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Solved Gameplay Time Tracker

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  1. Fear0fTheDark

    Fear0fTheDark Active Member

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    Happy New Year..in HELL! ;)
    I'm using "Gameplay Time Tracker" program to count my game time but now it can't count it when I play D2.
    I'm trying to load the game through every .exe but still nothing. On "Last played game" it's shows me that I played D2 for 0-1 seconds and it's nothing count.
    I used Win 7 before and I had no problems but now I'm on Win 10.
    Actually the program counts every other games I played but not D2 now..
    Any idea how can I fix that? :unsure:
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    Oh, I think it's worked somehow but it not show counted time of Diablo 2 before I restart/log off my PC.
    Weird! I'll mark the Thread as solved but it's annoying anyways.
     
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    Good luck, dude! Remember to play as much as you are comfortable and you enjoy it! In other words - play responsibly and remember thah real life has priority! :)
     
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  3. Fear0fTheDark

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    Ohh the problem still exist and it's more deep now, the tracker doesn't count even that I start the game (like before for 0-1 second) :cautious:
    I tried everything, adding game.exe, remove it, restart the PC, window mode, run as admin, compatibility things, etc. - still nothing.
     
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    You should contact their support instead. I personally never used that software.
     
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  5. Fear0fTheDark

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    --- Double Post Merged, Jan 19, 2020, Original Post Date: Jan 19, 2020 ---
    Hey Gix, Happy New Year!
    That's exactly what I did, actually it's just one dev of this software I think because it's on his website and the mail is nothing special gmail one.
    Let's hope he can fix it to start playing D2 again after 8-9 months away from the game :)
     
  6. sphinx25

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    Personal opinion - you should drop that piece of software altogether and just play the game as long as you enjoy it. There's a built-in time tracker from Sting Maphack, think it can track total time spent in-game in one day, if you need that feature so badly. But "as long as you enjoy it" is more important, imo.
     
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