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Author Topic: Texture question
andylegate
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Since: Apr 1, 2006
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Category: CoD2 MP Mapping
Posted: Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007 06:51 am
Blah! It's been quite awhile since I've done any mapping, but now I'm getting back into it. Lucky me, I had to re-read a lot of the tutorials to remember how to do a lot of things! (getting old sucks! [cry]).
However there was something I was able to do with textures and I can't remember how to do it again. I looked on here at can't find it anywhere. Here's the question:
Lets say you have two brushes next to each other (or you did some clipping, etc) and they are part of a wall. You select the surface of one and then paint it with the texture you wanted. Now you want the same texture on the surface of the next brush, and of course you want it to match and fit the other brush. I had a way that I simply "clicked" and it was done. Don't say "Use Cntr F", because the second brush is a different size and it won't match when I do that. I know I can use the Suface Inspector to manipulate the texture, but that is tedious as hell. I distictly remember just being able to point and click to match it to the other brush, knocking out texturing the walls in a matter of seconds.
How do I do this again?
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OLD_MAN_WITH_GUN
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Since: May 13, 2006
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Category: CoD2 MP Mapping
Posted: Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007 08:54 am
Select the surface/surfaces you want to add the texture and with the middle mouse button click on the surface with the texture you want to add.
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andylegate
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Posted: Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007 10:42 am
YES! THAT'S IT! I don't have a 3 button mouse, but the scroll wheel does click to act as one, and it worked perfect! Thanks Guy!
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Scharfschuetze
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Category: CoD2 MP Mapping
Posted: Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007 11:46 am
" but the scroll wheel does click to act as one, and it worked perfect!"

So, then, you DO have a three button mouse?
[biggrin]

My three button mouse has a scroll wheel / middle button combination also, it is still a three button mouse. ?

Isn't it?

Now I AM confused.

[confused]

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StrYdeR
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Posted: Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007 06:47 pm
yes - the wheel is the 3rd button

[angryalien]
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