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Resest specific stats?

Discussion in 'Team Fortress 2 Talk' started by Foreverkul, Apr 30, 2008.

  1. Foreverkul

    Foreverkul L4: Comfortable Member

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    Custom maps can really mess with some of your stats and I'd like to have accurate stats. Is there any commands that you can use like <statreset "class" "stat_name">?
     
  2. ChickenHunter

    ChickenHunter L4: Comfortable Member

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    not that i know of.
    let me guess, achievmentbox_b3
     
  3. Foreverkul

    Foreverkul L4: Comfortable Member

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    mario kart
     
  4. Jeebies

    Jeebies L2: Junior Member

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    When I first starting mapping I made a map, loaded it up and happen to have to go do something else, got distracted and never made it back to my machine that night. So my longest life is 16 hours. I do wish I could remove that entry.
     
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    tedrock L2: Junior Member

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  6. Foreverkul

    Foreverkul L4: Comfortable Member

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    Not achievements
    STATS
    Like all those little personal records like most kills in one life or most caps or most back stabs etc.
     
  7. trainRiderJ

    trainRiderJ L5: Dapper Member

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    You can't reset your stats at the moment. There is actually a console command to do it, but it doesn't actually do anything.
     
  8. Foreverkul

    Foreverkul L4: Comfortable Member

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    You know since they are personal stats, you should be able to edit them however you want, they have no effect on anything. (Except certain achievements, but the achievement could record it separately from the stats)