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You can use HEK to mod halo and convert those maps and everything you make to play them on the xbox using Arsenic.
EDIT: This also only requires you to softmod your xbox which costs $20-$30 plus another $60 or so if you don't have an xbox.
Edited by il Duce Primo on Oct 18, 2017 at 08:07 AM
I wouldn't call it an essential mapping pack. Looks more like every tool made for ce. It also includes things irrelevant to mapping.
Post the contents
It's a good thing chimera does more than just interpolation.
Python does't have the most straight forward installation nor is it perfect in installing. I had difficulty installing it and had help from Moses who also had difficulty helping me. Turns out he didn't know how to fix my installation and then I had to google and eventually figured it out. This was after several hours of frustration and I can easily see why someone wouldn't go through that trouble just to use these tools.
You will need to seal up any holes where bsps transition or doorways where scenery covered up the holes. You'll need to recreate the sky material geometry. Also don't forget to put ! in materials that are render only such as light planes.
You should make a video tutorial.
Halonimator you are a fool. You have nothing on the Community Mapping team and we create the best content around.
The only people who steal credit is masterz
Most likely is due to poorly done shaders
Net neutrality day was created to defend against fcc from taking back more recent legislation regarding classification of the internet. Thing is the fcc isnt getting rid of net neutrality, but dont worry about that because the people who created it dont want you knowing this. instead they want you to believe that there wont be net neutrality. (fact is thats wrong)
I don't see how making Netflix cheaper is for the greater good. That's a luxury service and so are services provided by big tech companies who have the most to lose. Those tech companies have gotten away with subsidized costs at the detriment of many other businesses.
You already have a deal with an ISP and most likely you would not have to negotiate with each ISP, instead that would be on the ISPs to negotiate among themselves.
Edited by il Duce Primo on Jul 14, 2017 at 08:43 AM
I know that net neutrality does not support people who invest in the infrastructure that create the internet.
Quote: --- Original message by: sparkyhttps://netneutrality.internetassociation.org/action/
Do you use the Internet? Well, the Internet is in mortal peril
. If you are a US Citizen, contact the FCC and/or your local senator to help save it or else creativity and free speech will become history.
Why do i have to even pay my phone bill with this rational? Shouldn't that also be neutral?
Edited by il Duce Primo on Jul 13, 2017 at 07:41 AM
Quote: --- Original message by: sparky
The purpose of Inferno is to be a replacement for the HEK and to go beyond what the HEK does.
The purpose of releasing a version 0.1 is to demonstrate the interface for tags (this is the part of Inferno that replaces Guerilla) and get feedback before applying similar functionality to the rest of it.
Comment now, because once I go ahead and apply the functionality to the other 82 tag file types, I'm going to ignore suggestions to change the behavior of all 83 tag types. It won't be excessively time-consuming to modify thanks to the use of xaml styles, but I will have moved on in the development process.
Edited by sparky on Jul 7, 2017 at 09:09 PM
Whats the purpose of allowing the user to edit variables that seem to be useless? Engine version? how many of those are there?
I've been working on a new competitive 2v2 map, Overflow. Originally the map completely replicated the look of damnation, but I redid most of the geometry to try and get away from looking identical to it by trying to go for a covie/swamp atmosphere.
Seems really cool that youre adding all this to one program. It seems that your making progress toward even being capable of turning pc maps into the xbox version. Currently Ive been using Arsenic to do this but what I don't like about it is it's over complicated and ambitious user interface. Currently Arsenic has alot of features that are not needed due to those features are already capable of being done in other programs. Would you be able to create a stripped down version of a pc to xbox converter with nothing else?
So this does what Arsenic does?