NATION

PASSWORD

Scorinators (OOC Discussion)

A battle ground for the sportsmen and women of nations worldwide. [In character]
User avatar
The Babbage Islands
Senator
 
Posts: 3767
Founded: Mar 25, 2009
Ex-Nation

Scorinators (OOC Discussion)

Postby The Babbage Islands » Tue Jun 08, 2010 7:53 pm

Might as well get a discussion topic going. I just posted Miscellanator's first public release, 1.08, at my site. That's the first of three scorinator releases I know of this month, with NSFS 3 coming from Vephrall and xkoranate 0.3 coming from Commerce Heights in a matter of days.

Questions and comments welcome.
Last edited by The Archregimancy on Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:30 am, edited 1 time in total.
NS World Cup: Runner-up 55/59; Third place 50/52/58/62/63; Host 49/54/60.
Founding member, Global Cricket Federation; 2x Twenty20 world champions.
FactbookRedballer scorinator for test cricket
Community football scorinator and CFC v2.1 (rules)

User avatar
Delaclava
Senator
 
Posts: 4098
Founded: Jul 30, 2008
Ex-Nation

Postby Delaclava » Tue Jun 08, 2010 7:55 pm

The Babbage Islands wrote:Might as well get a discussion topic going. I just posted Miscellanator's first public release, 1.08, at my site. That's the first of three scorinator releases I know of this month, with NSFS 3 coming from Vephrall and xkoranate 0.3 coming from Commerce Heights in a matter of days.

Questions and comments welcome.


You know, the fact that your name is Glenn somehow isn't that surprising to me. I don't know why, but it isn't. :p

In all seriousness, thanks for uploading!
Back on a limited basis, interested mainly in tennis and lacrosse, possibly a bit of track and field (athletics). Currently hosting the 8th Scott Cup and the 2nd World Team Tennis Championships.

User avatar
Qazox
Postmaster of the Fleet
 
Posts: 21296
Founded: Jan 17, 2006
Ex-Nation

Postby Qazox » Tue Jun 08, 2010 8:57 pm

Delaclava wrote:
The Babbage Islands wrote:Might as well get a discussion topic going. I just posted Miscellanator's first public release, 1.08, at my site. That's the first of three scorinator releases I know of this month, with NSFS 3 coming from Vephrall and xkoranate 0.3 coming from Commerce Heights in a matter of days.

Questions and comments welcome.


You know, the fact that your name is Glenn somehow isn't that surprising to me. I don't know why, but it isn't. :p

In all seriousness, thanks for uploading!


Wierd, my Middle name is GLENN.
Wikipage/Qazox National Football Team
Qualified for World Cups 31, 33, 35-50, 54-59, 61, 62. Runners-up: CoH 52
Baptism of Fire 44 (w/Mangolana); World Baseball Classics 1, 4, 5, 10, 13 and 23; World Cup of Hockey 7 and 14; World Bowls IV & IX; IBC X; Baptism of Iron III and VIII; NSCAA Tourney II, III (conferences/regionals), The OXEN Cup; the TOUR de QAZOX, Qazoxian Sports Festival and NS X-Games/Winter X-Games I.
World Cups of Hockey 4 & 6; World Baseball Classics 6, 8 and 9, World Bowls 3 and XXI; Draggonnii Inviyatii V, IBC XI
xkcd 1110 (zoomable!)

User avatar
Toiletdonia
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1346
Founded: Dec 10, 2009
Ex-Nation

Postby Toiletdonia » Tue Jun 08, 2010 11:32 pm

I'm working on something as you can see in my sig. Not as heavy duty though.
Trust member in Taltos industry!
10th December 2009-10th December 2010!
I do weddings! And I'm probably official as well!
I'm English and not very proud of it!
Writer Emeritus of F7's most Godawful play. Thanks for the title Nana.
Astronaut
Finance manager
Hallucinater
Trust member in Taltos industry
Priest
Jalanat wrote:Or like that time I misheard something my mom said about the rain and I thought that rain was made of dirty goats for 5 months.

Jalanat wrote:I hope you weren't trying to call me a reindeer, we mooselike are a hundred times better than the reindeerlike. Stupid reindeers. Oh, look at me, I am a reindeer, look at my not so big antlers which look ugly compared to mooses, oooh look at me, I am a reindeer, I am flying in the sky pulling a fat man in red clothes in a sled.

