Tired of python scripts? [x]
.. Maybe this is for you
ANY USE OF THE SOFTWARE IS ENTIRELY AT YOUR OWN RISK!
NOTE: Yes, I do know it's an .EXE. What did you expect, a JPG? Haha.
If you are too afraid to open it, then DO NOT.
So I made this simple app to control my server "remotely*" without launching the actual game.
I bet many of you will find good use for it, so I decided to share it with you.
*It will only work when running on the same PC with the server client. (= 127.0.0.1:19800)
Every function is pretty self-explanatory, but instructions will follow;
How to & DIY
Chapter 1: Installation
1. Add a new line containing " --xcmd-password 123" to your server args file.
PotatoeTip1: Default location of server args file is your MXS server root folder.*
PotatoeTip2: ONLY password 123 will work with this application. Don't worry, your server client will ignore commands from remote addresses.*
1.1 Set your port to 19800. If you are unable to use this port, your bad, haha. I was too lazy to place extra text boxes.
2. Save changes your server args file.
3. Launch your server client.
**If you get any errors:
**Please make sure you have the latest version of MXS Server.
**Check if you accidently left your server running. Two instances can't run at the same time.
**If none of these work, use the .... google.
4. Open up XCMDRC.exe
5. And you're ready!
Chapter 2: Functions
[Broadcast presence] = Just sends a few broadcast messages to let everyone on the server know you are in control. (remotely, like a )
[Set next track] = Same as "Server,Nexttrack". After this command you have to restart the server client inorder to actually play the track.
[Restart server client] = Same as "Server,Restart". This button will restart your server.
[Broadcast!] = Same as "Server,broadcast". This button will broadcast the text written in the box on your server.
Example: Happy Halloween! [Broadcast!]
[Command!] = Same as "Server,"your_command"". Let's you type your own commands. Useful for executing scripts etc.
Example for potatoes: kick <slot number> [Command!]
Mobile version that'll work from remote IP's will be released when I am bored and out of money next time.
And yes, IP, port and stuff will be configurable to suit every user.
Meanwhile, enjoy this one!