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  • Added on: Nov 06 2011 08:50 AM
  • Date Updated: Jul 01 2012 05:07 AM
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How to use Levelizer

Levelizer is a platform independent tool which provides the ability to prune Jaymod user.db files in order to avoid the famous bug of people losing their admin levels.

Posted by Krauersaut on Nov 06 2011 08:50 AM
Levelizer is a platform independent tool which provides the ability to prune Jaymod user.db files in order to avoid the famous bug of people losing their admin levels. It allows you to specify a date and deletes all entries, which are older than this date. Levelizer features both a GUI and a CLI and is thus optimized for servers and automated cleanup routines. Apart from simply removing entires, Levelizer also updates the header information to reflect the changes.


Workflow
 
CLI
  • Levelizer requires you to specify three parameters: an input file (-i|--input), an output file (-o|--output and a date (-d|--date). The date parameter follows the american standard date format mm/dd/yy.
  • Sample call (short): java -jar Levelizer.jar -i /path/to/the/input/user.db -o /path/to/the/output/user.db -d 07/17/11
  • Sample call (long): java -jar Levelizer.jar --input /path/to/the/input/user.db --output /path/to/the/output/user.db --date 07/17/11
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GUI
  • To load up the GUI, start Levelizer with the parameter --gui.
  • Sample call: java -jar Levelizer.jar --gui
  • Load a user.db file by hitting Ctrl+O and selecting the respective file. It will now display the amount of read entries.
  • Enter a date and hit the Delete button on the left side of the GUI. A pop-up window will tell you the amount of deleted entries.
  • Save the new user.db file by hitting Ctrl+S. To make sure everything went fine, it will display the amount of saved entries.
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Download
 
You could download Levelizer in our Downloads section or receive the latest version directly from the developer. To find out about recent changes, check out the Changelog.