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OVERVIEW

Upload Manager is a tool we've created that acts as a gateway between our map and your H1Z1 game experience, our solution allows players to remain within the game and still be able to interact with our service, no longer is it required to tab out of game to paste your location into a website to find where you are or search google for details on how to craft a Furnace. We've got you covered.

Whether you play H1Z1 on your own or in a squad and have our map open on a second screen, be it on the same computer, another computer, mobile, tablet or even within the Steam Browser this tool is a perfect addition.

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We take rule breaking seriously and our application does nothing illegal, it does not interfere with any of your game files, it doesnt read your games memory, it does nothing to inspect network traffic, it does nothing with your game at all and sits totally seperate.

HOW IT WORKS

The concept behind Upload Manager is very simple, once started and logged into your H1Z1DB.net account it sits in your taskbar, every few seconds it reads the contents of your computers clipboard. If it finds something it recognises, like an output from the /loc command or one of our keywords then it springs to life. It automatically submits the activity to our website and your map is updated to reflect your new request.

Depending on the command issued, the map will react in different ways. The available commands are explained in more detail below.

SUPPORTED COMMANDS

Our list of supported commands is growing all the time, here is a list of what we currently offer. All of these commands operate from within game, no tabbing required.

Click the commands for more details or scroll to the bottom of the page.

INSTALLATION

Installation is a simple process and invovles downloading our program to a folder, no pre configuration is required.

  1. Create a folder on your computer to save our files in.
    upload manager install
  2. Download the H1Z1 Upload Manager from this link or use the button at the top of the page.
  3. Open the archive that you just downloaded (screenshot shows v0.5 but is applicable to all versions)
    upload manager install
    upload manager install
  4. Drag the single exe file from the archive into the folder you created and create a shortcut to it for ease of use.
    upload manager install

Please note, our application requires Microsoft's .NET Framework v4.5.1 (available here), you might already have it installed.

SETUP

Once installed, getting the application setup and ready to use is easy.

  1. Before loading H1Z1 (or prior to needing automation) launch our application.
    upload manager setup
  2. The H1Z1 Upload manager main interface is displayed.
    upload manager setup
  3. Login to your H1Z1DB.net account (not your game account), enter your details and click login.
    upload manager setup
  4. Once logged in you need to decide where your squad and location based commands are posted, the options available are:
    • Public - Item locations saved to our community database
    • Private - Locations & Items saved to your private overlay
    • All Squads - Posts your location to all squads your a member of
    • Selected Squad - Choose a specific squad to update.
    upload manager setup
  5. Squad has been selected.
    upload manager setup
  6. Your Upload Manager is now ready for use and you can close it with the X. This doesnt end the program but minimises down to your system tray (next to your clock). Right click the icon to change squad or exit, or double click it to restore the gui.

COMMAND USAGE

REAL TIME PLAYER POSITIONING USING /LOC

This command will automatically post your current location to your choosen squad in real time and update your map.

  1. Type /loc and press ENTER as you normally would
  2. Press the TAB key to enable your mouse.
  3. Highlight all the text you just typed, use the mouse or if you prefer SHIFT + HOME
    command 1 loc
  4. Press CTRL and C together to copy the text to your clipboard.
  5. If succesful, you will hear an audiable beep advising the location was captured.
  6. At this point you would continue playing and your map would reflect the change, if you wish tab out and confirm that Upload Manager has processed your location.
    command 1 loc
PLACING A MAP MARKER

This command will create a marker on your map for all squad members to see.

  1. Before performing this command, ensure you perform and copy a /loc (as described above), this will be the location at which you place your marker.
  2. Press ENTER to bring up the H1Z1 command line
  3. Type item=marker but dont press ENTER
  4. Press the TAB key to enable your mouse.
  5. Highlight all the text you just typed, use the mouse or if you prefer SHIFT + HOME
    Item command
  6. Press CTRL and C together to copy the text to your clipboard.
  7. If succesful, you will hear an audiable beep advising the marker has been placed.
  8. Glance at your map, a marker will appear at your location.
TAGGING AN ITEM LOCATION

This command will update your map with the lcoation of a specific item, this location will be visible to all squad members.

  1. Before performing this command, ensure you perform and copy a /loc (as described above), this will be the location at which you tag an item.
  2. Press ENTER to bring up the H1Z1 command line
  3. Type item=<item name>, replace <item name> with the name of the item you've found. Dont press ENTER
  4. Press the TAB key to enable your mouse.
  5. Highlight all the text you just typed, use the mouse or if you prefer SHIFT + HOME
    Item Markercommand
  6. Press CTRL and C together to copy the text to your clipboard.
  7. If succesful, you will hear an audiable beep advising the item location was succesful.
  8. A marker will now be visible at your location.
DISPLAY CRAFTING DETAILS POPUP

This command is used to display details of a crafting recipe, the recipe will popup on top of your map and will contain the latest information from our database.