User avatar
The Archregimancy
Game Moderator
 
Posts: 23026
Founded: Aug 01, 2005
Democratic Socialists

Postby The Archregimancy » Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:30 am

Qazox wrote:
Wierd, my Middle name is GLENN.


Just a gentle reminder to everyone to discuss scorinators, not whether you're called Glenn or not. Don't want to make it seem as if I'm cracking down on NS Sport banter, but there's been some minor grumbling from restless natives.


TBI, hope you don't mind, but I'm going to make a minor change to your thread title to clarify that you're looking for OOC discussion. That's clear in your OP, but not so much in the title.
Last edited by The Archregimancy on Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:31 am, edited 1 time in total.

User avatar
Schiavonia
Diplomat
 
Posts: 582
Founded: Sep 26, 2005
Ex-Nation

Postby Schiavonia » Wed Jun 09, 2010 12:38 am

I'm working on a relatively simple to use excel scorinator similar to the ones used for the WCs I hosted, but ever so slightly better. And hopefully with a better formula. Also possibly something simple for tennis, too, although I'll be interested to know if TBI's scorinator could do that.

User avatar
The Babbage Islands
Senator
 
Posts: 3767
Founded: Mar 25, 2009
Ex-Nation

Postby The Babbage Islands » Wed Jun 09, 2010 2:46 am

The Archregimancy wrote:TBI, hope you don't mind, but I'm going to make a minor change to your thread title to clarify that you're looking for OOC discussion. That's clear in your OP, but not so much in the title.


Thanks for the catch.

Schiavonia wrote:I'm working on a relatively simple to use excel scorinator similar to the ones used for the WCs I hosted, but ever so slightly better. And hopefully with a better formula. Also possibly something simple for tennis, too, although I'll be interested to know if TBI's scorinator could do that.


I haven't done tennis yet. My emphasis so far has been on team sports. But tennis wouldn't be hard to add. Football is already being developed, not that the world needs another football scorinator. :) I'm also looking for a good data set for the highest levels of Gaelic football.
NS World Cup: Runner-up 55/59; Third place 50/52/58/62/63; Host 49/54/60.
Founding member, Global Cricket Federation; 2x Twenty20 world champions.
FactbookRedballer scorinator for test cricket
Community football scorinator and CFC v2.1 (rules)

User avatar
Sarzonia
Negotiator
 
Posts: 5533
Founded: Mar 22, 2004
Scandinavian Liberal Paradise

Postby Sarzonia » Wed Jun 09, 2010 6:02 am

Schiavonia wrote:I'm working on a relatively simple to use excel scorinator similar to the ones used for the WCs I hosted, but ever so slightly better. And hopefully with a better formula. Also possibly something simple for tennis, too, although I'll be interested to know if TBI's scorinator could do that.


I'd be interested to find out how to work the Excel formulae you're plotting.

The past few smaller tournaments I've hosted have all been with an Excel spreadsheet. Perhaps I can pick your brain to enhance my abilities with them?
You can't spell conservative without CON.

User avatar
Toiletdonia
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1346
Founded: Dec 10, 2009
Ex-Nation

Postby Toiletdonia » Wed Jun 09, 2010 9:27 am

TBI: Would you like to with me on some sort of excel project using an input file? One that would be adjustable for the amount of teams would have tables included and would have a resume file?.
Trust member in Taltos industry!
10th December 2009-10th December 2010!
I do weddings! And I'm probably official as well!
I'm English and not very proud of it!
Writer Emeritus of F7's most Godawful play. Thanks for the title Nana.
Astronaut
Finance manager
Hallucinater
Trust member in Taltos industry
Priest
Jalanat wrote:Or like that time I misheard something my mom said about the rain and I thought that rain was made of dirty goats for 5 months.

Jalanat wrote:I hope you weren't trying to call me a reindeer, we mooselike are a hundred times better than the reindeerlike. Stupid reindeers. Oh, look at me, I am a reindeer, look at my not so big antlers which look ugly compared to mooses, oooh look at me, I am a reindeer, I am flying in the sky pulling a fat man in red clothes in a sled.

User avatar
Tarrentum
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1140
Founded: Apr 13, 2010
Ex-Nation

Postby Tarrentum » Wed Jun 09, 2010 10:23 am

I'll post it here to see if anyone else is getting this issue.

TBI, I downloaded the Excel version FYI.
However, on the Matchlist sheet every blue column (A,B) and D column (score results) are not pulling anything into and are showing the #REF error.

