guyyst 15 nov 2012 à 10h10
SFM - Kringle Collection
Always when i use the Kringle Collection it is shiny as hell, and i don´t know how to make it darker.
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PalmliX 15 nov 2012 à 10h56 
The All-Father model will work if you comment out "$detailblendmode" in the xms_allclass_beard.vmt

The Kringle Collection Needs "$detailblendmode" commented out and you need to set $colortint_tmp [0 0 0] or else you will get some wicked glow on the collar. The vmt needs to be changed for blue as well. The Kringle Collection vmt is xms_snowcoat.vmt, and xms_snowcoat_blue.vmt
guyyst 15 nov 2012 à 11h15 
It worked after i set the "$colortint_tmp" to "[0 0 0]". But what did you mean with the $detailblendmode"? For me it says: "$detailblendmode" 6
Should i change the value there?
PalmliX 15 nov 2012 à 11h45 
Basically just delete that line, or 'comment it out' whatever that means. I know it means to do something to the line that renders it non-functional but still leaves it in the file.
Pte Jack 16 nov 2012 à 22h47 
Commenting out a line mean placing the ' character before the entry you want commented out. As the script is read and the processing program encounters the ' character it skips the line from that character to the next line feed, then continues reading from there.

example

Pretend this is a program line with some code in it and the processor is eating it up [LineFeed]
this is still the code ' <--- but I don't read anything on this side of the comment character [LF]
i start reading on the line after the word code above
' <-- but I don't read anything on this line because it has been commented out
' dag commented out so I don't read this line either
But I can continue here

end of example
PalmliX 16 nov 2012 à 23h23 
Thanks so much that's great to know!
guyyst 17 nov 2012 à 10h42 
Could you also just place a // in front of the line?
Pte Jack 17 nov 2012 à 13h43 
True T.QPAD, there are various ways of commenting out a line. It depends on what program is reading the script. Double slashes // , slash askerics /*, single quote ', are a few of the many options. The only way to be sure you are actually commenting out a line or adding to a scripting read problem is to read the documentation of the program reading the script and ensure you are using the correct character methods.
Pte Jack 25 nov 2012 à 17h31 
Follow up, these are the allowed commenting character in Valve files...

Comments can be lines starting with //, # or ;, or blocks contained between /* and */
cap 30 avr à 17h46 
Where is $Detailblendmode? All I have is $detailblendfactor
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