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raptornx01 24 Ago, 2013 às 8:48
A way to make body parts invisible
Say you have a model made up of multiple smds. and you can see them when you right-click and look under bodygroups. is it possible to hide just one smd, or would the model have to be recompiled?

possibly with override materials?

EDIT: I found it. right-click, add override material. then right-click and open model in element viewer. go down to materials. expand it. find the part you want to hide* right-click and go to add attribute. select float. then type in $alpha

*if the part you want isn't listed just right-click materials and go to add element. then name it whatever name the piece is (has to be the exact name. and the location of the vtf file in the materials folder for that part.
Última alteração por raptornx01; 24 Ago, 2013 às 10:55
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EmperorFaiz.exe 25 Ago, 2013 às 2:45 
thank you for the tips, amigo
Última alteração por EmperorFaiz.exe; 25 Ago, 2013 às 2:45
Puzzler 25 Ago, 2013 às 11:58 
Thanks! You are awesome!
raptornx01 3 Set, 2013 às 19:04 
Ok I did a video showing how this is done.
Cpt. Weezer 4 Set, 2013 às 17:37 
what is that abomination flying on my screen as i watch this video, but nice animation :|

Originalmente postado por raptornx01:
Ok I did a video showing how this is done.
Sarsour 6 Set, 2013 às 1:29 
I duno if this would help but in the console you can type in ' toolload vmt '
brings up some material settings... also toolunload vmt when you wanna close it (or else it stays open in the background)
Última alteração por Sarsour; 6 Set, 2013 às 4:27
raptornx01 6 Set, 2013 às 2:48 
That.... did nothing. it says the material editor is loaded, but i see no extra options anywhere, and no window popped up. unless i'm missing something.

EDIT: ok, it's in the game engine window. select a vmt. annnnndd it crashed the program :/

EDIT 2: it seems like it COULD be useful, but it actually does edit the vmts. which is fine if the change you want to do you want to be permanent. but the preview windows and thing are pretty much useless. and you can't actually see what you are doing to the model.

and it still only works if the texture actually HAS a vmt.

Plus it's buggy as hell. I did like I do with the particle editor and went to tools and selected sfm, then the texture that I had been looking at the vmt for unloaded itself to be replaced with the purple and black checker we are so familiar with. and on top of that, for an odd change of pace, the program couldn't be shut down. it would give me the pop up asking if i wanted to save. I'd click don't save, and..... nothing. and nothing I did could close it. I actually had to ctrl alt delete it to get it to close.

That being said, good find. I'll keep this i mind just in case. But I think the override materials would be more useful.
Última alteração por raptornx01; 6 Set, 2013 às 3:16
Sarsour 6 Set, 2013 às 4:25 
to unload it/ close it , press f11 to go back to the ingame mode and bring up the console and type in toolunload vmt ....but yes it is very buggy, would be a nice feature if they could fix it for atleast the release version of sfm.
Originalmente postado por raptornx01:
Ok I did a video showing how this is done.
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