Yes, I've gone through the and changed B1-B3 but still got the same #REF error.

Am I the only one with this issue?
Atlantian Oceania - Islands for Everyone, even Crazy Carl!

User avatar
The Babbage Islands
Senator
 
Posts: 3767
Founded: Mar 25, 2009
Ex-Nation

Postby The Babbage Islands » Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:24 am

Tarrentum wrote:I'll post it here to see if anyone else is getting this issue.

TBI, I downloaded the Excel version FYI.
However, on the Matchlist sheet every blue column (A,B) and D column (score results) are not pulling anything into and are showing the #REF error.

Yes, I've gone through the and changed B1-B3 but still got the same #REF error.

Am I the only one with this issue?


A #REF error suggests a problem when I exported to Excel. (The native format is .ods.) I'll check it when I am home. Do the sport sheets turn up the right stuff? That could give me a clue.

EDIT: I downloaded the Excel version to a work machine running Excel 2003 as part of MS Office Professional. It has the #REF problem on every sport sheet as well as the MatchList sheet. I'll compare versions at home. Possibly it's the version of Excel in use, possibly it's a difference in the handling of indirect references, possibly something gets mangled in export. The orange cells on the sport sheets--the ones that do not use INDIRECT to reference the schedule sheet--work fine.

I never had a problem with the Golfinator export, but Golfinator doesn't use INDIRECT across multiple sheets. Unfortunately, since I refuse to let MS Office on my Mac I can't test an Excel export using Excel at home. Back to work for me for now, thanks for the information.
Last edited by The Babbage Islands on Wed Jun 09, 2010 11:40 am, edited 1 time in total.
NS World Cup: Runner-up 55/59; Third place 50/52/58/62/63; Host 49/54/60.
Founding member, Global Cricket Federation; 2x Twenty20 world champions.
FactbookRedballer scorinator for test cricket
Community football scorinator and CFC v2.1 (rules)

User avatar
Liventia
Negotiator
 
Posts: 6055
Founded: Feb 04, 2008
New York Times Democracy

Postby Liventia » Thu Jun 10, 2010 4:50 am

If anyone wants a look at basic Excel scorinators I have for tennis and cycling, just give me a shout. The cycling one's been used for two events already on here.

User avatar
Delaclava
Senator
 
Posts: 4098
Founded: Jul 30, 2008
Ex-Nation

Postby Delaclava » Thu Jun 10, 2010 6:42 am

Liventia wrote:If anyone wants a look at basic Excel scorinators I have for tennis and cycling, just give me a shout. The cycling one's been used for two events already on here.


And the tennis one's been used for all three Scott Cups. I plan on using it for the 4th as well.
Back on a limited basis, interested mainly in tennis and lacrosse, possibly a bit of track and field (athletics). Currently hosting the 8th Scott Cup and the 2nd World Team Tennis Championships.

User avatar
The Fanboyists
Senator
 
Posts: 4300
Founded: Sep 21, 2007
Liberal Democratic Socialists

Postby The Fanboyists » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:16 am

TBI, I'm not a very technical person with this stuff, and I'm rather poor at operating scorinators (I got somewhat lost when I attempted to use NSFS Gridball Mod) so I have a question/request:

Would it be possible to modify Miscellanator to, say, tourney (otherwise known as jousting), or other obscure sports?

Beyond that, I have a question which has not yet been addressed (to my knowledge) in the Help File provided, in that is there any list on the "Set-Up" spreadsheet that should not under any circumstances be edited? For instance, the first group on the Setup spreadsheet comes with entries (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie...), that I am unsure as to whether or not they should be edited for testing reasons while I feel this out.
Last edited by The Fanboyists on Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:28 am, edited 1 time in total.
Proud member of the Tyrrhenia role-playing community!
The Federal Republic of Allamunnic States
Go Ravens!
WikiStates
Sports Braggery:
World Bowls XVI, XVII, XIX, XXIII, XXV, and XXVII Champions (World Bowl XVIII Runners-Up)
WLC VII & X Champs, WLC VI, XI & XIII Runners-Up]
Proud social democrat.
Go Ravens!

