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02-02-2019 at 01:10 AM
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Moving recent scores to new tracks - Doable? Not doable?

Hi everyone, first time caller long time listener! Just a question on recent score submissions. Is it possible to get a score moved to a more appropriate track? One of my scores has been archived and I was wondering if it is possible to move it or if it's easier to submit a new score?

Thanking you,

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  1. Barthax's Avatar

    Not sure what you mean by archives but generally the scenario you speak has two methods which summarise into three outcomes:

    - If the score is rejected ("archived"), then submit the same evidence to the new/correct track.

    - If the score is accepted ("archived"), then dispute the score yourself and highlight how it fails to meet the existing track and request it be moved.

    - If the score is accepted ("archived") and it fits both tracks, submit it again to the new track.


    As your a Double Dragon player, I suspect the third option. :)

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  2. Pixe Sukola's Avatar

    Its not likely that Twin Galaxies wll move scores, my recomendation for you would be:

    Use the new track you created to submit a score with no leeching, and lets use the current track as "anything goes".

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  3. Snowflake's Avatar

    Plenty of scores qualify for multiple tracks yet still have to be submitted twice. People need to verify both rules were followed for both tracks hence the need for two seperate submissions


    Granted it would be a nice enhancement when every score on a more strict by the very nature of the rules would clearly qualify for the lenient track as well then that would be a nice feature to automate but no it doesn’t happen at least not yet

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  4. Ragequit's Avatar

    Yes resubmit your 166 K score. And i'm pretty sure all the old scores on the original track would also qualify for your new track but whatever lol

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