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Sang 05-25-2006 10:11 AM

Stairs!
 
I while ago I checked some FAQ for UnrealEd (the UT2k4 version, I think it's UnrealED 3.0 (?)), but I ditched the whole "I'm gonna use UED" idea because.. I couldn't make stairs, because it wasn't properly explained in the FAQ. I could position it right and give it the correct properties and stuff, but it didn't appear in the 3D-o-vision (:p).

So now I'm just gonna ask it here - How to get those stairs to show up? :)

jimbob 05-25-2006 10:56 AM

Re: Stairs!
 
rebuild the geometry with the rebuild buttons on top in the editor. that should make any new geometry show up

widowmaker 05-26-2006 09:49 AM

Re: Stairs!
 
Silly question but can you build a box and get it to show up?
What some people who are familiar with 3D packages miss is that UED is a giant chunk of lead that you must first carve stuff out of. so adding stairs as an "addative" brush won't do much until you cut a hole in the world to put the stairs into.

Sang 05-26-2006 10:17 AM

Re: Stairs!
 
Yeah I can build a box, give it textures and align stuff - no problem :)

Sang 06-02-2006 03:37 PM

Re: Stairs!
 
So now that I'm learning UED again I'm still having trouble with the stairs. Namely, I can't get the textures on. The builder brush (or whatever it's called) is yellow instead of red.. So urh, how do I get a texture on there?

nexx 06-07-2006 09:36 PM

Re: Stairs!
 
So you opened the stair tool/options, moved the builder brush to where you wanted, and ADDED it? It sounds like you've SUBTRACTED it?

jimbob 06-09-2006 10:46 AM

Re: Stairs!
 
could be, yellow lines are for substracted geomitrie and blue for added, stairs should generally be blue.

i prefer to make stairs from static meshes though, more flexibility in a way, that, and i never could use the stair builder brush propperly :D


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