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06 Aug 2009 03:12 #61 by ridley2
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I know this is a bit of an odd question to ask, but how do i make it so my constructor recognizes the textures? I didn't quite understand what pablo said. What do i change? Please give me an example...

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06 Aug 2009 06:07 #62 by Perishingflames
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Open notepad, find what prefix the textures use (if any), then find/replace to make the prefix the album name of the textures in your constructor. If there are no prefixes and constructor does not recognize the textures, you will need to find/replace to add one (for example, find and replace grid with MBP/grid).

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07 Aug 2009 18:42 #63 by MarbleDuck
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Aug 3, 2009, 9:26am, perishingflames wrote:Unfortunately not. Since it doesn't, I'll just post a very brief text tutorial in case you are curious.

- Use pie slices to make a small pipe
- If you want 32 pieces outcome, you would need a slice angle of 5.625 on each side (formula -> 360 / pieces # / 2 = slice angle) so use the slice tool to slice the sides at that angle
- Make a radial clone of it, only adjust one of the center values and the rotation amount (double the slice angle). Adjust the center value until it fits almost precisely. No need for more than 3 or 4 decimal values.


Method 2: create a cube, and radial clone it around so it looks like a ring, then use S2Z to smooth it out on the outside. Then radial clone it on the z axis to make a torus with an ugly outside, then use S2Z again to smooth it out.

S2Z = Scale To Zero. Plugin made by CF/SM

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07 Aug 2009 19:31 #64 by Perishingflames
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Method 3: Suicide.

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07 Aug 2009 22:44 #65 by ridley2
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Thaank you pf.

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12 Aug 2009 23:33 #66 by HiGuy
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Where do you get S2Z?

PQ in a nutshell
function clientcmd12dothepq() {
    commandToClient(LocalClientConnection, '34onthedancefloor');
}

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12 Aug 2009 23:38 #67 by CyberFox

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23 Aug 2009 21:55 #68 by Ian
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I request an interior! It's a bit complicated, but that's why I can't do it by myself.
Basically, I need a somewhat long, winding path with LOTS of curves. It's essential that the path is twisty and has a lot of banked curves. Make sure the grid texture used is mbu_grid_blue1. The path should begin and end with a square platform, about 6x6 grid cubes. Trim would be great but it's not required. Finally, I want lots of those poles for scenery. LOTS of them.
This sounds like a lot to ask for, but I need it for part of my Level Competition Six entry. Thanks a bunch.

EDIT: Don't worry about the scenery, I'll do that myself.

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23 Aug 2009 23:09 #69 by Oaky
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That definitely is a lot to ask for, good luck

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24 Aug 2009 00:53 #70 by Ian
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Yeah I know,but I need it and I lack the curve-making skills.

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24 Aug 2009 01:45 #71 by Perishingflames
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Sounds like you want someone to make an entire level for you to use as your LC entry.

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24 Aug 2009 01:47 #72 by Ian
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Aug 23, 2009, 6:45pm, perishingflames wrote:Sounds like you want someone to make an entire level for you to use as your LC entry.

No, this is only gonna be a tiny section of it. The section only needs to be like, 10-15 seconds.

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24 Aug 2009 01:57 #73 by IsraeliRD
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Tiny section?
10-15 seconds?


Quote:...somewhat long... winding path... LOTS of curves... path is twisty ...lot of banked curves.

The test map cyberfox did is like 10-15 seconds alone. Plus, what you ask can take a few hours if not days to do, I doubt anyone will even look at it. It really sounds huge and complicated, you're best to do it yourself
As PF said, you're asking for a level.

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29 Aug 2009 03:50 #74 by Ian
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Matan, could you please re-upload those scenery poles from the first page? All three links are dead.

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08 Sep 2009 05:50 #75 by IsraeliRD
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"matan, now i get what you meant a few years back when you said that "the level in mbg is beyond me" after the last rampage i noticed things were insane, and now i truly feel that too" - Dushine, 2015.

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14 Sep 2009 02:47 #76 by FruBlox
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Name of Creator: FruBlox
MAP name: MBG_bridge_curve
Difficulty level to make the MAP: Intermediate(beginner/intermediate/advanced)
Available for others to use in their levels? (Y/N) Yes
Guide on how to make the MAP (optional): www.marbleblast.com/index.cgi?boa....lay&thread=7329
MAP can be downloaded at: www.mediafire.com/file/dicthzzytyd/MBG_bridge_curve.map
MAP Screenshot:

Just for others to figure out curves.
And a MBP one too!

