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FPSC Classic Models and Media / making prefabs in cartography shop

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westray
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Posted: 18th Feb 2005 05:31
Can cartography shop be used to make prefabs or segments for FPS?
LeeBamber
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Posted: 18th Feb 2005 05:56
Short answer, no. Long answer, er, no. Basically, no. Do not get confused over FPSC terminology and terms used by other tools. Our use of the word PREFAB and SEGMENT are exclusively for explaining the assets selectable from our LIBRARY. You will hear the term prefab in many different camps these days, and they are in no way compatible to the prefabs FPSC uses. There may be a way to get assets from CSHOP to FPSC, though this will likely happen through third party enthusiasm, and only after a while, FPSC is still very new and people are still finding their feet.

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JoshK
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Posted: 19th Feb 2005 04:44
You should be able to export .x files from CShop and load them in FPSC, right?

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Deadwords
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Posted: 19th Feb 2005 23:49
How do we export .x files into FPSC?
Or we cannot?

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Posted: 23rd Feb 2005 12:57
Couldn't you add an entity and have it actually be a room...it automatically detects collision. Wouldn't that be a workaround?

JoshK
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Posted: 25th Feb 2005 12:34
Go to "File>Export" and save an .x file.

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