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mover textures being unaligned in game

Discussion in 'Level Editing - Basic' started by darth_weasel, Sep 7, 2003.

  1. darth_weasel

    darth_weasel I won

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    check in editor and in game shots

    :/ anything i can do to stop this, or am i going to have to abandon this door shape?
     

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  2. LoserMan

    LoserMan New Member

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    I'm not sure if you already did it this way:

    Add your door shapes as regular brushes off to the side somewhere, properly texture and align, then for each intersect each piece, and add your mover in the proper position.

    You cannot change the texturing of a mover brush, by making it with a normal brush and intersecting, the mover brush retains the texture properties of the original brush.

    You can then delete the extra brushes, or like most do, leave them in a subtracted cube not part of the map, so that you can always just intersect again to get more doors.
     
  3. Fordy

    Fordy Member

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    You will also find it a lot easier to align the textures if you merge the polys on the brush, you may also find it lights up a lot better in game too especiallt if its dynamically lit.
     

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