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Originally Posted by Jihadodge View Post
if u can how do u change ur country code?


I don't think this particular question really belongs here, but you want to go to your User Control Panel > Account Details > Country Code


Follow this link and use the Alpha 2 code for your desired country: https://www.nationsonline.org/onewor..._code_list.htm
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Sorry for asking here instead of wading through tons of documentation for stuff which I know I'm not interested in doing....
I'd like to make a minor modification of (e.g.) the existing aikido.tbm - specifically for training with friends who are new to the game - I'd like to increase the reaction time for each turn to make it really long. I've identified the parameter in the Mod Maker which I need to use ("Reaction Time") but I can't readily find anything telling me how to fire up aikido.tbm in the Mod Maker for simple tweaking along the lines of what I want to do.

Sorry if this is clearly posted somewhere and I'm just being dense. If not, can anyone give me the lowdown?
Originally Posted by Kyriel66 View Post
Sorry for asking here instead of wading through tons of documentation for stuff which I know I'm not interested in doing....
I'd like to make a minor modification of (e.g.) the existing aikido.tbm - specifically for training with friends who are new to the game - I'd like to increase the reaction time for each turn to make it really long. I've identified the parameter in the Mod Maker which I need to use ("Reaction Time") but I can't readily find anything telling me how to fire up aikido.tbm in the Mod Maker for simple tweaking along the lines of what I want to do.

Sorry if this is clearly posted somewhere and I'm just being dense. If not, can anyone give me the lowdown?


If the only change you're trying to make is increasing reaction time, you can do so directly in multiplayer, after loading the mod in the lobby you press Ctrl + G and change the reaction time in the Game Rules menu that pops up.


If you're trying to make a copy of the mod with the reaction time already tweaked, your best (and fastest option) is to simply open the .tbm file in a text editor (I personally use Notepad++), find the "reactiontime" line and tweak the value to your liking. If there isn't a line that defies what the reaction time should be, simply define it yourself (for example: reactiontime 30). Then you should save the file as a copy. I don't advise overwriting an already existing mod.


The code for your mod shall look like this:


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