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    Default Simracing League System Guide

    Here is a quick guide to some common tasks for our standings system, the "Simracing League System"




    Driver Registration

    1. Go to the standings page by following the link on the header of the forums, or by going to http://cmsracing.com/sls/php/index.php



    2. Select the correct sim and season you wish to drive in from the dropdowns
    3. Select "Register new driver"
    4. If you agree to the Registration Conditions and the rules of the league click "Yes" (if not, you are done!)



    3. Fill out all information with astricks, and any optional information you wish to include




    Editing your car and nickname data

    1. Login to the stats system
    2. Select the correct Sim/Season from the dropdowns
    3. Bring up the driver data page for the season by clicking Drivers -> Edit Data to bring up your driver configuration
    4. Click the "Seasons" tab to go to the data for the seasons available
    5. Click the "Edit" button for the season you wish to edit



    6. For both "car" and "class" fields please select "any allowed". For the "Nickname in sim" please use your full real name as this is how the stats system links your results with your driver account.
    7. Hit save and repeat for all seasons you wish to participate in






    Adding a team

    1. Login to the stats system
    2. Select the correct Sim/Season from the dropdowns
    3. Click Teams -> Manage
    4. In the "Your Teams" screen click the "Add" button



    5. At the minimum fill out the team name and the season you wish to participate in. If you wish to add a logo, note that it has to be the exact dimensions listed.
    6. To invite members to your team, go down to the "Team Invitations" screen, select the team name and season you wish to invite people into, and click the "Send" button for the players you wish to invite
    7. To apply to join a team go to Teams -> Invitations in the header at the top and click the "Ask" button on the team you wish to join
    Last edited by baristabrian; 12-30-2013 at 03:55 AM.

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    Made Sticky - David
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    Aaron,

    Thanks a bunch for putting together this guide!
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    No problem, glad to help. Let me know if anyone has any corrections, comments or questions!

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    Is it possible, that all drivers register for their respective team in the SLS? The way it is now, its full potential isn't used,
    especially as a team-ranking can be quite interesting.
    Some already did so, but it would be great if the rest could join in. It should be cool for all competing drivers .

    Thanks Gentlemans

    ps: this is not a criticism

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    Agreed Andre, I dont know if there is an easy way for me to globally assign everyone to Team's. I think that team managers need to establish the teams and invite drivers, and then when everyone signs up and accepts the invitation it is presented in the rankings -- does that make sense?
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    I personally think that there should be standards and good form to signIn in the SLS.
    Itz cool to signUp as a driver and team.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Andre Kroenert View Post
    I personally think that there should be standards and good form to signIn in the SLS.
    Itz cool to signUp as a driver and team.

    It is required for everyone to have an acount in SLS, but we aren't using it for an official team or constructors championship. Just a general overall drivers championship. Make sense?
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    Ok, Sorry for the questions.

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    Just thought of one other thing that might make a Team championship a bit of a lop sided affair. We have some teams with as many as 4 drivers, but the majority are single driver teams. This would not be a very good measuring stick of performance I wouldnt think?
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