User avatar
Andossa Se Mitrin Vega
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1822
Founded: Aug 20, 2005
Ex-Nation

Postby Andossa Se Mitrin Vega » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:19 am

I now have xscorinate but cant get it to open. :(
Champions: AORBC II (Women's Champs); AOHC IV; Cup of Harmony 44, 49, & 54; Baptism of Iron VBrevity Challenge Cup 3
2nd Place: WC64
3rd Place: WC59; WC61WC65
WC Quarterfinals- 53,58,60
Qualified for WC Proper - 27,28,29,30,53,54,56,58,59,60,61,63,64,65
Host: Draggonnii Inviyatii; BoF 17 ; World Bowl XII; BoF43 (with K&P);World Cup 58 (with QPeMA)World Cup 61 (with Valanora)

AO is, as they say, THE PLACE.
Those of you whom we consider friends and respect here on NS are welcome to join us on FB. Simply TG me and We will set it in motion.

User avatar
The Babbage Islands
Senator
 
Posts: 3767
Founded: Mar 25, 2009
Ex-Nation

Postby The Babbage Islands » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:24 am

The Fanboyists wrote:TBI, I'm not a very technical person with this stuff, and I'm rather poor at operating scorinators (I got somewhat lost when I attempted to use NSFS Gridball Mod) so I have a question/request:

Would it be possible to modify Miscellanator to, say, tourney (otherwise known as jousting), or other obscure sports?


Miscellanator lives for obscure sports. :)

Although fixing the Excel export issue is top of my list right now, in principle Miscellanator should work comfortably with any environment where head-to-head matches between two teams or individuals are the norm. Got a database you want me to look at?
NS World Cup: Runner-up 55/59; Third place 50/52/58/62/63; Host 49/54/60.
Founding member, Global Cricket Federation; 2x Twenty20 world champions.
FactbookRedballer scorinator for test cricket
Community football scorinator and CFC v2.1 (rules)

User avatar
The Babbage Islands
Senator
 
Posts: 3767
Founded: Mar 25, 2009
Ex-Nation

Postby The Babbage Islands » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:26 am

Andossa Se Mitrin Vega wrote:I now have xscorinate but cant get it to open. :(


TG Commerce Heights. He helped me with mine when I had a similar issue. It turned out to be his packaging of that particular build.
NS World Cup: Runner-up 55/59; Third place 50/52/58/62/63; Host 49/54/60.
Founding member, Global Cricket Federation; 2x Twenty20 world champions.
FactbookRedballer scorinator for test cricket
Community football scorinator and CFC v2.1 (rules)

User avatar
The Fanboyists
Senator
 
Posts: 4300
Founded: Sep 21, 2007
Liberal Democratic Socialists

Postby The Fanboyists » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:37 am

The Babbage Islands wrote:
The Fanboyists wrote:TBI, I'm not a very technical person with this stuff, and I'm rather poor at operating scorinators (I got somewhat lost when I attempted to use NSFS Gridball Mod) so I have a question/request:

Would it be possible to modify Miscellanator to, say, tourney (otherwise known as jousting), or other obscure sports?


Miscellanator lives for obscure sports. :)

Although fixing the Excel export issue is top of my list right now, in principle Miscellanator should work comfortably with any environment where head-to-head matches between two teams or individuals are the norm. Got a database you want me to look at?


I'm not quite sure I understand what you mean by database? Could you give me an example, so I can figure out if there is one I can provide?

The best I know of the sport, such as it is, is what I see at the Rennaisance Festival every year. The main reason for interest is that it is, technically, my state's official sport (Maryland FTW!) and I'm sort of interested in the RP possibilities of having a distinctly medieval sport RP'ed in modern times. But so understand that I have only observation-based knowledge, ATM, and so this may or may not be completely accurate. I'll double-check.

Now as for teams...I believe there are two knights or entries per team. There are point values assigned to the manner of the two entries actually jousting at any given time (a match, I'd assume would be the best term for it, or a try) and point values are assigned for the following, I believe in ascending order: a broken lance, a shattered lance, and an unhorsed opponent (which I think is the best possible outcome). I believe each member of each team gets four tries (that is how many lances they have per (round?) in my experience.

I'm not entirely sure about the foot-tourney portion, or the portion where wooden clubs are used on horseback. I'll need to brush up on those.

Hope this helps. Also, I'm not sure if you saw it, but there's another question I put in my older post. I'll restate it here for ease:

"Beyond that, I have a question which has not yet been addressed (to my knowledge) in the Help File provided, in that is there any list on the "Set-Up" spreadsheet that should not, under any circumstances be edited? For instance, the first group on the Setup spreadsheet comes with entries (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie...), that I am unsure as to whether or not they should be edited for testing reasons while I feel this out."

