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  • #16
    GetMatchDetails no longer gives you the replay_salt.
    You should probably note this at least until it is fixed.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by jeppew View Post
      GetMatchDetails no longer gives you the replay_salt.
      You should probably note this at least until it is fixed.
      It won't be fixed, replay salt will no longer appear if someone has privacy on in the game.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by papa_pointnet View Post
        It won't be fixed, replay salt will no longer appear if someone has privacy on in the game.
        Has there been a statement from Valve about this?
        I assumed that they temporarily disabled it because they haven't fixed the account ID's in the replays themselves, and that they would put the replay_salt back when that's done.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by jeppew View Post
          Has there been a statement from Valve about this?
          I assumed that they temporarily disabled it because they haven't fixed the account ID's in the replays themselves, and that they would put the replay_salt back when that's done.
          Why not, but they'll need to rewrite their HLTV server so he won't wrote steamid's in the replay and then change the replay client to not rely anymore on steamid's. Lots of work, Valve time ...

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          • #20
            Originally posted by jeppew View Post
            GetMatchDetails no longer gives you the replay_salt.
            You should probably note this at least until it is fixed.
            as noted in my previous post, I'll update the main post when I get back from my holidays.
            i get back on the 2nd of feb australian time, so give it about 8-10 days total for me to arrive home and get over the 20hr plane flight/jetlag.
            The API Bible: Things You Should Know Before Starting API Development

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            • #21
              An example of converting 64-bit ID to 32-bit one doesn't seem to be correct.

              STEAMID64 - 299067162755072 = STEAMID32
              76561197992765754 - 299067162755072 = 76262130830010682. This is not a 32-bit number.
              76561197992765754 - 76561197960265728 = 32500026. This is.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by sema View Post
                An example of converting 64-bit ID to 32-bit one doesn't seem to be correct.



                76561197992765754 - 299067162755072 = 76262130830010682. This is not a 32-bit number.
                76561197992765754 - 76561197960265728 = 32500026. This is.
                You are right.
                I don't know where I pulled that number from. I know it made sense at the time of writing.. lol
                The API Bible: Things You Should Know Before Starting API Development

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                • #23
                  Hey mate, great work! You are a charm!

                  Do we, by any chance, have a way to get the Teams' names, if they exist?

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                  • #24
                    How can I know if a match is from Normal, High or Very High Bracket?

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Two View Post
                      Hey mate, great work! You are a charm!

                      Do we, by any chance, have a way to get the Teams' names, if they exist?
                      radiant_name and dire_name fields.

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                      • #26
                        Brilliant, thank you!

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                        • #27
                          Is there any way to call the API from localhost? I'd like to make some tests on my computer but I don't think that it is possible to register a dummy key isn't it?
                          Add triguz on Steam for free items.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by raz3r View Post
                            Is there any way to call the API from localhost? I'd like to make some tests on my computer but I don't think that it is possible to register a dummy key isn't it?
                            What's wrong with using your normal key?

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                            • #29
                              Read the first pots of this thread .. almost first thing it says you don't need to enter a working domain.

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                              • #30
                                I've created this simple PHP function for converting 64-bit Steam ID to 32-bit and vice versa.
                                It's been tested on two pairs of IDs, didn't have large base of IDs, so please test it (and post results if there was some problem).
                                https://gist.github.com/4664387
                                Last edited by GriFoN92; 01-30-2013, 02:02 AM.

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