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- Mar 8 2013, 9:57 PM (423 w, 3 d)
Wed, Mar 31
I'm in the middle of setting up a server of my own and was thinking of granting players access to the server via whitelisting. I guess there are a couple of ways (Battleye whitelisting being one) but I happened to notice that DayZ also has a built-in whitelisting functionality. With that all you would really need to do is to add player-specific dayzguid into the whitelist-file and you are good to go. As it is advertised you can edit the whitelist.txt while the server is running and just like that you should be able to grant or deny access to the server without having to restart the server for the changes to take effect. Sounds pretty good for sure.
May 28 2019
May 27 2019
Feb 4 2018
Dec 1 2017
Greetings from ar*e.
Oct 4 2017
After a lengthy discussion (see: https://forums.bistudio.com/forums/topic/203587-solved-bleed-tickets-module-bugged-what-to-use-instead/) with a fellow BIS forums user it was apparent that I at least was using these modules provided by BIS in a somewhat wrong manner.
Jul 3 2017
Confirming the findings of @strider for Arma 3 version 1.72.142223
May 13 2017
Apr 10 2017
Jan 12 2017
@Alwin Here you are. Do note that this core dump doesn't belong to the gdb trace I provided with the initial report so I will upload one that does belongs as a .txt-file.
Jan 10 2017
May 10 2016
Same issue is reported earlier in #0013339
Same issue is reported in #0013351
Reproducibility is always.
May 9 2016
It is possible to do this already now. Remove the keybinds for "Previous" & "Next" under Controls/Common/ which in default are bound to 'Mousewheel up' and 'Mousewheel down'. Then bind 'Mousewheel up' and 'Mousewheel down' (you need to DRAG and DROP those two options, clicking doesn't place them) with W and S.
BUT doing this causes minor movements in-game eg. when you're scrolling through inventory and such. SO dedicated buttons OR an option in the Control settings to have Mousewheel dedicated for purpose of changing the Pose with Left CTRL.