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FPS Creator X10 / Final Game FPS X10 Custom Settings Fail

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Jem F
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Posted: 13th Jul 2010 22:51
i Have built a full FPS X10 game.

All my custom posters have vanished from the final version! how do I stop this?

Also if you press "tab" key in test level you can edit light and settings. How can you retain these settings for the final game? They all reset apart from water level, and most of it isn't in the "global script" editor.

Also what happened to previewing menus and sky boxes and stuff before you build the game?

All that used to be in the build game executable window in FPS X9 so why did it get taken out?

So many questions, but can someone solve my problems?

Thankyou!

08freieslebenj
budokaiman
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Posted: 14th Jul 2010 01:54
You can just make a script to change the bloom and other ambient effects, and put it in a trigger zone at the start of the level.

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Jem F
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Posted: 14th Jul 2010 09:19
I don't know much about script editing, is there a demo script showing me ho it is done? Thanks

The Custom Posters still won't work. FPS Creator doesn't specify a path where they need to be

08freieslebenj
Bigsnake
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Posted: 14th Jul 2010 22:05
Quote: "Also what happened to previewing menus and sky boxes and stuff before you build the game?"


You can view all that ingame......

You can change the skybox in realtime in the game

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Jem F
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Posted: 15th Jul 2010 08:56
i know you can preview menu settings in-game, but you used to be able to before building it, which was much more useful, as some games take ages to build, and if the menu is wrong you have to do it all over again!

08freieslebenj

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