Quote: --- Original message by: BioGoji1989
I copy and paste the new weapon tags into the weapons folder
Open a map in HEK+ or Refinery. See how everything is organized by folder, or a hierarchy? See how it goes weapons/assault rifle/assault rifle?
See how that matches your tags folder exactly?
Every tag contains references to another tag. The data used to "reference" it is the filepath relative to the tags folder.
So, if your AR is in Halo Custom Edition\tags\weapons\assault rifle\assault rifle.weapon
The relative tagpath is weapons\assault rifle\assault rifle.weapon
Now, when you rip tags out of a map or download them, they are extracted in their relative path format. So extracting an assault rifle with refinery/HEK+, the assault rifle.weapon file is placed inside a folder called assault rifle. and that Assault Rifle folder is placed inside a folder called weapons. And that weapons folder is placed inside your tags folder.
So when you download tags or extract them, you CANNOT move them. If you do, the relative filepath is now pointing to a non-existent file and that's where your errors telling you to contact a bungie programmer come from.
So, when you download tags rip all the folders directly to the TAGS folder. And when you rip them using HEK+ or Refinery, ALWAYS select recursive
and always extract to the tags folder. NEVER