Moofie wrote:About Cody's user level; his map does that. "It's the price for using my map" I believe he told me once
That is one cruel thing to do..
Especially for Nooby hoster's like me who have no idea what they are doing.
When you create a map file you are creating an XML file. In that XML file are points/lines/zones/heights and many other components that make up a map. Additionally, there is a <settings></settings> command that allows you to store settings inside of a map file.
In the event you wanted to change game modes by simply including a map rather than changing all of the settings individually, you could store every setting for your game modes inside a map. (This isn't very efficient, though, for the sake of changeability). In this case, Cody hard-coded himself as admin on his own map. There is a way to fix it.
1) Get the XML file the map uses.
2) Open it in a text editor and delete the setting (very easy to find):
3) Upload it to any website and include it by include map/directory/here(http://whatever.com
(This is the method that Light used to fix the problem - he reuploaded the map without the setting here