Kudos, btw: at least from my perspective, Miscellenator seems infinitely more user-friendly than NSFS.
Proud member of the Tyrrhenia role-playing community!
The Federal Republic of Allamunnic States
Go Ravens!
WikiStates
Sports Braggery:
World Bowls XVI, XVII, XIX, XXIII, XXV, and XXVII Champions (World Bowl XVIII Runners-Up)
WLC VII & X Champs, WLC VI, XI & XIII Runners-Up]
Proud social democrat.
Go Ravens!

User avatar
Andossa Se Mitrin Vega
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1822
Founded: Aug 20, 2005
Ex-Nation

Postby Andossa Se Mitrin Vega » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:40 am

The Babbage Islands wrote:
Andossa Se Mitrin Vega wrote:I now have xscorinate but cant get it to open. :(


TG Commerce Heights. He helped me with mine when I had a similar issue. It turned out to be his packaging of that particular build.

thanks
Champions: AORBC II (Women's Champs); AOHC IV; Cup of Harmony 44, 49, & 54; Baptism of Iron VBrevity Challenge Cup 3
2nd Place: WC64
3rd Place: WC59; WC61WC65
WC Quarterfinals- 53,58,60
Qualified for WC Proper - 27,28,29,30,53,54,56,58,59,60,61,63,64,65
Host: Draggonnii Inviyatii; BoF 17 ; World Bowl XII; BoF43 (with K&P);World Cup 58 (with QPeMA)World Cup 61 (with Valanora)

AO is, as they say, THE PLACE.
Those of you whom we consider friends and respect here on NS are welcome to join us on FB. Simply TG me and We will set it in motion.

User avatar
The Fanboyists
Senator
 
Posts: 4300
Founded: Sep 21, 2007
Liberal Democratic Socialists

Postby The Fanboyists » Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:41 am

Here is the Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jousting

Oops. I was incorrect. No point value is assigned for unhorsing an opponent in modern jousting. The point system is entirely based on breaking the lance on the opponent's shield.

Although, if this were to be finding a large following in The Fanboyists, the unhorsing portion might well be reincorporated, given general bloodthirstiness. ;)

The following event is the main basis for what I know of this:

In Port Republic, Maryland the annual Calvert County Jousting Tournament is held every August on the grounds of historic Christ Episcopal Church. In 2005, the tournament was featured in an edition of ESPN's SportsCenter.
Last edited by The Fanboyists on Thu Jun 10, 2010 8:44 am, edited 1 time in total.
Proud member of the Tyrrhenia role-playing community!
The Federal Republic of Allamunnic States
Go Ravens!
WikiStates
Sports Braggery:
World Bowls XVI, XVII, XIX, XXIII, XXV, and XXVII Champions (World Bowl XVIII Runners-Up)
WLC VII & X Champs, WLC VI, XI & XIII Runners-Up]
Proud social democrat.
Go Ravens!

User avatar
The Babbage Islands
Senator
 
Posts: 3767
Founded: Mar 25, 2009
Ex-Nation

Postby The Babbage Islands » Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:56 am

The Fanboyists wrote:
The Babbage Islands wrote:Miscellanator should work comfortably with any environment where head-to-head matches between two teams or individuals are the norm. Got a database you want me to look at?


I'm not quite sure I understand what you mean by database? Could you give me an example, so I can figure out if there is one I can provide?


I build my algorithms based on good, available data for recent competitions at the highest level. This is obviously a guess in some instances. For Quidditch I had to reread a bunch of Harry Potter until I found a compilation and analysis on the web. For Babbage rules I had to guess at the probability of scoring events within a structured framework. Jousting will definitely be a guessing game. :)

"Beyond that, I have a question which has not yet been addressed (to my knowledge) in the Help File provided, in that is there any list on the "Set-Up" spreadsheet that should not, under any circumstances be edited? For instance, the first group on the Setup spreadsheet comes with entries (Alpha, Bravo, Charlie...), that I am unsure as to whether or not they should be edited for testing reasons while I feel this out."


You can remove or edit any of the data on the Setup sheet safely. I put in protections on the other sheets so an accidental click or three doesn't destroy things.

Kudos, btw: at least from my perspective, Miscellenator seems infinitely more user-friendly than NSFS.


