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Rommel34

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#1 12 years ago

Okay Ive made new winter skins for the german normandy models and I'd like to know how to add these these nomandy models (nomandy thin and german fat camo)with the new skins into the winter (soviet)levels(without replacing the old skins). My reason for doing this I did this because the "fat" german solider with the camo looks he is wearing a sniper poncho that was used in the ost front and to futher game play experience




Tally

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#2 12 years ago

for SP? You would need to write character loadouts via the xmodel aliases gsc files. Then, you would then need to include those characters in the SP gsc files: precache them, introduce them as actors, etc etc.

Very ambitious if you cant script.




Rommel34

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#3 12 years ago

well then if its difficult(i have no idea how to script) is anyone interrested in scripting this small modafication for me? any help is greatly appreciated




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#4 12 years ago

If you send me the files, I could try and get it done for you. I'll also post up what I have done so others may see what I have done. If you wish to keep the files, do so, but I cannot help you.

Hawk.




Rommel34

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#5 12 years ago

thanks man Ill try to send you da files Im not too sure which ones

note:I really hate people who half tell you what you need to do instead of helping u out ect.ect




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#6 12 years ago

Yea, just upload them somewhere or send me a PM and I can send you my MSN.

What I beleive you need to do is copy the models you want to use, rename them, say, germancamo_winter and germancamo_fat_winter, and then you will need to change the name of the winter skins, I suggest you keep the names simple and the same name as the models. Then you will have to go into the model files, I suggest opening them up in notepad, but any binary word editor will do, and change the skin names to the new skin names.

If I haven't confused you yet, keep reading, lol.

Now, go into some of the winter character GSC files (I hope they are the same for COD2 as they are for UO and COD, if not, I'll have to have a look), normally found in the "character" directory of the pk3's, hopefully the same for the COD2 iwd's. Find a couple of German Winter Sniper Actor gsc's, and change the model name of the actorbody to the new model you have made.

Hopefully I didn't confuse you too much. And also, hopefully if it does work you can find your new models in the single player campaign.

If I am wrong, someone please tell me and correct me.

Any problems, PM me, thanks.

Hawkeye.




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#7 12 years ago
note:I really hate people who half tell you what you need to do instead of helping u out ect.ect

You mean me? cheers dude! I appreciate the compliment.

As it is, I dont script for people, I tell them where to look. I told you what to look at. If you dont have the technical competence to take the advice further, you have 2 options: give it up as beyond you (know your limitations); or learn how to do it yourself by sitting down and spending hours and hours pouring over scripts (as I did).

Some people confuse "help" with "having it done for them"




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#8 12 years ago
tallyYou mean me? cheers dude! I appreciate the compliment. As it is, I dont script for people, I tell them where to look. I told you what to look at. If you dont have the technical competence to take the advice further, you have 2 options: give it up as beyond you (know your limitations); or learn how to do it yourself by sitting down and spending hours and hours pouring over scripts (as I did). Some people confuse "help" with "having it done for them"

im sorry tally was just kind of frustrated