Name of Creator: FruBlox
MAP name: MBP_bridge_curve
Difficulty level to make the MAP: intermediate (beginner/intermediate/advanced)
Available for others to use in their levels? (Y/N) Yes
Guide on how to make the MAP (optional): www.marbleblast.com/index.cgi?boa....lay&thread=7329
MAP can be downloaded at: www.mediafire.com/file/nngt2zzjkjz/MBP_bridge_curve.map
MAP Screenshot:


Enjoy!

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18 Sep 2009 00:15 #77 by SonicW1
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Name of Creator: Sonic Warrior1
MAP name: SonicW1Scenery.map
Difficulty level to make the MAP: Intermediate-Advanced
Available for others to use in their levels? Yes
Guide on how to make the MAP (optional): Ask me on MSN.
MAP can be downloaded at: www.mediafire.com/?aohmdbzk2ju
MAP Screenshot:

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08 Oct 2009 12:32 #78 by Oaky
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Name of Creator: Oaky
MAP name: Iapyx.map
Difficulty level to make the MAP: Fucking extreme-expert
Available for others to use in their levels? Yes
Guide on how to make the MAP (optional): Umm... you can try. But you will fail.
MAP can be downloaded at: www.filefront.com/14679887/Iapyx.map
MAP Screenshot: Check meh level thread.

Yep, it's Iapyx's map. The entire thing. Just awesomeness.

Mix and match whatever bits ya want.

ENJOY!

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09 Oct 2009 11:19 #79 by Oaky
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Bump.

Slopes, curves, arches, MPs and staples scuh as steps, trim, platforms and buildings all await you.
Oh, as well as a clever advertising ploy.

Woo!

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09 Oct 2009 13:15 #80 by SonicW1
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Wow! Very good! I had to use QuArK to view it though but still...pure awesome.

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11 Oct 2009 02:16 #81 by Seizure22
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Name of Creator: Seizure22
MAP name: Fullspeed
Difficulty level to make the MAP: intermediate-advanced
Available for others to use in their levels? Yep
Guide on how to make the MAP (optional):

How to make funnels: create a pieslice tube, box select vertices on one end, use scale tool to scale them up. Select the outer verts after doing so and scale them down to make it thinner.

MAP can be downloaded at: mediafire.com/download.php?fr2nkimnman
MAP Screenshot:

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11 Oct 2009 02:23 #82 by Oaky
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Lol now everyone comes along and posts full levels

DOWNLOAD IAPYX'S MAP TWO POSTS UP!

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11 Oct 2009 04:58 #83 by Oaky
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Talk about a vigorous promotion campaign there, buddy.

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11 Oct 2009 04:59 #84 by Pablo
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Oaky, stop it. I think almost the whole world knows where to download Iapyx now.

(but if you don't, it's www.filefront.com/14679887/Iapyx.map )

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11 Oct 2009 05:05 #85 by Oaky
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I forgot to advertise in my sig! Dammit!

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11 Oct 2009 05:16 #86 by Andrew
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Oct 10, 2009, 10:05pm, oakster wrote:I forgot to advertise in my sig! Dammit!

What do you mean? That link in your signature already points to it. *cough*yeahright*cough*

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15 Oct 2009 05:00 #87 by Perishingflames
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Hehe, Method 3: Scuicide.

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17 Oct 2009 02:35 #88 by Stal
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Name of creator: mbgdemon
MAP name: mbutrimtemplate1.map
Difficulty to make map: Intermediate
Avalibility for others to use in their levels: Yes
Guide on how to make the MAP (optional): Its just too damn obvious
Download: localhostr.com/files/773acc/mbutrimtemplate1.map
Image:

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17 Oct 2009 03:26 #89 by snowbody
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I'm a bit iffy on trim, and I really need someone to reply about texture stretching in my level thread.

By the way, I need to download the MAP for Iapyx, where do you find this? *sarcasm*

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17 Oct 2009 07:16 #90 by Perishingflames
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Mbgdemon, I recommend stretching the outer texture on the corner pieces to stretch fit the face. And hate to break it to you but that's not exactly an intermediate technique

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