Thanks. I just wish it also did certain things NSFS does. :)
NS World Cup: Runner-up 55/59; Third place 50/52/58/62/63; Host 49/54/60.
Founding member, Global Cricket Federation; 2x Twenty20 world champions.
FactbookRedballer scorinator for test cricket
Community football scorinator and CFC v2.1 (rules)

User avatar
Tarrentum
Ambassador
 
Posts: 1140
Founded: Apr 13, 2010
Ex-Nation

Postby Tarrentum » Thu Jun 10, 2010 11:59 am

The Babbage Islands wrote:Although fixing the Excel export issue is top of my list right now, in principle Miscellanator should work comfortably with any environment where head-to-head matches between two teams or individuals are the norm. Got a database you want me to look at?



TBI, where are you at on this? I'm not expecting it to be complete right here and now, just an update would be nice, is all.

;)
Atlantian Oceania - Islands for Everyone, even Crazy Carl!

User avatar
Sorthern Northland
Diplomat
 
Posts: 978
Founded: Apr 08, 2007
Ex-Nation

Postby Sorthern Northland » Thu Jun 10, 2010 1:22 pm

The Babbage Islands wrote:I'm also looking for a good data set for the highest levels of Gaelic football.


Results and the like?

GAAInfo would be a decent bet if ye've not already found it I think.
Sorthern Football League, 2058 season MDs 1-9 MDs 10-19 MDs 20-29 MDs 30-38
Sorthern Northland wiki

World Paint Drying Champions!

<Mytannion> CC, I've watched the ESPN college thingy
<Mytannion> can't remember which college they follow but it is still interesting
<CC> what are you babbling about?

User avatar
Vephrall
Chargé d'Affaires
 
Posts: 417
Founded: Dec 10, 2006
Ex-Nation

Postby Vephrall » Thu Jun 10, 2010 3:43 pm

The Fanboyists wrote:Kudos, btw: at least from my perspective, Miscellenator seems infinitely more user-friendly than NSFS.


Yeah, I must be honest, user-friendliness isn't exactly NSFS2's strong suit. ;)

That was, indeed, my primary concern when developing NSFS3, and so far the beta testers have indicated that it's a vast improvement in that regard.

As TBI said in the opening post, the new NSFS will be appearing later this month; as of this writing the release is likely to occur on June 20.
Clenoncyg Vephrall — Current status: ACTIVE
Creator of NSFS (latest v3.0.0)
as Bedistan: Host of World Cups 8/18/27; WC 21/26/27/30 Champions
as Vephrall: Host of World Cups 38 and 43
World Cup Committee President (19?-24, 40-42, 52-54)
* Han gives Krytenia some Bostopian magazines
<Krytenia> I'M FREE TO READ WOMEN'S MAGS ON MY BREAK AGAIN!

User avatar
Undeadzombiee
Chargé d'Affaires
 
Posts: 414
Founded: Mar 12, 2010
Ex-Nation

Postby Undeadzombiee » Fri Jun 11, 2010 3:52 am

Vephrall wrote:
The Fanboyists wrote:Kudos, btw: at least from my perspective, Miscellenator seems infinitely more user-friendly than NSFS.


Yeah, I must be honest, user-friendliness isn't exactly NSFS2's strong suit. ;)

That was, indeed, my primary concern when developing NSFS3, and so far the beta testers have indicated that it's a vast improvement in that regard.

As TBI said in the opening post, the new NSFS will be appearing later this month; as of this writing the release is likely to occur on June 20.


Yay! A birthday present! :p

I am excited for the release, because hopefully I will get a league to work...
Desinger of International Short Track Championships
Huge (100+ people) results: empty
Big (30+ people) results: Winner of the Baptism of Fire 38!!!
Medium (15+ people) results:
Quarterfinals Golfing Championships

Small (14- people) results:
Winner of the First Interational Track Championships (1 gold, 3 silver, 1 bronze)
Winner of Warkus Soccer/Football Profesional
Quarterfinalist in Toiletdonian International
Current Light Heavyweight Champ!
Runner-up in Ender's Game Battleroom

Currently ranked in the World Cup: 179th, 2.20
GENERATION 23: The first time you see this, copy it into your sig on any forum and add 1 to the generation. Social experiment.

Next

Advertisement

Remove ads

Return to NS Sports

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: Astograth, Drawkland, Jebslund

Advertisement

Remove ads