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Elite Force Pk3 Manager For Windows

This nifty little program lets you search the 1100+ Pk3 files out there so that you can quickly and easily download the map your looking for without a tedious web search. Downloads are sent directly to your baseEF so it's just a matter of a few clicks.

There is also an option to get a list of maps you dont have.

The software is considered beta, there is no support but people have found it handy.

What's New in 1.7 :
- Lots of bug fixes

- Get a list of the newest additions to the repository

- Open a map rotation file from the web.

- Option to INCLUDE/EXCLUDE maps you already have in the search results..

-Checks to see if you already have the map so you dont have to re-download it.

-MAP ROTATION FILES! Server admins can create normal text files with a list of PK3's in their map rotation (this list is one pk3 file per line and case sensitive). Open the rotation file with the PK3 Manager and it will determine which ones you need and place them in the download queue (on the right) and put all the rest in the rotation file on the left pane.



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Downloads: 610
Version: 1.8.28
File Size: 4094.49 MB
Platform: Windows

Publisher: Shafe
Author Homepage: Beer Garden
Uploaded On: 0000-00-00

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About the Author

Brian Shaffer is a veteran programmer, programming professionally since 1991. His first gaming computer was a Commodore Vic-20 in the 80s. Shafe founded The Beer Garden on October 23, 2004 and continues to run and maintain it along with several members of the gaming community.