ModelViewer and/und TpF2

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    Hi,
    What's a good way to use the UG's ModelViewer with TpF2?
    It depends on many libraries of TpF 1. So it works in the main game's folder of TpF1. But I cannot find a function to load data in TpF2 (or any) directory.
    So I renamed res and mod in TpF1 and created symbolic links res and mod pointing to TpF2's folders. So I need to switch those every time I want to run TpF1 and vice versa.
    Thanks


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  • Danke :-) hätte auch irgendwo dabei stehen können.
    bei Linux auch enthalten und funktionsfähig.

    > ./ModelEditor.sh

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  • hm... soweit funktionierts...

    aber wie kann ich Models von den Mods öffnen/importieren?

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  • Da es sich bei dem Model-Viewer auch um ein Editor handelt, hat UG es wohl für eine "schlaue" Sache gehalten, das man Mods oder Basisdaten vorher in einen Ordner namens "staging_area" kopiert.
    Dieser findet sich hier: \Steam\userdata\UserID\1066780\local\staging_area\


    Interessanter Weise, kann man dort kopierte Mods dann auch im Spiel auswählen. Sind aber mit einem extra Symbol gekennzeichnet.

    Ich bin nur dafür verantwortlich was ich schreibe, nicht was andere verstehen "wollen"!


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  • Danke, habs in die staging area verschoben, jetzt konnte ichs öffnnen :)

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