Author Topic: ULibSync: An easy, efficient, and effective addon for syncing ULib data.  (Read 193 times)

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Offline Chills

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ULibSync is a Garry's Mod addon that automatically syncs bans, users, and groups.
All changes made to ULib data are automatically synced. Data associated to a player, a ban for example, is automatically synced locally on join. You can simply configure and forget.
Designed with simplicity in mind so you can focus on what matters most, providing the best experience for your community.
Workshop: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2511974758
Github: https://github.com/sunset-developer/ulibsync



Offline JamminR

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Thanks for your contribution to the Ulysses and Gmod community, and we hope many find and like your release. From the description, it seems to be one of the more robust data sync releases made in some time (although, I don't watch workshop often enough).
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Previous post: https://forums.ulyssesmod.net/index.php/topic,11144.0.html

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Offline MrPresident

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Please don't make a new post every time you update. Just bump your original post.

Offline JamminR

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Posts merged into one topic. Yes, please only update first post - then if you feel it needs bumped (you were already at top of index - this is a slow forum), them bump.
"Though a program be but three lines long, someday it will have to be maintained." -- The Tao of Programming