  1. Press ENTER to bring up the H1Z1 command line
  2. Type craft=<recipe name>, replace <recipe name> with recipe you wish to display, dont press ENTER
  3. Press the TAB key to enable your mouse.
  4. Highlight all the text you just typed, use the mouse or if you prefer SHIFT + HOME
    command 2 loc
  5. Press CTRL and C together to copy the text to your clipboard.
  6. If succesful, you will hear an audiable beep advising the action was captured.
  7. Look over at your map screen and notice the Crafting Popup has now appeared showing details of your recipe.
    command 1 loc
CLOSE POPUP WINDOWS

Various commands open a popup window over the top of your map, use this command to close them.

  1. Press ENTER to bring up the H1Z1 command line
  2. Type close dont press ENTER
  3. Press the TAB key to enable your mouse.
  4. Highlight all the text you just typed, use the mouse or if you prefer SHIFT + HOME
    command 2 loc
  5. Press CTRL and C together to copy the text to your clipboard.
  6. If succesful, you will hear an audiable beep advising the action was captured.
  7. Your popup windows will now have closed.
CLEARALL POINTS OF INTEREST (POI)

If all the POI markers on the map are proving annoying, remove them!

  1. Press ENTER to bring up the H1Z1 command line
  2. Type clearall but dont press ENTER
  3. Press the TAB key to enable your mouse.
  4. Highlight all the text you just typed, use the mouse or if you prefer SHIFT + HOME
    command 2 loc
  5. Press CTRL and C together to copy the text to your clipboard.
  6. If succesful, you will hear an audiable beep advising the action was captured.
  7. Your map markers will disappear.
ZOOM TO A SPECIFIC LEVEL

For those times when the current zoom is just not right, use this command to zoom in or out accordingly

  1. Press ENTER to bring up the H1Z1 command line
  2. Type zoom=<zoom level>, replace <zoom level> with a number between 2 and 9 but dont press ENTER
  3. Press the TAB key to enable your mouse.
  4. Highlight all the text you just typed, use the mouse or if you prefer SHIFT + HOME
    command 2 loc
  5. Press CTRL and C together to copy the text to your clipboard.
  6. If succesful, you will hear an audiable beep advising the action was captured.
  7. Your map will zoom to the desired zoom level
SHOWING THE BATTLE ROYALE GRID

If your starting a game of Battle Royale and decide you need the grid showing, dont tab out just use this command.

  1. Press ENTER to bring up the H1Z1 command line
  2. Type showbrgrid, dont press ENTER
  3. Press the TAB key to enable your mouse.
  4. Highlight all the text you just typed, use the mouse or if you prefer SHIFT + HOME
    command 2 loc
  5. Press CTRL and C together to copy the text to your clipboard.
  6. If succesful, you will hear an audiable beep advising the action was captured.
  7. The BR grid should now be visible on your map
HIDING THE BATTLE ROYALE GRID

If decide you no longer require the BR grid, use this command.

  1. Press ENTER to bring up the H1Z1 command line
  2. Type hidebrgrid, dont press ENTER
  3. Press the TAB key to enable your mouse.
  4. Highlight all the text you just typed, use the mouse or if you prefer SHIFT + HOME
    command 2 loc
  5. Press CTRL and C together to copy the text to your clipboard.
  6. If succesful, you will hear an audiable beep advising the action was captured.
  7. The BR grid should now have been removed from your map
SWITCHING ON INDIVIDUAL POI

The show command has a couple of uses the first is to "turn on" individual POI's that have been previously switched off.

  1. Press ENTER to bring up the H1Z1 command line
  2. Type show=<poi name>, replace <poi name> with one of the defined poi's on the map, dont press ENTER
  3. Press the TAB key to enable your mouse.
  4. Highlight all the text you just typed, use the mouse or if you prefer SHIFT + HOME
    show command 1
  5. Press CTRL and C together to copy the text to your clipboard.
  6. If succesful, you will hear an audiable beep advising the action was captured.
  7. The POI's will now be visible
SHOWING A BR GRID REFERENCE

The second use of the show command is to move your map to a certain grid reference in BR.

  1. Press ENTER to bring up the H1Z1 command line
  2. Type show=<grid ref>, replace <grid ref> with the BR grid you wish to view. Don't press ENTER
  3. Press the TAB key to enable your mouse.
  4. Highlight all the text you just typed, use the mouse or if you prefer SHIFT + HOME
    show command 2
  5. Press CTRL and C together to copy the text to your clipboard.
  6. If succesful, you will hear an audiable beep advising the action was captured.
  7. Your map should now have panned over to the grid reference you requested.

SHARE US WITH YOUR FRIENDS

The last feature I would like to bring to your attention is the one that allows you to conviniently share our link with your friends. If you have some spare time and appreciate our work please consider sharing our link, the more people that use our service the better it becomes for everybody.

show command 2

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