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raptornx01 14 de sep. 2013 a las 17:45
Can you replace a map's textures with the textures from the same map?
I have two version of one map. the only difference is the ground texture, the water texture and a few small structure textures are different. and one has tf 2 health and ammo pickups and doesn't have hdr.

I like the textures on the one that doesn't have hdr and has the pickups better. is there a way to replace the textures I want inside sfm without having to decompile and recompile both maps?
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Psi 15 de sep. 2013 a las 8:29 
what's the deal with that tool called "propper" i have read people talking about? it converts "map brushes".. i assume that means the textures... to models which then allows you to tweak them however you please. Maybe that could be what you need?

edit: nvm.. after some initial searching, it appears propper doesn't work any longer after steampipe or something.
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raptornx01 15 de sep. 2013 a las 21:07 
map brushes are models used on a map (i believe). like, say a chair, or desk, or stuff like that.
Psi 16 de sep. 2013 a las 6:55 
well in a really great recent example that i'm aware of.... the guy used Propper to alter the ground texture of a map to give it some Phong because he was doing a rain scene and the phong helped make the ground look wet.

raptornx01 16 de sep. 2013 a las 19:17 
so is it a script for sfm, or something for hammer?
Sarsour 17 de sep. 2013 a las 3:16 
I looked up this Propper, found this
seems really interesting from a quick read. Still not sure of its actually function.
Psi 17 de sep. 2013 a las 12:02 
so looks like it works from hammer, not SFM. Not what raptor is looking for.

But still could be useful for anyone looking to easily alter something within a map without having to recompile a new map i guess? It outputs a model of whatever you want then you just load the model in SFM and place it over the old section of where the model was created from.
Última edición por Psi; 17 de sep. 2013 a las 12:03
raptornx01 17 de sep. 2013 a las 12:09 
Thats what it looks like. would be handy for extracting models from maps. but according to that article it's stopped working.
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