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Editor42 problem (m)
Fritz-KempfDate: Sunday, 2012-10-21, 1:05 AM | Message # 1
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Again, Editor42 doesn't work. I do all what the movie say, but it doesn't work. I have made maps for BF1918 but with other computer and not this one

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What's the exact problem? Perhaps I may help you then


I can't see the objects in editor. I will try this againt this week.
 
Mr_JDate: Sunday, 2012-10-21, 2:43 PM | Message # 2
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You haven't got the Standardmesh.rfa and possibly objects.rfa and textures.rfa unpacked correctly.
 
Fritz-KempfDate: Monday, 2012-10-22, 5:18 PM | Message # 3
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I try it today 5 times and did what the movie say. But it doesn't work! But i don't care, i will just don't map. Shame, i have a lot of other idea's like Resistance fights in Paris, Finnish maps, Hungarian... Battlecraft 42 was much bether for me!
 
mayerDate: Monday, 2012-10-22, 5:28 PM | Message # 4
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well I could see fhsw objects last time i used editor but that was 0.42.
Just unpack the .rfas from bf42 then fh and then fhsw (overwrite everything) and put in right directory.
btw. i quit because my groundtexturing sucked^^
 
Mr_JDate: Monday, 2012-10-22, 9:58 PM | Message # 5
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I can't see the objects in editor.

open Ed42's init.con and check if editor.forceDefaultMesh is set to 0

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But i don't care, i will just don't map.

alright, thanks for saying that in advance, so I haven't wasted my time trying to help solving your problem...
 
Fritz-KempfDate: Monday, 2012-10-22, 10:44 PM | Message # 6
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I want to map, but not with this. Im tired to figure out why it doesn't work. It is also not that problem.
 
Mr_JDate: Tuesday, 2012-10-23, 6:51 PM | Message # 7
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Fritz-Kempf, please post a screenshot of your ED42 main folder and the program itself with some map loaded
 
Santa-AnnaDate: Saturday, 2012-11-10, 2:34 PM | Message # 8
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MrJ, why I cannot see textures in object mode? What is wrong?

Ladno textures, but I cannot see grid in object mode.


Message edited by Santa-Anna - Saturday, 2012-11-10, 2:35 PM
 
Santa-AnnaDate: Saturday, 2012-11-10, 2:52 PM | Message # 9
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I am stupid, sorry, There is no problem =)
 
slobodanDate: Friday, 2013-01-04, 12:48 PM | Message # 10
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I have strange problem with Editor 42 v0.41. Program is correctly installed but I don't see the mouse cursor (watch the photo). I have tried the older 0.31 version and problem is the same.



 
Mr_JDate: Friday, 2013-01-04, 5:04 PM | Message # 11
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I would say it's as usually Windows 7's fault. Try to google using keywords like Windows 7 OpenGL missing cursor or something like these.
 
slobodanDate: Friday, 2013-01-04, 5:38 PM | Message # 12
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I have win XP. I think it may be intel HD3000 fault - crap angry



Message edited by slobodan - Friday, 2013-01-04, 5:39 PM
 
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