-	Rc set freeflightCameraAllowed x
Where x = true (enabled) OR false (disabled)

-=Disable VOIP=-
-	Rc set voiceChatEnabled x
Where x = true (enabled) OR false (disabled)
 
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