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Clipping in UEd2?

Discussion in 'Mapping' started by [Ci]Morgan, Jun 3, 2000.

  1. [Ci]Morgan

    [Ci]Morgan McBain-like

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    Has anyone figured out how to use clipping in UnrealEd 2? Can you clip (already) added brushes? or can it only be done on the 'red brush'. If so: How does one clip? :)
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  2. [Ci]Morgan

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    OK, never mind. I found it:
    press CTRL + ALT and use the RMB to draw a clipping line. Then clip with the tool of choice.
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  3. Forty-Two

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    What the heck is clipping for anyway.

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  4. [Ci]Morgan

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    With clipping, you can "shave" off parts of a brush, as well as splitting a brush in 2. This can be done with already added brushes. It's also usefull for breaking up the textures of a brush.
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