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Using the Launcher
Using the Item Tracker
Using the Map Tracker
Using the Entrance Tracker
Using the Dungeon Tracker
Using the Overworld Tracker
Using the Autotracker

Using the Launcher

There are several ways to use the Launcher to set your game modes. If you have a mode that has a listed preset, you can click on the button and it will automatically select the modes that you need and jump you to the bottom to select the custom Display Settings. Alternatively, you can import the seed hash (Not the game hash) into the Import Flags area and click Import Flags and it will automatically load them from the metadata. Please note, Customizer generated seeds, like Invrosia or Casual Boots, will not import all of their settings properly.

If you want to manually adjust your flags, the Gameplay, Logic, Goal, and Difficulty Settings can be adjusted to whatever mode you want. If there are incompatibility issues with any of the modes, it will alert you when you start the tracker. Some modes have notes associated with them, which you can see by hovering over the [?] icons.

When you have your modes set, you can adjust any custom display settings at Display Settings at the bottom.

You can choose any of the provided custom Sprites by selecting it on the dropdown. There are three options for maps:
None: This will only give you the item tracker and not the map tracker
Normal: This will give you the normal map tracker displayed to the right of the item tracker
Compact: This will give you a smaller version of the map tracker below the item tracker
Use Spoiler log will allow you to upload a non-race version of the spoiler log, provided by the ALTTPR generator. This will give you an additional screen upon loading the tracker where you can upload your spoiler log and select items that you'd like to have ignored. Anything ignored will have their spots unchecked from the map tracker, and locations with what items are available will be noted when you hover over them.

Use Spheres will load the sphere tracker. To use it, click on an item on the tracker, and then click on any of the ? squares on the sphere tracker. You can use this to determine what items are obtained logically behind other items, or track when you get an item out of sequence.

Use Autotracking will enable the listener for autotracking, which defaults on port 8080. Once you have all of your options selected, you can click on Launch Tracker and it will pop up the tracker. Note, if you have popups blocked, it may require you to make an exception for it.