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the title says it all, a command like /c times personal or something like that would be fairly useful, idk really, what do you think? It would show all the times you've ever finished a map with
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/c completed will show your completions and times.the title says it all, a command like /c times personal or something like that would be fairly useful, idk really, what do you think? It would show all the times you've ever finished a map with
That seems like a lot of unnecessary data that needs to be stored.This will, however only show the top time that you've had on a map. If I understand right, Kasebett is asking for a way to see the times of all of your completions, not just the fastest one.