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Engineer
7th Dec 2005, 06:22 PM
Hi guys!

I'm new to the Unreal mapping scene, and I'd like to know if anyone here might have a copy of ElBundee's ActorAttacher script for mapping with UnrealED2 ?

ElBundee had a download link on this webpage:
http://wiki.beyondunreal.com/wiki/ActorAttacher
http://home.arcor.de/elbundee/downloads/ActorAttacher.zip
but the link's been dead for over a year now.

After searching the WWW, including Google and FTP searches, I can't find it anywhere. I was wondering if someone here might be able to send me a copy, if they happen to have it. I have 2 maps on hold, until I can use this special actor.


I'm also looking for 2 more custom Unreal scripts for UnrealED2:

HeroStatue by ElBundee
http://wiki.beyondunreal.com/wiki/HeroStatue
http://home.arcor.de/elbundee/downloads/DM-HeroStatue110.zip

SpecialMover
http://wiki.beyondunreal.com/wiki/SpecialMover
http://www.unrealcore.de/SpecialMover/SpecialMover_v05.zip


Please PM me if you can send any of them, so I can give you my email address. Thanks in advance for your help.

Engineer

RevBillyG
8th Dec 2005, 04:35 AM
Here's DM-Herostatue with the script built in. This is how the JB mappers inserted the script into their own maps.

Rob
8th Dec 2005, 09:13 AM
If downloading and installing UTJB doesn't give you pimples, you'll find ActorAttacher embedded in JB-Mafia's MyLevel.

Engineer
8th Dec 2005, 07:20 PM
Here's DM-Herostatue with the script built in. This is how the JB mappers inserted the script into their own maps.

Great! Thanks RevBillyG. :) Now if I could only find the others, especially the ActorAttacher script, I could get my latest creations completed. ;)

If downloading and installing UTJB doesn't give you pimples, you'll find ActorAttacher embedded in JB-Mafia's MyLevel.

Thanks Rob, I'll use this embedded UScript, as a last resort, but I would much prefer if someone could give me the latest versions of these UScripts in their original distributable packages (archives with readme, etc), so I can upload them somewhere and restore their download links on the Unreal Wiki. ;)

Engineer