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  1. Hello, TheMeq here. Just here to release a new version of my BattlEye Filter Manager Tool called BEM. BEM is a useful tool that you just drop into your battleye folder on your server. The server will read your filter files and make editing, adding and deleting keys and filters much more easier to do. The tool will also automatically format filters that appear in your log files correctly so you don't have to mess with adding \n or \". You can download the latest version of the tool from my newly created website for it: http://bem.themeq.xyz Direct Link: http://bem.themeq.xyz/dl.php?file=BEM_1110.zip (Note: You may get a discard message on some browsers as this is a new "suspicious" program: Check here for VirusTotal Results: VirusTotal Results if your not sure.) Changelog is on the website and I have included a screenshot to this post so you can see the layout. Usage: Drop the EXE file into your battleye folder, and run it. Your keyword files will be detected automatically. Simply use the dropdown to select a file, click load file. Keywords will appear on the left hand side, you can add, delete or edit these, if one of the keywords is selected, the filters will appear on the right side, and they can also be added, edited and deleted! Once you are happy with your changes, click on Save File. You previous file will be backed up, just in case! Criticism is muchly appreciated, or if you find a bug, let me know so I can improve this program! Many thanks and much loves, TheMeq.
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