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  • ...all, I suggest to re-structure the Challenges category. Base on {{OldWiki|Challenges}} at the old wiki, I have this categories structure * Category: Challenges
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  • ...don't want to move, I'll change the {{[[Template:Navbox challenges|Navbox challenges]]}} then. &raquo; <span style="font-size:0.9em;color:darkgreen;">[[User:Nat
    439 bytes (68 words) - 12:10, 20 July 2011
  • ...and vice versa. My main issue with DR and similar CPU pooling (besides for RoboRumble) has been that I never thought it would reach a happy medium - I thought yo
    830 bytes (147 words) - 20:27, 3 February 2013
  • Ah, I was thinking you meant "uncontrolled" like "in the RoboRumble", where you don't know what bots you'd face, and "controlled" just meant th ...the thing you are challenged. This part was actually taken from {{OldWiki|Challenges}} page. &raquo; <span style="font-size:0.9em;color:darkgreen;">[[User:Nat|N
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  • # There needs to be an obvious way to reset challenges. For example, when I was having trouble with some robots throwing exceptio ...: I discovered that you can update the groups in the rrc file, remove the challenges from the GUI, then readd them. When you do this, it picks up the old battl
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  • ...of error. Can we have a consensus that 1.7.1.2 is safe for the rumble and challenges? --[[User:Skilgannon|Skilgannon]] 19:15, 14 May 2009 (UTC) I bet even 1.7.1.1 are ready for RoboRumble. I've been asked Darkcanuck about newer version and he said we should wait.
    16 KB (2,622 words) - 07:59, 8 January 2011
  • I think RoboRumble section should go above Challenges. And maybe the What is Robocode and Getting Started section should be combi
    6 KB (1,011 words) - 17:13, 14 February 2011
  • I just realized something about WeeksOnEnd in the RoboRumble, though I'm not sure of any reasonable "solution" to it. By running all you ...t over = round. A normal RR@Home battle consists of 35 rounds. For several challenges a battle consists of 500 rounds. The static member fields [[Fnl]] is mentio
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  • ...the bots in the above results table reflects the order of the bots in the RoboRumble Rankings? -- [[PEZ]] ...was allways one of my favorits testing bots). For now, i´ll run SS in both challenges and post the results. I´m planning an entirely new WS bot, where i´ll re-
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  • * Feel free to post that combo as a temp RoboRumble entrant - such tests can give you a lot of info! [[Dookious]] is pretty wel ...the rumble is because you're all about the top of the rumble. I love the challenges. I love trying to be the best in the TC's. I, though, will soon focus on
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  • ...fairly confident [[DrussGT]] has the strongest APS in every demographic of RoboRumble participants - low, mid, high-end bots, surfers, Pattern matchers, etc - so ...win is a win" - I personally quite like that view, and agree that the APS RoboRumble is more of a shared "challenge" than a direct competition. Though I do cons
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  • OK, 1000 battles are OK! Is ther a possibility to setup the roborumble client to fight only Krabby´s Battles? :D --[[User:Krabb|Krabb]] ...s than 999 battles. How to do that is to put the lines below at the end of roborumble.txt.
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  • ...[[Puzzle]]? [http://rumble.fervir.com/rumble/RatingDetailsComparison?game=roborumble&name1=kc.WaveSerpent%200.1&name2=kc.Puzzle%202.23 Comparison sheet] =) Also ...nce you can probably count on your gun being stronger than the majority of RoboRumble opponents, you will likely benefit from staying a bit on the "far away" sid
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  • :: From my investigations, using precise MEA helped a lot in the targeting challenges but not much in the rumble - no idea why =) FWIW the DrussGT in the TCRM is ...ance enhancing bug in that same version, so I can't say for sure. In the [[RoboRumble Gun Challenge]], precise MEA gained ~6 points (legitimately). It makes sens
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  • # Competition (Roborumble) and testing (general testing advice) * It might be neat to have a few challenges sprinkled in, maybe to end chapters or sections. For instance, "beat this R
    15 KB (2,446 words) - 22:16, 1 August 2011
  • ...s in page names, should we put this page at [[RoboRumble@Home]] instead of RoboRumble? We already have a redirect from that page to this one... --[[User:AaronR|A Roborumble is returning 503 Unavailable for all pages today. Not sure why. -- [[User:S
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  • ...gun at all? You might try some [[:Category:Targeting Challenges|Targeting Challenges]] if you really think there are lots of points there. I agree you don't nee I saw it a few times each battle on my Linux RoboRumble client, so I ran one battle on my Mac and saw it a couple of times there to
    38 KB (6,104 words) - 18:22, 3 October 2009
  • I guess the Roborumble isn't everything though. I should be flattered that you want to secure dom ...hanges. Click http://rumble.fervir.com/rumble/RatingDetailsComparison?game=roborumble&name1=pedersen.Ugluk%200.7.5&name2=pedersen.Ugluk%200.7.4 to see the differ
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  • From the RoboRumble/RankingChat discussion: ...ong distances I used fast bullets or no bullets at all. Then the movement challenges came requiring DT to fire 3.0 bullets, and the bug was discovered. -- [[Pa
    27 KB (4,603 words) - 04:50, 8 October 2009
  • ...ubchallenge of another challenge, since most of our movement and targeting challenges aim to gauge rumble performance, while this one clearly would not. --[[User It may be just me, but I really think that optimize for vast majority of the RoboRumble doesn't seems right. I mean, yes it will boost your score, but, well, you s
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