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CheckMate Queue Page

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posted this on October 17, 2011 09:14

The CheckMate Queue Page shows you the status of your 3D models submitted for CheckMate Certification. Use this page to get quick access to your pending submissions, reorder your submissions, and see recent progress in your certification status.

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CheckMate Inspections

This section shows all the 3D models currently in your Inspection Queue. These are models currently going through the inspection process.

Name - The Product Name for the model

Status - There are two possible statuses: Inspection and Needs Fixes. A status of Inspection means the model is either being looked at by an inspector, or is waiting to be looked at. A status of Needs Fixes means the model has been inspected, and failed. You can click Needs Fixes to see the list of changes you need to make to the model in order to pass inspection.

x - Click the x to cancel your certification submission.

Level - Indicates whether the model has been submitted for Pro or Lite certification.

Last updated - Tells you the date on which the Status was last updated.

The total number of models you are allowed to have in your Inspection Queue is determined by your SquidLevel.

If your Inspection Queue is full (has the maximum number of models allowed by your SquidLevel), an empty slot will open up in the Inspection Queue when either (a) a model passes certification, or (b) you cancel a submission in the Inspection Queue. 

You can use this section to cancel a CheckMate submission altogether. This is the same as cancelling the submission in the Publisher by clicking Cancel under Step 1.

CheckMate Inspections [Educational Mode]

If you have recently submitted your first 3D model for CheckMate Certification, you are still in Educational Mode. In this mode, you can have only one model in the Inspection Queue. After your first model passes CheckMate, you can have the maximum number of models allowed by your SquidLevel in the Inspection Queue.

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CheckMate Queue

This section lists 3D models that are not being inspected at the moment, and are awaiting an empty slot in your Inspection Queue. 

As slots become free in the Inspection Queue, 3D models from this section are moved into your Inspection Queue in the order listed. You can change the order of the models using the up and down arrows that appear when you mouseover a model listing. You can also cancel a CheckMate submission with the trash can icon.

CheckMate Summary

This section lists recent activity with regard to CheckMate inspections. A model marked as Certified has been moved out of the Inspection Queue. Cancelled submissions appear as Failed models in this section.

CheckMate Leaderboard

After at least one of your models has passed CheckMate Certification, a CheckMate Leaderboard appears on this page. This section shows your overall ranking with regard to CheckMate certified models as compared to other artists' certified models. 

The ranking gives you a score based on the following calculation:

  • CheckMate Lite models: 1 point
  • CheckMate Pro models: 10 points

Your total score is displayed on the leaderboard, along with up to 2 artists ahead of you and behind you in ranking.

If you do not want your name to show up in other artists' leaderboards, please open a support ticket and we will remove you from this feature. Removal from this feature also means you will not see a leaderboard on your CheckMate Queue page.

CheckMate News

This section reports recent news with regard to CheckMate Certification.

 
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