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  1. OK I can accept that it's beta. I'd just point out that when I raised concerns in another thread I was told: and: so maybe I can be forgiven for expecting too much from it. What is worth pointing out is that the screen shot I took was NOT selected as a one-off. I think you will find that the internal logic of the KOS Checker is Alliance > Corp > Pilot, and that it will give a NOT KOS result in every case where the pilot is KOS but the corp and alliance are NOT KOS. This is a difference at a very fundamental level, and if I have done nothing more than draw attention to it, that in itself I hope is valuable. I am actually glad to hear that. One of the biggest complaints brought to me is that Personal KOS pilots can clean their status by creating a one man player corp. I don't think that what you describe is totally clear from The Citadel MOTD which might be better worded "Previously KOS pilots in new 1 man corps are NOT KOS unless they continue to act aggressively, or they are the subject of a Personal KOS". That deals with some of the cases encountered, but you specifically talk about players who create their own one man corp. What about the cases where a pilot listed Personal KOS joins a NOT KOS corp which is part of a NOT KOS alliance? They are not "creating their own corp to abuse the system" ... they are joining an entity that is already established and is NOT KOS. So would they be KOS or NOT KOS? If you prefer a specific example, would you regard Stellio Cantos in the images above as KOS or NOT KOS? I appreciate your time looking at these questions - they are the ones I am asked repeatedly and which I am eager to answer correctly. I can't speak for awg1 unfortunately. Anyhow, it does appear the logic isn't implemented in the correct order which will be on the list of things to address, rewriting the codebase of the tool is actually on the cards at some point which may come sooner than later due to the pointed out issue in this thread. A red pilot listed as personal KOS joining a non-KOS entity still remains KOS - there maybe special considerations or reimbursement requested from that pilot depending on the severity of their crimes that need to be addressed before they are off the list or it maybe a simple reset.
  2. kos.cva-eve.org is authoritative... as has been stated. I've told no one it's fully reliable hence the huge beta tag, if people choose to start chinese whispers.... I don't know until I hear about them. Anyway it's on the list however as stated: Pilot -> Alliance -> Corporation Obviously this applies in cases of "KOS by last", not if the pilot is individually set as KOS. Otherwise a KOS pilot could create his own 1 man corp, kill miners, get set as KOS, switch to a new 1 man corp, kill miners, get set as KOS, switch ... which would be retarded. This is correct... Pilot level KOS are issued to those who abuse the system and create corps to try and evade KOS If the guy is pilot level KOS and continues to make corporations to try and evade, he is still KOS...
  3. This is incorrect and causes massive confusion. Could it be amended please. Err I hate to burst your bubble but it is correct, vetted by a KOS admin and now confirmed by the dude managing the KOS team. Also as per the CVA FAQ: Questions?
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    Account Activation!

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  5. I'm going to update this with newer screenshots, so I can just send people directly here when they need help. 1. Click the Register link on the menubar of these forums (right above where you're reading this) 2. Enter a username and a valid email (will need to confirm this, so this has to be a real address) 3. Click the "Click here to create your key if required" link, and log into the eve account with the character you're using. This will take you to the API Key Management page. - Enter a name for this API Key (I used "CVA Forums") - Make sure to click the "No Expiry" box, or it will expire and no longer work, keeping you from accessing the forums. 4. Verify that the 4 items are selected as shown in this image, and click submit. 5. This will take you back to your API Key Management page. 6. Go back to the CVA Forum registration page, and copy and paste the Key ID: and Verification Code: fields. Sometimes, browsers make this a pain in the ass, so after you've pasted, double check that they pasted correctly. - Then click the Get Characters button. This should populate the dropdown with all characters on your account. - Select the character you want to use. (This will be how people see you posting on the forums, and what your name will be on Mumble) - If you can't read the verification text, click the "Listen to the Letters" link for audio. - Click Register, and wait for the email to be sent and click the link in the email to confirm your account. - Login to the forums. That should be it!
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    Creating an API Key for the forums/API Problems

    Incorrect name displayed? Follow these steps: Step 1: Goto Profile -> Temars Eve API Step 2: Check that your character is showing the correct name/corp/alliance (As shown in the red box) If it is not then click the "Change Profile" button as shown by the red arrow Step 3: Goto Profile -> Account Settings Step 4: Select your character name from the list, Enter your password under the current password box at the bottom of the page and then click "Change profile" Your forum name will now be displayed correctly, if you are logged into Mumble - you need to reconnect before it will take effect.
  7. I'm going to update this with newer screenshots, so I can just send people directly here when they need help. 1. Click the Register link on the menubar of these forums (right above where you're reading this) 2. Enter a username and a valid email (will need to confirm this, so this has to be a real address) 3. Click the "Click here to create your key if required" link, and log into the eve account with the character you're using. This will take you to the API Key Management page. - Enter a name for this API Key (I used "CVA Forums") - Make sure to click the "No Expiry" box, or it will expire and no longer work, keeping you from accessing the forums. 4. Verify that the 4 items are selected as shown in this image, and click submit. 5. This will take you back to your API Key Management page. 6. Go back to the CVA Forum registration page, and copy and paste the Key ID: and Verification Code: fields. Sometimes, browsers make this a pain in the ass, so after you've pasted, double check that they pasted correctly. - Then click the Get Characters button. This should populate the dropdown with all characters on your account. - Select the character you want to use. (This will be how people see you posting on the forums, and what your name will be on Mumble) - If you can't read the verification text, click the "Listen to the Letters" link for audio. - Click Register, and wait for the email to be sent and click the link in the email to confirm your account. - Login to the forums. That should be it!
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    Welcome! Please Read :)

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